By GRANT ROWL
The 2020 New Year came in with positive fun for many in the greater Tulsa area. Among the fun spots celebrants were Tulsa’s Gathering Place and the new Tulsa Club Hotel.
Gathering Place had been transformed into a Winter Wonderland. Winter Wonderland, presented by American Airlines, spread holiday cheer with nightly entertainment, a special snow show, a holiday train and lights shining throughout Chapman Adventure Playground.
The Tulsa Club Hotel held its first New Year’s Eve celebration, the Emerald Ball. Guests experienced sophistication and style at the event. The Tulsa Club Hotel, a Curio Collection by Hilton, is located in the Deco District of historic downtown Tulsa. It is in walking distance to over 50 restaurants, shopping and major downtown attractions such as the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and the breathtaking Boston Avenue corridor.
The Tulsa Club Hotel is a historic gem for Tulsa that once was the epicenter for the elite. The building boasts a 1927 Art Deco architectural style designed by world-renowned architect Bruce Goff. It offers more than 7,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space including a stunning ballroom for up to 400. The ballroom also connects to more flexible options with a one of a kind rooftop meeting space that includes a large boardroom overlooking the historic Deco District. All guest rooms offer a unique layout and modern décor, a desk with vanity, a 55-inch TV and remote-controlled window pieces. The suites offer additional space, upgraded amenities and magnificent views.
Tulsa Club Hotel offers a classic, sophisticated restaurant serving French cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and room service until 11 p.m. Guests can experience high-end service and happy hour specials in the lively lobby lounge, where they can enjoy glamorous cocktails and a vibrant 1920s ambience. The hotel also offers an exercise regimen in the Health Club Gym, with upgraded cardio and training equipment. The hotel’s business center is also available for those catching up on work.