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The guest rooms and suites are spacious with high ceilings and an abundance of natural light.
Contemporary art is the heart of the 21c experience.
National Register of Historic Places
21c is located less than a mile from Chesapeake Energy Arena and Cox Convention Center
21c Oklahoma City offers complimentary shuttle service within a 3 mile radius.
Check-in from 16h00
Check out up to 11h00
900 W Main st
73106 oklahoma city
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Check-in from 16h00
Check out up to 11h00
The spacious guest rooms feature high ceilings and large steel windows, offering expansive views and abundant daylight. The custom-designed furniture and luxurious beds provide a comfortable respite from the vibrant public spaces of the museum and restaurant.
Number of meeting rooms: 10
Maximum size: 5,400 m²
Maximum capacity: 240 people
Maximum banquet capacity: 240 people
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Loved the history of the building, the art gallery, the contemporary industrial rooms, the location
Denise D. Families - 13/04/2021 Confirmed reviews ALL
My first time staying with 21C. It's a beautiful, historic building with the absolute coolest contemporary rooms with an industrial feel. This totally went with the building. Rooms were well appointed, with extremely comfortable beds. The staff was accommodating, friendly and helpful. My granddaughter absolutely loved the room. I wish there had been more casual eating options that would have been appropriate for family. Mary Eddy's was beautiful with a wonderful menu but there really wasn't anything for children or options that were less formal. It was a wonderful stay and we would stay at 21C again.
Great location - walk to everything or uber
Theresa N. Families - 12/04/2021 Confirmed reviews ALL
Beautiful and relaxing environment. A rooftop deck would be a great addition. I found myself desirous off sitting outdoors with a cup of tea without having to go buy one around the corner. Really beautiful art and museum. Such a great opportunity for us to walk around and enjoy a cocktail from Mary Eddy’s or our own. The staff is so friendly and accommodating. I wouldn’t stay anywhere else.
Tim F. Business - 11/04/2021 Confirmed reviews ALL
Always clean and staff is friendly.
I slept with art
Dz Families - 11/04/2021 Confirmed reviews ALL
Enjoy the arts in the hotel, it was fun to walk about the hotel with pajama in the middle of the dog and enjoy the show without anyone around. It’s one of the most unique experience I have ever had.
Crm Friends - 11/04/2021 Confirmed reviews ALL
Have heard so much about this place for years as we are from NW Arkansas, and the one near us gets rave reviews in the local media, so I was really looking forward to staying here. The facilities were what I expected, but it’s location was in a part of town that’s being re-vitalized, and not what I would consider currently the best part of town. From the first minute I walked in the door the staff was rude, arrogant and completely unorganized. The “valet” upon arrival, was only concerned with taking my temperature, and never even discussed parking my vehicle, which I finally just self parked in a garage across the street, despite interacting with him 4 times while occupying the loading zone before doing so, and ultimately asking “what I needed to do to get my car parked”. The host at check in gave me a lecture like a 3rd grader about masks and private property, even though I was already wearing a mask. Later in the stay we briefly stopped in the lobby with some friends to take a quick look at one of the pieces of art on our way to our room at about 11pm, the host on duty at the time came running over and initially asked us if we were staying at the hotel. When I replied yes, she asked to see our room keys, then after showing them, she told us that the “museum was closed at night, and that we needed to go to our room” this really got under my skin, so I asked her If I was only allowed in my room during my stay or if I was allowed to be in the lobby. She replied with, no, you’re absolutely allowed to be in the lobby, to which I replied, “is this not the lobby?” She said “yes it is”, so I again replied, “then which is it, you said this is a museum and I’m not allowed to be here after hours, and you said it’s the hotel lobby and that I’m allowed in the lobby anytime, so can I be here or not.” Her exact words back to me as she looked at the floor were “um, I’m not sure”. Overall the vibe from the time we arrived until the time we checked out was that we weren’t wanted. The staff was arrogant, and acted like they were there to enforce rules that they made up as they went along, rather than being there “to make my stay better”. I’m typically not one for confrontation, & I was so discouraged by every interaction I had with the staff while I was on the property, that we found ourselves literally avoiding contact with anyone while we were there. I literally wanted to just check out early after the first night and just finish our stay somewhere else, but to avoid the hassle of moving we didn’t. Ultimately we didn’t get to enjoy the museum, or any of the items on display, because by day two I wanted to avoid interaction with anymore staff members, so we ultimately went to a museum down the street and found other things to do to keep us away from the hotel as much as possible for the remainder of our time in OKC. Needless to say I definitely will not be returning to 21c.
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