Editor Pick : Nearby Hotel
Nearby Hotel near Chesapeake Energy Arena
Courtyard By Marriott Okalahoma City Downtown
2 West Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City
Just two blocks from Bricktown, this Courtyard hotel is close to the many shops and hotspots of the entertainment district. Guests will find an atrium lobby, followed by spacious bedrooms featuring a coffee service and large work areas. And there's the indoor pool for that refreshing swim, as well as a hot tub and fitness center.
< 0.1 miles from Chesapeake Energy Arena
t1 min walking
REVIEW SCORE4.31 - Excellent
l Lyman "Staff was very helpful and friendly. Room was clean."
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Editor Pick : Top Rated Hotel
Top Rated Hotel near Chesapeake Energy Arena
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
One Park Avenue, Oklahoma City
This grand hotel makes you want to pull out your dinner jacket and smoking pipe. Think wood-panelling, plush beds and an old-school games room with snooker. But modern-day America also makes an appearance. Guests can sample 42-inch flat-panel TVs, along with an indoor heated pool and health club.
0.5 miles from Chesapeake Energy Arena
v2 mins driving Uber from $5-6
t9 mins walking
Editor Pick : Alternative Hotel
Alternative Hotel near Chesapeake Energy Arena
Holiday Inn Express Oklahoma City Downtown/Bricktown
101 East Main Street, Oklahoma City
Stay close to the action of Bricktown at this hotel, less than half a mile from Chesapeake Energy Arena and Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. The complimentary breakfast buffet includes the signature cinnamon rolls and you can plan out your action-packed day using the free WiFi. Got some energy to burn off? Enjoy the indoor heated pool and fitness center.
0.4 miles from Chesapeake Energy Arena
v2 mins driving Uber from $5-6
t9 mins walking
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What is the surrounding area like?

Downtown Oklahoma City is a lively area. After the game, the streets will fill with the revelry of crowds in the mood for a beer in one of the many local bars and diners. The historic Bricktown District is also nearby. Head in this direction to see renovated warehouses and for boat trips along the canal.

Where are the best places to eat near Chesapeake Energy Arena?

Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse

A ten minute walk from the arena, this classic steakhouse welcomes diners into its large Bricktown restaurant for succulent meats cooked over an open flame. And don't forget those all-important sides. There's grilled rosemary zucchini and fried okra, along with your more traditional options such as creamed corn and fries.

Fuzzy's Taco Shop

Margaritas whiz in blenders behind the counter as diners order up their snacks at this fun shop. Don't be expecting any white table cloths, but you will get fast service and a taco or burrito overflowing with cheese and fillings including shrimp, beef and vegetables.

Bricktown Brewery

Housed in an old candy factory, this place keeps visitors sweet with its handcrafted local beers and microbrews. It's not just about the drinks though. The menu includes offerings like buttermilk fried chicken salad and black angus beef burgers with sweet peppered bacon and shoestring fries. Plus artisan pizzas and meatloaf sandwiches.

What are some 'must do' things to see in the area?

National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum

This museum will tell you the many stories of the American West. Discover the unique artwork and culture of the area's Native Americans, along with the ranch-life and rodeos of cowboys and cowgirls.

UCO Jazz Lab

Got an extra evening in the city? Check out the easygoing vibes of this jazz lounge, styled after the best of New Orleans. Regular performances can be enjoyed along with a beer and pizza.

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What's the best way to get to Chesapeake Energy Arena?

If you want to avoid the traffic, jump on one of the Oklahoma Spirit Trolleyswhich connect several of the offsite parking lots and downtown locations. Alternatively, start planning your drive- the arena is located at 100 West Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City.

How much does food and drink cost?

Prices aren't outrageous: a jumbo hot dog might be $4.50, nachos with cheese and jalapenos $5, cotton candy and pretzels $4.50. You can get a cool one in, too. An average domestic beer can be yours for $6.50, while a domestic draft will stretch to $7.50 or more. After a little vino? Dig into your pocket for around $9.

Does the venue have WiFi?

Yep, you can jump online for free, making it more than easy to upload a selfie.

How much does parking at Chesapeake Energy Arena cost?

There's underground parking in the Cox Convention Center which costs around $8. If this garage is full, try the dozen or so parking lots around the arena that cost $5-20. Or look out for the free spots on nearby streets - you might just get lucky.

What time do doors normally open?

Doors open 90 minutes before the event begins, so you'll have more than enough time to get in a few snacks and find your seats.

Any other information visitors should know?

Some banners are allowed as long as they don't block other people's view. Because signs are great until you get one stuck in your face for the entire game.

Want a face tattoo? Okay, maybe just a temporary one then? Find a Spirit Zone on each level for a bit of fun with tattoos and caricatures.

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Chesapeake Energy Arena Reviews

This venue is ranked #1 of 5 rated venues in Oklahoma City

EXCEPTIONAL (4.7 out of 5)

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Exceptional - 5 out of 5

Mon, 13 January 2014

Enjoyed our time there watching Thunder play!


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Guthrie Wed, 14 August 2013

Attended the Bruno Mars concert. The arena is very nice.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Jay Mon, 11 March 2013

Could see everything even from upper deck. Pre game was awesome - they really put on a good show before and during the game.

Liked: Great atmosphere.
Disliked: Nothing.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Ponca City Mon, 11 February 2013

Attended another Thunder game at the Peake. The staff, although always busy, is very efficient and friendly. There's not a bad seat in the house for the games, even in Loud City.

Liked: Friendly staff.
Disliked: None.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Dallas Mon, 21 January 2013

This was a great venue for a big concert. Loved having the stage in the center where the performers could move around.

Liked: Easy to find everything.


Very Good - 4 out of 5

, Dumas, TX Mon, 21 January 2013

Saw the George Strait concert there and it was very good. The sound was excellent.


Very Good - 4 out of 5

, Dallas, TX Mon, 21 January 2013

Saw a concert here and found the seating comfortable, except for the amount of leg room.

Liked: Staff.
Disliked: Leg room in seats.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Rayne Louisiana Wed, 13 June 2012

Great arena, and the staff was exceptional.

Liked: Staff.
Disliked: None.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Lowell, Arkansas Mon, 4 June 2012

Great place for any exciting event. This game, along with every other time I've attended has been a great experience. GO THUNDER!

Liked: Great environment, staff, and fans!
Disliked: Wish the cup holders weren't only on the end seats.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Poteau, OK Wed, 8 February 2012

We were there to watch WWE Raw on a Monday night. The line was crazy but they got us in to the arena quickly and the whole event was very enjoyable. Would return for sure!

Liked: Had a great time

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