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Amenities· ATM/Cash machine
· Accessible facilities
· Air conditioning individually controlled in room
· Buffet breakfast
· Casino - (In Area)
· Coffee/Tea maker
· Color television
· Complimentary newspaper in lobby
· Florist - (In Area)
· Free parking
· Golf - (In Area)
· Grocery shopping service available - (In Area)
· High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
· High speed internet connection
· Housekeeping - daily
· Indoor pool
· Indoor pool
· Interior corridors
· Ironing board
· Late check-out available
· Meal included - continental breakfast
· On-Site parking
· Private bathroom
· Safe deposit box
· Satellite television
· Separate closet
· Tennis court - (In Area)
· Voice mail
· Wireless internet connection
· Wireless internet connection in public areas
Room InformationCribs, Connecting rooms, Spare electrical outlet available at desk, Mini-refrigerator, Desk with lamp, Rollaway bed
Kitchenette, Toaster oven, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Oven, Cups/glassware, Silverware/utensils, Pots and pans
DVD player, Mini-refrigerator, Sofa bed
2 queen beds nonsmoking
1 king bed nonsmoking
2 bed suite nonsmoking
1 king bed suite with balcony nonsmoking
· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 11:00 AM
· Time Zone is GMT
· 70 rooms.
· 15 suites.
· 3 floors.
Restaurant InformationOkie's Restaurant
Known for having the best steaks in town, Okie's Restaurant is a local favorite and is about a mile from our hotel in Muskogee, OK. Guests can enjoy the restaurant's wide variety of menu options served according to Okie's remarkably generous proportions.CHILI'S.
AMERICAN, FULL SERVICE.APPLEBEE'S.
AMERICAN, FULL SERVICE.GOLDEN CORRAL
AMERICAN, BUFFET.EL CHICO.
MEXICAN, FULL SERVICE.
Fitness center on-site
Area Attractions- MUSKOGEE CIVIC CENTER.
- MUSKOGEE FAIRGROUNDS.
- COBBLESTONE GOLF CLUB
- COUNTRY CLUB
- EAGLE CREST GOLF COURSE
- Five Civilized Tribes Museum
This museum features the history & artwork of the Five Civilized Tribes: the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole.The museum showcases some of the highest quality artifacts, sculptures, paintings, and other handmade items of the five tribes.- Honor Heights Park
Agency Hill was officially named Honor Heights Park in 1919 in honor of the soldiers of World War 1. Much of the landscaping was done by George Palmer, an English gardner who moved to Muskogee from New York City in 1912 to become the park's first superint- Fort Gibson Historic Site
Anumber of violent episodes on the frontier caused the Army to establish Fort Gibson in 1824. Protecting the Native Americans from each other and from white intruders kept the military busy for most of the next 66 years. The post,built on the Grand River- MUSKOGEE LITTLE THEATRE
This performing arts organization, made up of Muskogee citizens, performs a variety of plays and musicals several times a year. The group also works with variuos community nonprofit groups as well as with Muskogee public schools. Senior citizens may parti- ILLINOIS RIVER FLOAT TRIPS.
Both novice and experienced canoeists enjoy this river as it winds by high bluffs, rocky islands, river birch and giant sycamores. For fishermen, the upper river has smallmouth bass while the lower section is known for its year-round trout fishing, Public- BACONE COLLEGE
The future of higher education in Oklahoma began at this four-year, independent, church-related college in 1880. In 1963, Bacone established the first two-year registered nurse program in Oklahoma. Bacone offers quality educationprograms in more than20 ar- FORT GIBSON LAKE.
This beautiful lake area abounds with recreational activities. The 26-mile-long lake is an excellent playground for those who love swimming, sailing, canoeingor watersking. Hunters can enjoy the 17,300-acre public hunting area full of deer, quail,dove,gee- ANTIQUE MALLS.
- THOMAS FREEMAN HISTORICAL HOME.
This home was built in 1898 by John R. Thomas, a federal judge from 1897-1901. His daughter, Carolyn, married his law partner, Grant Foreman. Together, they became outstanding authorities on Oklahoma history and the Five Civilized Tribes, on which they wr- ATALOA LODGE MUSEUM
Located on the Bacone College campus, this museum was constructed in 1932 as an art lodge. The building was named after Mary Stone McLendon, "ATALOA", whose efforts helpedbuild the lodge. Ataloa's wishwas that the building be filled with traditional craft- WAGONER CITY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
This museum collects, repairs and preserves old clothing. It houses 2,000 garments and 60 adorned dresses. There are also collections of other historical memorabilia locatedthroughout the museum. Wagoner City Historical Museum is open to the public Tuesda- THE CASTLE.
Step back in time to Muskogee's most unique attraction--a castle and medieval village in the heart of Green Country. Come and explore the passageways, fountains and rooms of the Castle. Enjoy the Renaissance Festival in May, fireworks in June and July, th- THREE RIVERS MUSUEM.
Muskogee celebrates its rich, multicultural history at the Three Rivers Museum in the beatifully restored mission-style Midland Valley Railroad Depot. Located where the Arkansas, Verdigris and Grand rivers meet, the Three Rivers region was one of the firs- U.S.S. BATFISH SS-310.
This submarine, named for a ferocious species of fish from the West Indies, was launched in 1943. It experienced unparalleled success in World War 11, sinking three submarines and 11 other vessels. The ship received nine Battle Stars and her crew received