Pet Friendly Hotels in Tulsa, OK
Hotels in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are pet-friendly! In fact, the majority of Tulsa, OK, hotels in the comprehensive Hotels-Rates.com database — 42 out of 75 hotels, motels and inns — welcome pets.
Whether you want a discounted room, a luxury suite, accommodations in Downtown Tulsa or a hotel near I-44, I-244 or U.S. 64 in Tulsa for you and your pet, Hotels-Rates can help you book it today. Starting rates range from $41 to $166.
The most popular pet-friendly hotels in Tulsa, OK, according to Hotels-Rates.com users include:
- Embassy Suites By Hilton Tulsa I-44 at 3332 South 79th East Avenue, near I-44 and U.S. 64 southeast of Downtown Tulsa. Rates start at $105.
- Comfort Inn & Suites Tulsa I-44 West – Rt 66 at 6101 OK Highway 66, off of I-44 southwest of Downtown Tulsa. Rates start at $75.
- Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center at 6808 South 107th East Avenue, off of I-44 and U.S. 64 southeast of Downtown Tulsa. Rates start at $114.
- Comfort Inn Midtown at 4530 E. Skelly Drive, off of I-44 south of Tulsa. Rates are as low as $78.
- Holiday Inn & Suites Tulsa South at 10020 East 81st Street, near U.S. 64 and E 81st Street south of Downtown Tulsa, and next door to Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus. Rates begin at $71.
And while you and your pooch are in Tulsa, take advantage of opportunities for each of you to exercise at either of two City of Tulsa off-leash dog parks:
- Benjamin's Biscuit Acres Dog Park inside Hunter Park at 5804 E. 91st Street. It is a 2.5-acre area with separate sections for dogs over and under 30 pounds.
- Joe Station Dog Park at 2279 Charles Page Blvd. It has separately fenced areas for small and large dogs along with lights for nighttime use.
Tulsa, a city of about 415,000 people, is Oklahoma's second-largest city. It is home to the University of Tulsa and Oral Roberts University, and is known for having the nation's largest collection of art deco architecture. Tulsa's rich musical heritage is exemplified by the Woody Guthrie Center and Cain's Ballroom, a historic music venue that hosted the first radio broadcasts of Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys in 1932. Soon, the Gilcrease Museum of American history in Tulsa will curate and exhibit the Bob Dylan Archive of some 6,000 items spanning Dylan's career.
If you're traveling to Tulsa with a canine companion, you'll certainly want to explore Tulsa's latest point of pride, The Gathering Place. It is a multi-use park on the Arkansas River that opened on 66 acres in 2018 and is to expand to more than 100 acres. USA Today readers named it the Best New Attraction in the nation for 2019. Pets are allowed on leashes on the Midland Valley and riverfront trails and elsewhere in the park on other designated days, such as during the many festivals it is to host.
Leashed pets are also welcome in Tulsa's River Parks, a series of parks and plazas connected with 26 miles of asphalt-surfaced trails weaving past gathering areas, playgrounds, fountains and sculptures along the banks of the Arkansas River. An additional 45 miles of dirt trails in the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area across the river are perfect for hiking with a healthy hound.
As you walk the Riverside Parks, consider a stop at the Blue Rose Café and Elwoods on the river at 19th and Riverside drives, which have dining patios where well-behaved dogs are welcome. The well-regarded BringFido site says there are 81 dog-friendly restaurants in Tulsa, OK, but we suggest checking websites or phoning your choice of eatery before you visit.
The Riverside Parks system also connects to Tulsa's Brookside District, a two-mile stretch of Peoria Avenue between 33rd and 51st Streets, which features food, specialty shopping, art and entertainment one-half mile east of the river. Farther south, the Tulsa Hills District at 96th Street has a variety of shopping and dining options east and west of Riverside Drive and a pedestrian bridge spanning the river takes you into Jenks on E Main Street, where more dining and shopping options are available.
Wherever you and your canine companion walk on your Tulsa visit, you can be assured of a welcome home at the end of the day if you book a pet-friendly hotel in Tulsa, OK, through Hotels-Rates.com. Click through to find the perfect accommodations for you and your pet today.