The Campbell Hotel Guest Reviews
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|2.6 miles from Tulsa centre|
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Richard Sun, 18 June 2017
Liked: Stylish and comfortable small hotel. Love the cafe for breakfast included with our stay. Perfect for our wedding anniversary overnighter.
Disliked: Sounds funny but it was hard to find the front door.
Shannon Mon, 12 June 2017
Liked: Nice setting in an older period style hotel.
Disliked: Walls had scuffs in paint needed another chair.
Anonymous Mon, 12 June 2017
Liked: AC was very cold and the bed very comfy.
Tony Fri, 26 May 2017
Liked: Extremely quiet room, unlike the hideously noisy Big Texan at Amarillo. Maybe that is why we slept like doormice as we had such a bad night at Amarillo! Parking at the back of the hotel, right near our room. Staff were very friendly and the restaurant was excellent.
Disliked: No faults at all.
Alan Sun, 21 May 2017
Liked: Nice old decor.
Disliked: Far from downtown.
Norma Mon, 8 May 2017
Disliked: Very noisy from the street and people walking in the halls. Think there is not a lot of insulation.
Susan Sun, 30 April 2017
Liked: Great atmosphere and staff ... excellent for the bus ...just a few minutes to the town center
Blue Fri, 28 April 2017
Disliked: We booked at the Campbell on our recent Route 66 honeymoon having been told it was a ?must stop?. First impressions count; when I have booked at a hotel which advertises itself as a ?luxuriously decorated boutique hotel?, I expect the receptionist to at least stand up when we walk up to the desk, and not ? as Brian the clerk did ? peer around an office door from his chair and say, ?Help you?? The second problem was the complete lack of parking, despite the fact that we had checked the hotel had parking as we were driving a classic vehicle. One of the spaces was taken up by the hotel?s own courtesy vehicle but clearly this must have been broken as Brian didn?t offer to move it. Or really help that much. Eventually we had to park on the street.The room was nice enough. It would have been far nicer if it had actually been set up for two people ? as per the reservation ? and not one. I don?t expect the first thing I have to do is to return to reception for extra towels and a second sachet of coffee. Nor does a classic 1920s hotel room require displays of soccer memorabilia, including a bizarre half dummy sporting a soccer team t-shirt (presumably available to purchase in the foyer). And a minor quibble ? but this is a boutique hotel ? if you?re going to have battery operated tea lights in the fireplace, then make sure more than one in twenty actually works.My husband moved our vehicle later into a hotel space and was approached by the assistant manager who was very nice and most apologetic, explaining her father had classic vehicles and she understood our concerns. As an apology she offered us a bottle of champagne. A nice gesture somewhat ruined by Brian then asking in front of my husband, ?The domestic or the good stuff?? (For the record, we got the domestic. Thanks Brian).Wanting to give the hotel another chance we decided to use the restaurant.
Julie Mon, 27 March 2017
Liked: Big room, very cool. Great big bathroom with jetted tub. Friendly staff and breakfast next door at the maxwell was a nice touch. My only complaint was the tv remote control didn't work well.
Disliked: Tv remote control
Laura Wed, 15 March 2017
Liked: Loved our room and quaintness of property! Great local restaurants!