Finding an ideal hotel in Oklahoma City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Oklahoma City Southeast - I-35, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Oklahoma City's most popular landmarks, such as Bricktown (1.5 mi) and Centennial Land Run Monument (1.5 mi), Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Oklahoma City Southeast - I-35 is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk while staying at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Oklahoma City Southeast - I-35. In addition, Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Oklahoma City Southeast - I-35 offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Oklahoma City trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While visiting Oklahoma City, you may want to try some fish and chips at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Bricktown Brewery Restaurant, Tapwerks Ale House & Cafe, or McNellie's Public House.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than 45th Infantry Division Museum, which is a popular Oklahoma City military museum – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the hotel.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Oklahoma City Southeast - I-35 looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Oklahoma City.
This is to clarify the review I made a few weeks ago regarding your breakfast service policy. Thank you for your reply but you misunderstood what I was saying. My husband and I were unhappy because your breakfast personnel not only required US to mask up but wear gloves. We have traveled all over the country since Covid began and never have we been required to wear gloves for breakfast. It was not a question of your employees not following policy..... it was the fact that we needed to wear gloves for breakfast. Very anal as far as we’re concerned and prefer to stay at a hotel that doesn’t treat their guests like lepers
This has the hallmarks of many an urban HIE-- easy on-off for the interstate, abundant parking, breakfast. It also features an indoor pool and hot tub. We booked specifically for the latter, only to find it both lukewarm and with seats set so low that we had to kneel to keep our heads above water. Weird. Our suite had everything that we needed, but the furnishings are aging-- a point that became even more obvious when we checked into the HIE at Lonoke, Arkansas the following night. Hopefully, renovations are on the schedule for sometime in the not so distant future.
We had a misunderstanding with a front desk employee but the manager Colleen went far above and beyond the call of duty to more than make things right. Had the very best stay of our 2 week vacation, and I would DEFINITELY stay here again. Top notch employees, clean hotel, excellent value.
Everywhere we go, almost exclusively to mid-rate Hilton or IHG (Holiday Inn chain) properties, the owners have taken (sometimes extraordinary) care to deal with, and do their very best to see that guests also deal properly with, the ongoing pandemic. This place not only does not seal its rooms between visitors, it had not a single hand-sanitizer station anywhere in the hotel. Why? According to the desk clerks, they "had 'em" for awhile, but the gel inside was too thick for the dispensers, so they chucked them all and requested new ones. Not sure how long it's been since the owner could not find usable ones such as those at every other hotel, but there was (and had been) no sign of them for some time. I'd suggest that you ask about that before reserving a room here. And, not once, did I see any of the staff wipe down a single thing anywhere during our visit. Doesn't mean they didn't do it; I just never saw it. Bring your own wipes, for sure. I suspect there's a wave of cost-cutting in the air. The hotel once had city maps for guests as well as brochures. Gone "because of the COVID." The tissues are industrial quality, and when I asked for a new box and a TP, the clerk asked for my room number. They're keeping a literal count "in the back" on how many guest products their customers are using, I was told. When I reacted with indignity, he gave the expected answer: "I just work here." Good thing neither of us had an intestinal upset. I'm surprised that the drinking fountain (if there is one) doesn't turn off after 30 seconds — not that I'd ever use it. Only one of the four or five front-desk clerks we encountered had any cheer, holiday or otherwise. The bathroom toilets are as low as a toddlers' potty trainer, the tubs are slippery — and (among my greatest sore points) every bulb in the place is one of those morgue-white cost-savers at wattage just barely bright enough to read by. The pallor they cast over the premises is depressing. As for the answer to the question below about whether this place offers free newspapers, surely you jest. The only thing to read here is the prominent sign about how stringent IHG is about coronavirus protocols. Right. And as for the answer to another query, as to whether the rooms include refrigerators. Yup . . about as wide as I am and as tall as my belt buckle. (To be fair, that's pretty much the Holiday Inn Express model. A dutiful breakfast attendant does everything possible to serve an edible breakfast — each and every day with no menu changes — but one DOES tire of microwaved Jimmy Dean sausage-and-egg sandwiches and pancakes that roll out of a machine. Oh, and “breakfast hours” barely make it past ONE. They’re 7 to 9. Sleep in at your peril if you wake up hungry. Two things this place got right, almost certainly not because of the foresight of its parsimonious management: 1. Like the last HGI hotel that we visited, this one lies smack up against a busy Interstate freeway — in this case, one of the busiest: I-35. But miraculously, thanks to excellent insulation and high ceilings, all is serene despite the roar of traffic that is almost literally deafening once one steps out the hotel door. 2. The coffee is exceptional. (Don't tell the owner.) If you want engaging attention as close to full service as possible in these dreadful coronavirus days, you might consider moving on up, or down, the freeway for your next Oke City stay.…
I’ve never been to a hotel that didn’t clean the room, replace towels, make beds etc. when calling the front desk they said you have to request this. We were never told this upon check in. So you can imagine getting to the hotel room after a full day of softball games and the room not being clean or new towels to shower with. Called the front desk and asked for new towels and was told I had to come to the front desk to get them. Super super disappointed! Will not stay here again.