Best Western Plus Tulsa Inn & Suites
3212 S 79th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74145-1317
Phone: +1 918-858-2100 | Fax: 918-622-2710 | 61 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
Welcome to Best Western Plus® Tulsa Inn & Suites!
Located right off of I-44 and Highway 51, our Tulsa hotel gives guests great access to the Tulsa Expo and Philbrook Museum.
If you're here to visit Oral Roberts University, our Tulsa hotel is just a short drive away. Tulsa, OK hotels have the best hospitality around, and our staff members are dedicated to making your stay as comfortable as possible. From the warm welcome to the fast check-out, we're all about making your visit as enjoyable as it can be. The BOK Center and the Tulsa Convention Center are just eight miles away, and guests especially enjoy the fantastic location of our hotel. Our hotel is also located on historic Route 66, so those traveling down the road will have the perfect stop on Route 66. We welcome riders travelling Route 66 to stop and stay with us at our Tulsa, OK hotel!
Tulsa hotels with indoor pools like ours make for a relaxing stay. After a day of taking care of business or exploration, nothing beats a dip in the pool. Many guests at our Tulsa hotel are here for a sporting event, and we also welcome teams. Sports teams in town for baseball, wresting from November - January, or other school sports all consider us their home away from home.
Tulsa, Oklahoma is known for a variety of special events. Guests at our Tulsa hotel are here for the Chili Bowl in January, the April and November Wannenmacher Gun Show, or the Arabian Horse Show in October, these are all held at the Expo Square. Expo Square is just 3-4 miles from the hotel and hosts events all year long. From September to October, the Tulsa State Fair always draws a crowd, and we're happy to host visiting families. There's always something exciting happening nearby, and we're happy to host guests who are in town for an extended stay or just a weekend trip.
Many of our Tulsa hotel guests are business travelers, including employees of Baker Hughes, L3 Communications and Northrop Grumman. The Oklahoma Air National Guard is also in the neighborhood, and many service men and women and their families count on us to provide them with quality service and accommodations. When you're traveling for business, luxury bedding and spacious rooms are important.
Book a clean room at Best Western Plus® Tulsa Inn & Suites for your next trip!
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Exercise facilities
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Dry cleaning, same day cleaning available
- Complimentary full breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, yogurt, juice, coffee, hot eggs, hot breakfast meat, and other hot items.
- Indoor pool Heated off lobby
- Complimentary breakfast
- Exercise facility, Open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. treadmill, stationary bikes, and eliptical machines
- 24-hour front desk
- Guest laundry
- Ice/vending machines
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Free parking
- Business center
- Fax services
- Computer available
- Printer available
- Computer modem hookups
- Stair stepper eliptical
- Stationary bike 1 available
- Late check out
- Fax machine
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Photocopy machine
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
- Equipment rental
- Outdoor parking
- Cable or satellite television
- Physically challenged facilities we have 3 handicapped rooms available with 1 on the first floor that is equipped with a wheelchair accessible shower.
- Inter corridor
- Multilingual staff English, Spanish, Hindi
- Safe deposit box no charge
- Mail services
- Complimentary USA Today in lobby
- Multi internet access
Best Western Plus Tulsa Inn & Suites
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Conveniently located, the best western plus tulsa inn & suites in Tulsa, Oklahoma is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 36.116645 / Latitude: -95.889715
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: The west. Take Interstate 44 Eastbound to 31st Street and Memorial Exit(Exit 231). Turn right on 31st Court then right on S 79th E Avenue. Just ahead on the right is the Best Western Plus® Tulsa Inn & Suites.
From: The east. Take Interstate 44 Westbound to Memorial Exit(Exit 232). Turn left on Memorial and right on 31st Court past Pizza Hut. Turn left on S 79th E Avenue. Just ahead on the right is the Best Western Plus® Tulsa Inn & Suites.
Best Western Plus Tulsa Inn & Suites
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Found along Historic Route 66, the Blue Whale of Catoosa is an iconic roadside attraction located in Catoosa. Set just northwest of Tulsa in northern Oklahoma, the Blue Whale of Route 66 was constructed in 1972 by local zoologist Hugh S. Davis.
Visitors may enter the whale, and enjoy fishing and picnicking at the many picnic areas surrounding the Catoosa Whale. This free Historic Route 66 landmark also offers a gift shop and guided tours daily from 8 a.m. to dusk.
Seeing the Blue Whale of Catoosa is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
With a seating capacity for over 19,000 sports fans, the Bank of Oklahoma Center is a multi-purpose arena located in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. Known as the BOK Center and managed by SMG, the building is designed to host arena football, hockey, and basketball games as well as concerts and other events.
The BOK Center is the home of the WNBA Tulsa Shock, the AFL’s Tulsa Talons and the Central Hockey League’s Tulsa Oilers.
Designed by César Pelli, the arena’s striking architecture quickly made it a downtown Tulsa landmark, while food options from Tulsa-local restaurants such as Ike's Chili BBQ and Mazzio’s Italian Eatery help set the amenities apart from standard arena fare.
Cox Business Center
Formerly known as the Tulsa Convention Center, the facility also boasts over 100,000 square feet of exhibition space with 23 meeting rooms.
A member of the Professional Indoor Soccer League, the Tulsa Revolution call the Cox Business Center home, as do the Champions Professional Indoor Football League’s Oklahoma Defenders.
Managed by SMG, the arena is Tulsa’s go-to destination for traveling conventions and professional wrestling events.
Cyrus Avery's Route 66 Legacy
Adjacent to the Arkansas River, Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza is an iconic stop along Historic Route 66 in northern Oklahoma in Tulsa. The plaza commemorates Cyrus Stevens Avery – known as the "Father of Route 66."
Completed in 2008, Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza is located at the intersection of Southwest Boulevard and Riverside Drive.
Eight state flags – representing all states found along Route 66 – are showcased on the grounds, as well as the 20,000-pound bronze sculpture titled “East Meets West.”
Seeing the Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
Named in honor of oil man and art collector Thomas Gilgrease, Gilcrease Museum is located just northwest of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. In addition to a number of Central American artifacts and South American artifacts, the museum holds the largest collection of the art of the American West.
History buffs and literature fans relish in over 100,000 books, manuscripts, and maps – including a letter from Diego Columbus dating back to 1512. Special tours through Gilcrease Museum’s gardens are also available, drawing thousands of visitors each year.
Featuring two 18-hole Championship courses, the LaFortune Park Golf Course offers a par of three on 6,970 yards of golf. Located in Tulsa in northern Oklahoma, the LaFortune Park GC is open daily from April through September.
LaFortune Park Golf Course yields the Par 3 Course – offering a lighted golfing experience until 11 p.m. Established in 1960, this municipal Tulsa golf course also features the Golf Shop, and great views at the North Dining Room.
Playing the LaFortune Park Golf Course is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
Over 800 of those acres are ideal for hiking and biking, while Mohawk Park Golf Course boasts two 18-hole courses – the Woodbine course and the Pecan Valley course.
The Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum is built on the grounds of Mohawk Park and is home to over 430 animal species.
Park visitors will also find the Oxley Nature Center, providing interactive exhibits and educational programs.
Make travel plans to explore Oklahoma. Be sure you spend some time in and around Tulsa – it's loaded with pleasant and must-see attractions like the Golden Driller, and the campus of Oklahoma State University - Tulsa. You'll find the OSU-Tulsa campus just north of Interstate 244, along North Greenwood Avenue.
Once known as the University Center at Tulsa, this school was officially enveloped into the OSU system in 1999. OSU-Tulsa is an extension of the main OSU campus in Stillwater. Academically speaking, OSU-Tulsa is focused on upper division and graduated level courses.
When you travel through Tulsa, you'll be greeted with a wealth of premier attractions. From the local museums, fun outdoor recreation spots, and tremendous local dining, Tulsa rarely disappoints. Be sure to plan a visit to the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Services.
The OSU Center for Health Sciences was established in 1972, and is just one of the many factions and off-shoots of the OSU system of schools found across the state. OSU Center for Health Sciences has one main claim to fame – the school is widely known for its College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Plan for an edifying experience on your next visit to Oklahoma. Venture northeast into the Tulsa area and check out the campus of Oral Roberts University. As one of the top private schools in the state, Oral Roberts is also an interdenominational liberal arts university.
Established in 1965, Oral Roberts University is named for its founder – Oral Roberts. You can find the campus south of downtown Tulsa along Lewis Avenue and 81st Street. The Oral Roberts Golden Eagles compete in 16 varsity level sports within the Summit League, a D-1 conference.
Enjoy a round of golf at the Page Belcher Golf Course in Tulsa. As you explore the Tulsa area, you'll find plenty to see and do – travel with your clubs and play 18 holes at Page Belcher Golf Course. Keep your puts steady and mind those bunkers.
With a slope rating of 126, and a course rating of 72.3, the Page Belcher Golf Course accommodates most golfers of any skill level. Page Belcher Golf Course was designed by Donald Sechrest, and opened for public play in 2003.
More than just a museum, the Philbrook Museum of Art is a place to dine, shop, and celebrate a special occasion near the Arkansas River.
Visit this Tulsa museum to view the collection of fine art from Africa, Europe, Asia and America in the exhibitions and permanent collections. Browse the collection of books, gift items and art in the Museum Shop or enjoy a delicious meal in the la Villa Restaurant.
Stroll through the beautiful outdoor gardens, while listening to the audio tour and admire the wonderful plants, flowers and peaceful surroundings. The gardens' sculpture walk and pathways provide an escape from a busy Tulsa area day.
RVS serves as a reliever airport for Tulsa International Airport. Established in 1958, RVS covers 700 acres just south of downtown Tulsa. RVS has three runways, 500 aircraft, and one terminal.
Boasting a collection of over 10,000 pieces, the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The museum is part of the Fenster/Sanditen Cultural Center, which it shares with the National Council of Jewish Women Holocaust Education Center.
As the only Jewish museum in the Southwest, the Sherwin Miller Museum houses the most extensive collection of Judaica in the region.
The headquarters of the Jewish Historical Society of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Jewish Archives, the museum houses exhibits like the Herman & Kate Kaiser Holocaust Collection, which focus on survivors who settled in Oklahoma after World War II.
Standing at 76 feet, the Golden Driller is an iconic landmark of Tulsa in northern Oklahoma. Constructed in 1953, the golden oil worker weighs 43,500 pounds – making it the nation’s fourth tallest statue.
An Oklahoma State Monument, the Golden Driller is found at the entrance to the Tulsa Expo Square. The Golden Driller oversees Tulsa events like the Tulsa Flea Market, the Cowboys of Color Rodeo, and of course, the Tulsa State Fair.
Seeing the Golden Driller is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
Tulsa Air & Space Museum
Found at the Tulsa International Airport, the TASM exhibits military aircraft and Tulsa’s aviation history.
Displays include a F-14 Tomcat, Ranger 2000, and a Viper F-16. TASM also features the James E. Bertelsmeyer Planetarium – featuring astronomy shows on a 50-foot diameter dome.
Seeing the Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
A public, joint civil-military airpark, Tulsa International Airport (TUL) is located in Tulsa and serves communities in northern Oklahoma. Formerly the Tulsa Municipal Airport, TUL was established in 1929, and is currently American Airlines’ global maintenance headquarters.
Home to the Tulsa Air and Space Museum, TUL covers 4,360 acres – consisting of one terminal and three runways. TUL is served by major airlines like America, Delta, Southwest, and United.
Tulsa Performing Arts Center
The facility features four theaters – the Chapman Music Hall, John H. Williams Theatre, Liddy Doenges Theatre, and Charles E. Norman Theatre.
Permanent residents of the of the PAC include Tulsa Opera, Tulsa Ballet and Theatre Tulsa.
The Chapman Music Hall – the largest of the PAC’s four theatres – has hosted such household names as Michael Bublé, Kelly Clarkson, and Steve Martin.
Tulsa State Fair
A Sooner State must-do, the Tulsa State Fair is 10 days of family fun for visitors from across Oklahoma.
Held at the Tulsa Fairgrounds, the fair is a showcase for livestock shows – including horses, goats, sheep, poultry, and steer.
The fun continues with the competitive exhibits in antiques, fine arts, horticulture, hand arts and culinary creations. The free daily concerts performed by national headliners on three stages are a highlight for fair visitors.
Adults enjoy the International Beer Garden, Wine Garden Oasis, Budweiser Beer Garden and the OK State Picking & Fiddling Championships.
The whole family has fun watching the PRCA Rodeo, as well as riding the more than 50 rides.
Located in Mohawk Park, the zoo is heavily involved in conservation efforts, including FrogWatch USA and efforts championing ocean conservation.
Visitors will find a wide variety of animal habitats set among exhibits like the Robert J. LaFortune Wild Life Trek and the Tropical American Rain Forest.
Named “America’s Favorite Zoo” by Microsoft Game Studios, the Tulsa Zoo is home to Siberian Cranes, Grizzly Bears, jaguars, an anaconda, and a great many more animal species.
From 1894 to 1920, it was known as Henry Kendall College. Today, the University of Tulsa is one of the largest schools in Oklahoma. Make travel plans to explore Tulsa and the its surrounding metro area – when you do, be sure to include a campus tour of UT on your agenda.
Located on 11th Street and Delaware Avenue near downtown Tulsa, the University of Tulsa is private, and it does feature a Presbyterian Church affiliation. Keep an eye out for the Skelly House, the official residence of the acting UT president. The Tulsa Golden Hurricane compete in 18 different sports – catch a Golden Hurricane football game at the H.A. Chapman Stadium.
Featuring over 9,000 roses in 250 different varieties, Woodward Park serves the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Open to the public, the park is famous for it’s bounty of azaleas, tulips, irises, dogwoods, and redbuds.
Visitors to the park experience the lush landscapes of the Tulsa Rose Garden, the Tulsa Garden Center, the Tulsa Aboretum, and the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens. The Samuel Travis Mansion, acquired by the park in 1997, is a popular tourist draw situated in the southwest corner of the park.
More Area Attractions & Services
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- 3.56 mile(s) from Big Splash, water park
- 3.57 mile(s) from Expo Center, fair grounds, drillers baseball stadium, fair meadows live and simulcast horse racing, the chili bowl midget car nationals are held here
- 3.71 mile(s) from LaFortune Park, swimming, golf, jogging trails, and tennis
- 8.30 mile(s) from Creek Nation Casino, exciting array of gaming, poker, blackjack and electronic machines
- 8.50 mile(s) from Cherokee Nation Casino
- 8.55 mile(s) from Cains Ballroom, this western swing icon opened in the roaring 20's, it was the home of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
- 9.62 mile(s) from Hard Rock Casino, Indian gaming, Las Vegas style slots, blackjack, video roulette, restaurants, and live music.
- 9.88 mile(s) from River Spirit Casino, Indian gaming, brand new facility to open 2009, enjoy Las Vegas style gaming 24/7
Best Western Plus Tulsa Inn & Suites
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