Through the renovated and expanded Tulsa Convention Center and award-winning, nationally-recognized BOK Center, Downtown Tulsa is well-worth the look when planning your next meeting, convention or national event. And just a few blocks from these two outstanding facilities is ONEOK Field, a new downtown ballpark located in Tulsa's historic Greenwood District.
These developments along with Tulsa first-class accommodations, including two new hotels downtown, and a host of new restaurants, entertainment venues and unique shopping options, make Tulsa a great choice for your next event.
|Hotel||Total Guest Rooms||Total Meeting Space||Distance to Convention Center|
|Courtyard By Marriott - Atlas Building||119||1,186 sq. ft.||6 blocks|
|Hyatt Regency||460||38,000 sq. ft.||5 blocks|
|DoubleTree Hotel Downtown||417||22,867 sq. ft.||skybridge|
|Holiday Inn City Center||220||3,000 sq. ft.||4 blocks|
|Hotel Ambassador||55||1,147 sq. ft.||12 blocks|
|Mayo Hotel||102||20,239 sq. ft.||4 blocks|
Downtown Convention Facilities
Tulsa Convention Center
The newly renovated Tulsa Convention Center now features a grand 300,000-plus square feet of meeting, exhibition and prefunction space along with an 8,900-seat arena to meet any of your convention needs. Perhaps most impressive in the new addition is the glass curtain wall echoing the architectural design of famed architect Cesar Pelli's BOK Center located just across the street.
When it opened in 2008, the 18,500-seat, 550,000-square-foot, multipurpose BOK Center was poised to be a world-class entertainment venue attracting premier entertainers performing to sold-out crowds. Now the No. 8 venue in the United States and No. 20 in the world for ticket sales, the BOK Center is putting Tulsa on the map.
ONEOK Field is located in the historic Greenwood District of downtown Tulsa. Built over a 16 month period, ONEOK Field is the newest addition to the downtown landscape. The art deco style architecture of the ballpark pays tribute to Tulsa's professional baseball past, the Greenwood District and the City of Tulsa. ONEOK Field offically opened on April 8, 2010.
Downtown Tulsa has a lively and flourishing network of restaurant and eateries that prepare a variety of culinary styles including all-American, Italian, Asian and Mexican. For a complete list of all downtown restaurants, click here or download our downtown dining guide:
Downtown Dining Experience
The Brady Arts District is one of Tulsa's oldest areas, characterized by two-story brick warehouses. It contains two of Tulsa's most historic entertainment venues, The Brady Theater and Cain's Ballroom in addition to many local artists' galleries, restaurants with late night hours, bars and dance clubs.
The Blue Dome District is known for its distinct Blue Dome Building, a former Gulf Oil Service Station built in 1924. The Blue Dome District is home to some of Downtown Tulsa's diverse nightlife. Current venues include Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, Enso, Electric Circus and IDL Ballroom.
The BOK Center District is home to Downtown Tulsa's largest entertainment venue, The BOK Center. This state-of-the-art sports and entertainment arena is home to the Af2 Tulsa Talons and the CHL Tulsa Oilers.
The Core Business District is the heart of downtown Tulsa. It is filled with beautiful collections of Art Deco style buildings, built during the oil boom of the 1920's, as well as many modern buildings.
The Greenwood Historical District is home to the newest entertainment venue, ONEOK Field. Greenwood was once one of the most affluent African American communities in the United States and was referred to as Black Wall Street.