If you’re looking for a historic hotel in Oklahoma City, look no further than The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Oklahoma City, The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City is located a short distance from St. Joseph Old Cathedral (0.3 mi) and Overholser Mansion (1.2 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and shops. Plus, The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City offers a pool and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Peloton Cafe, Café Cuvée (formerly Viceroy Grille), and Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro, which are some wine bars that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a garden, such as Myriad Botanical Gardens.
The staff at The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Check-in to check-out not one bad thing to say. The staff was very warm and receptive. Accommodated an extended day in a few minutes. Was always greeted with a smile and asked if there is anything we need. Would stay again without question.
This was my 3rd visit and this one by far was the most special. The accommodations are gorgeous, but the STAFF!? The staff makes this property the most enjoyable encounter in hospitality!! As a consultant, I travel 100% of the time and this hotel never disappoints. Professional, cheerful, kind and incredibly empathetic. They are a dream!! I am so thankful to everyone from the online concierge, to the front office staff, even the management staff. I spoke personally with Rae, Kelsey and Linda and they all were so darling that sometimes I forgot they were providing a service and they weren’t long lost college friends. They were a delight to communicate with but I feel they represented the spirit of hospitality in Oklahoma. In these times, I find kindness and understanding can sometimes be lacking but they (and everyone we encountered) treated us like royalty while still being tangible enough to welcome us like family. Thank you so much Skirvin Hotel!! You all are so appreciated!!…
We received a comp stay because the last time we stayed we were lied to about the swimming pool and the hot tub being open when in fact it wasn't. We get to the hotel and check in and they ask for a $50 "incidentally" fee which they say you will get back when you check out which is another lie. I didn't have the $50 on my card but I had cash ON HAND and STILL WAS REFUSED. Which according to them my money isnt good enough but my card is good enough???And they want your card number so they can TAKE the $50 and never return it back. So all in all we didn't stay at our "free comp" stay because it WASN'T FREE ANOTHER LIE. THANK YOU FOR TURNING AWAY A COMBAT VET OF IRAQ ON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND OVER $50. You can keep you "Free comp" that was given to me because it WASN'T FREE! I now see who the Skirvin caters to and its DEFINITELY NOT VETERANS PERIOD. I was once again surprised by "hidden charges". After all was said and done I LOST $450 staying at this hotel, and that is not including the travel to the hotel which is over 80 miles from where I live. Me and mine WILL NEVER STAY AT THE SKIRVIN AGAIN, AND I WILL LET MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS to NOT EVER STAY HERE. I'm ALSO A ALUMNI OF WWP AND IAVA they too will here about my experience over $50. PATHETIC …
The Skirvin, built in 1910, is a downtown OKC landmark, and the pictures lining the lobby and hall areas can attest to such. The main lobbies are elegant, and for us it brought a sense of history to both the hotel and its historic guests. The legend of the Skirvin ghost, "Effie," was also a great memory. This was our first trip since the easing of pandemic restrictions, so we're not sure how it fares with other hotel experiences. The room was small--probably because the renovations and desire to keep the original architecture do provide some limits, but our room was not very occupant friendly. We had a king size bed in the room, and there was not room for end tables on both sides of the bed. There was one chair, and the lamp above it kept hitting our heads if we tried to sit. The front desk was friendly, but the housekeeping took over two hours to deliver two extra plastic cups and an extra bar of soap. Housekeeping was also by request, but the requested times were seemingly ignored. The tv in the room had audio on all channels but not picture on some, but we were told it was a Cox Cable issue. Strange...The most distracting thing was the constant sound of construction right outside the front door of the hotel, but that's not the Skirvin's fault. The piano bar was mostly empty, so the fact that there was only one bartender to serve the bar and fetch food orders from the kitchen was not a huge problem, but like other places, they could use more help. The location itself is a highlight, as it is in walking distance of the OKC Memorial (Alfred P. Murray Federal Building), which is a beautifully done tribute to the tragedy and lives lost in 1995. It was also easy to walk to one of the best steak houses in OKC, the Mahogany, which is pricey but beyond excellent. Bricktown was also a short walking distance. If booking, consider the room/parking package, as there is complimentary (i.e., you park, no valet) parking in the back of the hotel. Like all older hotels, it could probably use some updates but the history is its mark in a downtown area that is pretty quiet.…
Beautiful, clean historic property. We stayed in the Superior King room. We ordered drinks and dessert in the Bar area. It was very expensive but not as expensive as the Breakfast in the restaurant, the next day. We felt that Valet parking was also very expensive at $32/dy. Other than that, the room was reasonable and the facilities are top-notch in downtown Oklahoma City.