The Omni Hotel, which will now be the city's largest, is opening its doors to guests in downtown Oklahoma City Tuesday.
The developers hope that this will be a place for both locals and out of town guests to not only stay but also do business.
One of the things that makes this hotel special is the design. The general manager, Steve Keenan said the hotel will have tributes to the sooner state sprinkled throughout the building.
“You will see a lot about the natural textiles that you will see in Oklahoma, the natural wood, stone, leather throughout the hotel,” said Keenan.
There are 605 rooms making this hotel the largest in the state!
It also has seven different restaurant concepts, a spa, and an elevated rooftop pool, so there are plenty of ways to stay entertained if you and your family decide to have a little staycation.
Something some people may find interesting, they are also catering to professional athletes with some guest rooms designed with larger door frames, taller ceilings, showerheads, and longer beds.
The development of the hotel is a $241 million investment and is part of a public-private partnership with Oklahoma City.
Once large crowds can gather again the hotel has over 78,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space that can be used for meetings and conferences. There are also seven different restaurant concepts for people to enjoy.
In a Facebook post, Mayor David Holt said in the future there are plans to add to the lower scissortail park, renovate union station, make enhancements to Chesapeake arena, Thunder Alley, and Boulevard Place.