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Inn At Price Tower in Bartlesville, OK

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Rating: 4.60

Address: 510 S Dewey Ave, Bartlesville, OK, 74003

    Address: 510 Dewey Ave, Bartlesville, OK, 74003

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      Comments (5):

      1. Sean M.
      The Inn at Price Tower is in one of two vertical structures built, which were designed by famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. It was completed in 1956 and was designed for mixed use. In the 21st century, a portion was converted to a hotel. As fans of Frank Lloyd Wright, my wife and I could not pass up the chance to stay in one of his very unique buildings.

      We stayed in late January, which is the off season. We were one of 2 rooms occupied (out of 21) on a Saturday night.  Our check in was extremely friendly and quick. We were given the run down on the place and a restaurant recommendation (Frank & Lola's - great place).

      Our room was a standard with King bed. It was much roomier than most hotel rooms and the huge expanse of windows along the outside of the room made for fantastic views. There are 3-2 story suites available, but this was all we needed. The design of everything is a combination mid century and modern and it works very well.  

      The beds are platform style with a comfortable mattress. I slept better than I do in most hotel beds. The ONLY downside is the shower is a bit small and if you're looking for a bathtub, you're out of luck. The shower head was a bit low for my 6'7" self, but I am used to that.   One nice thing the have are heated tile floors in the bathroom, which can be digitally adjusted. No cold feet!

      The free continental breakfast included pastries, donuts, oranges, apples, quiche, belgian waffles you make yourself, and coffee. Pretty standard fare for a hotel, but nice considering we had not expected anything.

      Our hotel stay included free passes to the tour. Our tour guide was knowledgeable, but was a bit rushed and admitted to having something to go to later. There are different tour guides, so your mileage may vary. That was really the only thing that could have been better.

      This was an outstanding stay and I highly recommend others stay there! I would like to come back and stay in one of the suites.

      10/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      2. Steve D.
      Too DA$% HOT!!!  110 degrees outside and 84 degrees inside.  Sorry but I can't get past how HOT it was in the room.  Arrived to find all the drapes drawn and pedestal fan set up and blowing.  Should have been a clue that this was going to be an unpleasant night.  And it was...The room decor and building are great but come on.  You have to have A.C. that can handle the Oklahoma heat.  Obviously not.  So while the bed was comfortable, room interesting and tower a treat I would suggest going here ONLY if the weather outside is moderate (wonder how it is in the winter?).  Too bad as this could be a really great place.  Did I mention how hot it was??  Oh and I told them about it on their in room  evaluation form and left my contact information.  Now 5 days later for response or follow up to the comments.  Seems they would offer at least an apology for the room temperature.

      01/08/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
      3. Kristy H.
      This place was a treat! We like staying and eating at local treasures when traveling. The staff was great and room was very nice. Loved the decor!

      09/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      4. Bev B.
      Five stars expressly for the unique nature of the hotel.  The ability to sleep in a place designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is exceptionally rare.  Even with updated furnishings, the space is "Wright" in most ways.  Be prepared to accept odd stairs, tiny elevators, cramped bathrooms, wind noise, probable leaky windows and possible mold.  Breakfast is bare bones Continental.  Our bagels were stale and the toaster was broken.  WiFi is passable, if limited in range. Furniture, while Wright-like isn't particularly comfortable to sit on.  Copies of Wright literature to browse are very welcome touches.  By all means do take the tour of the building.  Their docents are very nice and informative, although history of Wright's affairs is far less interesting than the building itself. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Well worth the trip.

      24/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      5. Mindy D.
      I absolutely loved staying here. The design and amenities of the room were like none I've experienced before. Heated bathroom tiles, windows spreading out 24+ ft overlooking the city, contemporary decor, beds that smelled like fresh laundry detergent instead of cheap soap, and more. I literally felt like I was staying at a loft apartment, not a hotel. The beds were so comfortable that it was the best sleep I've had in over a year.

      To put the cherry on top, the front desk experience was the absolute best I've ever had. They were so personable and even remember your name. I only stayed one night and when I called 2 weeks later to have a duplicate receipt sent to me, they still remembered me. How many hotels can you say does that?!?

      My only complaint is that I couldn't stay there longer and they're not located in a town I visit more often.

      28/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0