Ed & I came to Tulsa to celebrate his birthday, the wine was chilling upon our arrival. We ordered room service for dinner, the meal was superb and the silverware and china were beautiful, as were the accommodations. We hope to be back soon.
The Ambassador,a true boutique facility, is the nicest hotel in Tulsa bar none. It's convenient downtown location make it readily accessible to various highways. The desk staff are most helpful and checking in and out were a breeze. For a hotel of his quality, my only criticism would be there is no bellman always in the lobby for bag (but may be requested), which I suppose is more because of the hotel's smaller size than any real service deficiency. When I did request a bellman, he was prompt and very courteous. The rooms are wonderful and well appointed. Mine this trip had a large, flat panel television. Everything is spotlessly clean and very well maintained. The Ambassador's Chalkboard Restaurant is very well known with an excellent reputation and menu. As always, the food was sublime and service impeccable. Truly, I cannot say enough good things about this marvelous and historic hotel! Stay and you won't be disappointed.
I went there to get away with my wife and got the honeymoon package, the hotel was amazing and met all the needs that I asked for, even bringing us napkins when we asked.