The Ambassador Hotel in Tulsa is popularly held to be the best hotel in the city. This has less to do with the price at the four star boutique hotel, and speaks more to the care that the 55 room boutique hotel puts into caring for its facilities and its customers. The architecture of the hotel is unusual, and so is the fact that it has consistently outranked every other hotel in the city on TripAdvisor and Expedia polls.
The hotel is located downtown, offering guests convenience to go with their comfort. The property does not have a pool, but does have a fitness center. Eight of the rooms are actually suites, some of which have honeymoon themes. The hotel targets this kind of traffic, as well as the weekend getaway type leisure traveler. The older style of the hotel - a kind of classical European mixed with Spanish terracotta - is more suited to couples, adult travels and professionals than to families with children.
As no hotel, even the Ambassador Hotel, is perfect, it is only fair to give warning about the toilets. Apparently they work on a kind of vacuum flush system which is surprisingly loud to many guests. No one seemed to report hearing it all over the hotel or being offended, just being surprised. You will have to try it for yourself and see what you think - just don't encourage small children to play with it!
The hotel has an on-site eatery, the Chalkboard Restaurant, that is very popular with travelers. Special dinners can be arranged, and the staff overall earned high marks for accommodating special requests of all kinds. Housekeeping services can be scheduled, and chocolates are left on the bed during the turn down service. Small touches have earned the hotel a loyal following, so booking early for romantic and seasonal getaway seasons is advised.