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Oklahoma City Vacations

Can you imagine a city founded by plotting sites of land, lining up 50,000 hopeful homesteaders, and yelling “Go!”? That’s how Oklahoma City got its start. Throw some cowboys tending to their herds and Native American settlements on the open plains, and voila—you have a true frontier town. While “The Land Run” occurred in 1889, that same exciting spirit of exploration holds true today. A vacation in Oklahoma City is your chance to yell “Go!” to outdoor adventure, a melting pot of culture, and eclectic cuisine.

Ready to explore? Enjoy your journey into America’s heartland with the best Oklahoma City vacation packages. Travelocity bundles your airfare and accommodations into Oklahoma City package deals that save you enough money to better enjoy the attractions the city has to offer.

Where Are the Best Places to Stay in Oklahoma City?

Whether you’re planning a family vacation in Oklahoma City, are looking for an unexpected destination for a romantic getaway, or will be in town for business, downtown is your best bet. You’ll be close to all the action, but just a short drive to the attractions outside the city limits. Here are some of our favorite hotels in downtown Oklahoma City:

  • Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel – The Sheraton has a completely new look, thanks to a recent remodeling of its guest rooms and meeting spaces. Highlighted by the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, the well-appointed rooms provide the perfect place to slumber after a day spent exploring the neighborhood. The hotel features the 1889 Land Run Café, Aria Lounge, seasonal outdoor pool, and on-site fitness center.
  • The Skirvin Hilton – This landmark hotel was built in 1911, and delivers modern amenities and refined décor behind its classic red-brick façade. Enjoy innovative fine dining at the Park Avenue Grill or a craft cocktail at the Red Piano lounge. Your inner art lover will appreciate the Skirvin’s Artist in Residence program, which showcases new creative works on a revolving schedule. After you’ve experienced the hotel’s features, find quiet serenity in your luxurious room.
  • Colcord Hotel – Erected in 1910, the Colcord building was the first “skyscraper” in Oklahoma City, checking in at a whopping 12 stories tall. The original marble and ornamental plaster are still there, providing a pleasing historic contrast to its ultra-modern amenities. Guest rooms provide contemporary décor, Bluetooth docking stations, 47-inch flat screen televisions, and free Wi-Fi.
  • Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma – A perfect place for a family getaway, the Biltmore is within walking distance of White Water Bay water park and Celebration Station amusement park. This charming, affordable accommodation boasts two outdoor pools, an indoor pool, two nightclubs, a fitness room, and tennis courts—you’ll have more than enough things to do to fill your time in between your various sightseeing expeditions.

Major Attractions

You’re ready to spend your Oklahoma City vacation exploring, but where do you go and what do you do? Saddle up and check out the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, which features exhibits detailing the Wild West, Native Americans, and of course cowboys. When you’re done reliving a cattle drive, make your way to the Bricktown neighborhood and take a water taxi through its canal, stopping at different shops along the waterway. It’s a scene stolen from Venice and dropped in “The Sooner State.”

Are you the sporting type? Stay in Bricktown for the evening and enjoy a juicy hot dog and a cold beer while watching the Oklahoma City Dodgers swing for the fences at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. Or, if you are a basketball fan, make that a beer and a dog while watching the Oklahoma City Thunder play at Chesapeake Arena.

Festivals and Events

Have you ever wanted to see modern-day cowboys ride bulls, wrestle steers, and corral broncos bareback? The Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo—one of the biggest in the nation—offers you the chance every April. If you want something a little tamer—and a tad more historical—grab a rental car and drive up to Guthrie for the annual ’89er Day Celebration. This event celebrates the Oklahoma Territory Land Run of April 22, 1889. A chuck wagon feed and reenactment are some of the spectacles you’ll be treated to during the weeklong jamboree.

Become a temporary Sooner with a trip to Oklahoma City. Browse Travelocity’s list of flights and cheap hotel rooms to bundle your trip into an Oklahoma City package. Your holiday in the heartland will be unforgettable, and with the money you save, you can treat yourself to one of the city’s famous onion burgers from a food truck…or a top-cut sirloin dinner in a multi-star establishment. Who are we to judge?

Tours and Activities in Oklahoma City

Going traveling isn't only about chilling out and recharging; it's about stepping out of your comfort zone and trying out something different. Ready for some awesome new experiences?

Headed to Oklahoma City? Why not treat yourself to an Indoor Skydiving Experience? After all, vacations are all about impromptu decisions!

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Oklahoma City?
Travelocity has package deals to Oklahoma City, including flights and hotels, starting from an impressive $364. With all the extra cash, you could book some popular tours or possibly even add on a few extra nights to your getaway.
How long should my Oklahoma City vacation be?
Usually, 2 nights is how long most people spend discovering the delights of Oklahoma City. Wondering if that’ll be sufficient time to squeeze in everything on your itinerary? Stay another night or two to make the most of your trip.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Oklahoma City?
With around 400 airlines and 665,000 properties around the world, it’s hard to go past Travelocity. Scroll through our impressive range and create the perfect Oklahoma City vacation package. Doesn’t it feel amazing when vacation planning is that easy?
Why should I purchase my Oklahoma City vacation bundle via Travelocity?
We offer 24/7 support, exceptional service and a Price Match Guarantee. Life’s a big journey — and we have alluring destinations for you to journey to all over the world. Travel with us and make your hip pocket happy.
Will I save money on my Oklahoma City car rental if I book it with a hotel or flight?
Absolutely — bundle your car, hotel and flight into an Oklahoma City vacation package and you can save a ton. With so many things to do in Oklahoma City, that set of wheels will come in handy. Once you’ve settled into the driver’s seat, turn up the tunes and make your way to Arbuckle Wilderness, a famous sight around 75 mi from Oklahoma City.
What is the best time of year to go to Oklahoma City?
If you’d like to avoid costly airfares, tourist crowds and unavailable hotels, plan your escape outside of June, March, July. The quietest time to visit Oklahoma City is November, October, December. You’ll find hotel rates are the highest in October and the most economical in July.
Which airport is best for Oklahoma City?
Oklahoma City, OK (OKC-Will Rogers World), the gateway to Oklahoma City, is where you’ll step off the plane. It sits 7 mi southwest of the center of town.
What is there to do in Oklahoma City?
Oklahoma City has more than its fair share of sights to explore, like Chesapeake Energy Arena and University of Oklahoma. These two popular attractions are on most people’s travel itineraries.
Where should I stay when visiting Oklahoma City?
You have a range of options, with Central Oklahoma City and Norman being the more popular neighborhoods among tourists. If the former is better suited to your Oklahoma City plans, check out the rates and facilities at the Wingate by Wyndham Oklahoma City/Airport (3.0 stars) and the Howard Johnson by Wyndham Oklahoma City (2.5 stars). If you’d prefer the latter, we’d suggest the Days Inn by Wyndham Norman (2.0 stars) or the La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Oklahoma City Norman (2.5 stars).

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Travelocity.com from 2019-04-01 - 2020-03-31 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.