Towneplace Suites by Marriott Tulsa Broken Arrow is a non-smoking hotel that welcomes our guests and their pets with apartment-style accommodations. The four-story hotel has 97 non-smoking-rooms featuring apartment-like spaces with private kitchens. Relax on your sofa, or prop your laptop on the ergonomic desk. An iPod dock and a flat-panel TV make it easy to stay entertained. Bring your best pal along for the trip, as the hotel allows pets for an additional fee. In warm weather, enjoy a splash in the seasonal outdoor pool, or prepare a meal on a grill for al fresco dining. There's also a fitness room and a business center on-site, and parking is free. The hotel is off of Broken Arrow Expressway, within easy walking distance of several restaurants and the popular Bass Pro Shop. Woodland Hills Mall is five miles away on the 71st Street Corridor — an area chock full of big-name retail shops and restaurants. It's 14 miles to downtown Tulsa and about a 20-minute drive to Gilcrease Museum, which houses one of the world's largest collections of Western art. It's 12 miles to Tulsa International Airport. our guests call the Towneplace Suites by Marriott Tulsa Broken Arrow an "excellent hotel" with "great" full kitchens, "wonderful service," "gorgeous, spacious" rooms and "great surroundings."
Dogs up to 80 pounds are allowed. There is a one time pet fee of $50 for up to six nights and $100 for seven nights or more.
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