Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Tulsa, OK

Stay Close to I-244 and Tulsa Airport

Whether you landed in Tulsa International Airport (TUL) or hauled off I-244, the Country Inn & Suites® by Radisson, Tulsa, OK is the perfect spot for one to break up. Stretch your legs by walking the downtown streets, or see the plains of Africa and the woods of Asia in the local Tulsa Zoo.

Our free airport shuttle reduces your time on the street and maximizes your downtime. Spend the afternoon lounging by our outdoor pool, and unwind in the day by browsing the Internet using free Web. Gear up every morning using a free spicy breakfast, and stop off at the lobby open of cookies, candy and coffee through the day.

Hotel amenities in our Tulsa Airport hotel comprise:

– Free, Hot Breakfast
– Free Wi-Fi
– Free Shuttle
– Seasonal Outdoor Pool
– Business Center with Copier and Fax


Our Resort Rooms
Following a day of exploring Tulsa, reunite on your area or package using a freshly brewed cup of java and a film on HBO.

Common room highlights include:

– Free Wi-Fi
– 32-Inch Flat-Screen TV with HBO
– Coffee Facilities
– Rollaway Beds Available

Travelling with household or want more space? Reserve a Two-room Package to relish two single bedrooms, a living room with a sleeper couch, a microwave and a fridge.


Bars & Restaurants
Our free sexy breakfast includes Belgian waffles, many different bowls of cereal and fresh fruit.

For lunch or dinner, then check out among those restaurants in three miles of this resort. Hatfield’s serves juicy hamburgers and tender barbecue, and Mazzio’s Italian Eatery dishes out tasty Italian cuisine along with family-size pizzas.


Things to Do Tulsa
Tulsa provides something for everybody. Try your luck and roll the dice in the Hard Rock Casino, or navigate modern works in the Philbrook Museum of Art. The Oklahoma Aquarium contains native aquatic animals as well as fish that could survive on property. Do not overlook such other place favourites:

Tulsa Zoo – This zoo features many different displays constructed to mimic the creatures’ natural habitats. Drive about ten minutes from the resort to see with dinosaurs and white rhinos in the African Plains exhibit. Spend some time with Linda, a 66-year-old Asian elephant elderly compared to every other creature or staff member in the zoo.

Historical Cherry Street – Situated about ten miles from the resort, this part of downtown Tulsa is full of unique boutiques, antique stores and neighbourhood dining choices. Stop by the Cherry Street Farmers’ Market on Saturday mornings to try out some new cheese artisan bread and navigate handmade crafts.

Woodland Hills Theater – The biggest shopping mall in Oklahoma is just 15 minutes from the resort. The center houses over 160 shops on three floors, such as Macy’s, Gap and Apple. Catch a pretzel from Auntie Anne’s plus a Dual Doozie out of Great American Cookies to get an unbeatable salty-sweet mix.

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