This Mediterranean-style Tulsa landmark was introduced in 1929 to provide upscale temporary housing for oil barons and their families. Subsequent years after, it was used as a commercial apartment hotel and a senior retirement center until it closed entirely in 1982. Fifteen years later, the hotel was renovated by Paul Coury and his team, restoring the building to its early day elegance. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places.
Opening Summer 2012 in the Power and Light District in Kansas City. The former Gate City National Bank building will be transformed into a chic, independent boutique hotel. Built in 1920, the seven-story structure exhibits the neoclassical style favored at the time. The building will retain the striking architecture that put it on the National Register of Historic Places. Lobby walls and a curved staircase to the lower level are sheathed in marble and will remain following the renovation.
Completed in 1910, the Colcord Building was Oklahoma’s first sky-scraper and a prime commercial address for more than 90 years. In 2006, the Ambassador Hotel Collection opened the historic building as a luxury boutique hotel, preserving its trademark elegance and architectural details. The hotel showcases original elements such as a stunning marble foyer, ornamental terra-cotta, and nickel and bronze accents. Listed on the National Register for Historic Places.
The McBirney Mansion is both central and serene—a private retreat located in the heart of Uptown Tulsa on a crest overlooking the Arkansas River. Guests are treated to a rare blend of luxury and ease. It is a majestic, gothic style Tudor mansion situated on three acres of lush grounds and stone pathways that lead to spring-fed ponds. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Mansion was built in 1927 and introduces our guests to the pleasure of living, if only for a night, in a landmark Tulsa estate.
The Ashton Hotel is a combination of two historic landmarks restored to their original architectural styles. The six-story Italianate building, constructed in 1915, maintained its original wrought iron balconies, decorative brick patterning and cast stone. The attached two-story building, built in 1890, was connected in 1937 and showcases a restored Victorian-style facade. The Ambassador Hotel Collection added The Ashton to its portfolio in 2008 and made significant interior design, decor and quality improvements. Both buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper is home to the Price Tower Inn. Built in 1956, the Inn welcomed its first guests in 2004. Under the management of the Ambassador Hotel Collection beginning in 2008, the Inn was upgraded with the finest amenities, services and quality dining. The Inn and Museum were named one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 100 New Hotels."