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Guest Rooms3,000
Guest rooms at 1 hotel236 guest rooms
Special event venues
Average room rate
Daily food cost
Occupancy rate4%
Tax rate8.25%



Why Choose Our Destination?

If you’re planning a meeting or event, then Norman, Okla., can help you get down to business. Consider: • Our convenient central location. Norman is centrally located in Oklahoma and the United States sitting on Interstate 35. I-40 and I-44 are 15 and 20 minutes to the north respectively. Norman is 20 minutes from Will Rogers World Airport. • Our value. Norman hotels and conference centers are competitively priced while still offering all the amenities attendees’ desire. • Our venues. Norman is home of the National Weather Center, the National Center for Employee Development and The University of Oklahoma. The Embassy Suites and Conference Center-Norman has been awarded the 2009 and 2010 Connie Award – Hilton’s highest award for overall quality and service. Once off the clock, Norman's culture, entertainment and dining is always close at hand. OKLAHOMA’S BUSINESS-FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AND PEOPLE-FRIENDLY HOSPITALITY. NORMAN, WHERE GREAT THINGS {MEET}.

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Distance from airport

  • Will Rogers World Airport

    32.19 km from city center

  • Max Westheimer Airport

    8.05 km from city center


Local Attractions

Jimmie Austin Golf Course

3 mi. away
Noted for its Great Plains beauty and uniquely challenging design, the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club is perennially rated among the most outstanding venues in the region and hosted the prestigious U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in 2009. The clubhouse is adorned in regalia honoring past British Open Champion Todd Hamilton, multiple PGA TOUR winners and arguably the greatest amateur of all-time in Charlie Coe, all golfing legends that graced this on-campus masterpiece during their collegiate careers at the University of Oklahoma.
1 Par Drive

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

2 mi. away
The University of Oklahoma's Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is one of the nation's finest university art museums. Featuring a new wing designed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen, the museum's extraordinary collection includes major works by some of the most beloved artists of all time, such as Van Gogh, Degas, Renoir, Monet, Gauguin, Hopper, O'Keeffe, Ansel Adams, Allan Houser, Nicolai Fechin, Leon Gaspard and others.
555 Elm Avenue

Lake Thunderbird State Park

10 mi. away
If you wish to participate in the sport or recreational offerings in and around Norman, 13 miles east of town is Lake Thunderbird State Park - 86 miles of shoreline fun! The park is popular throughout the year for water sports, hiking and biking trails, camping, eagle watches, and hayrides. Deer archery and waterfowl hunting is available in specified areas during the season.

Discovery Cove Nature Center

Discovery Cove features displays of native snakes and animals, furs and artifacts. It also offers programs throughout the year, including fishing clinics, Dutch oven cooking, trail hikes, and animal tracking. A Park Naturalist is available for group programs outside of the park. Open 5 days a week, depending on the season.
1201 Clear Bay Ave.

Riverwind Casino

5 mi. away
Adult adventurers can be swept away by the state's largest casino. The Riverwind Casino's pulse-pounding gaming floor features 2,200 electronic games, 55 poker and blackjack tables and a Racer's Off Track Betting Parlor. A food court and various restaurants allow for your every necessary need. Schedule a visit around performances by legendary national artists like Tony Bennett, Foreigner, George Jones, Melissa Etheridge, Train and comedian Howie Mandell.
1544 W. Hwy. 9

Sooner Theatre

3 blocks away
In the heart of downtown Norman sits the Grande Dame of the city, the historic Sooner Theatre. The Spanish Gothic theatre is the year-round host for concerts, movies, theatrical shows, and more. Check their website for upcoming events and tickets.
101 E. Main St.
Norman, OK, US 73069

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

2 mi. away
Six breathtaking galleries give you an in-depth tour of more than 500 million years of Oklahoma's fascinating natural history. Explore Oklahoma's indigenous people, native landscapes and dinosaurs including the worlds largest Apatosaurus and a Guinness-World-Record-Holding Pentaceratops. Then enjoy the hands-on exploration and fun of the discovery room. The Special Exhibitions Gallery offers several traveling exhibitions through the year, so there is always something new to see.
2401 Chautauqua

Hey Day

5 mi. away
Hey Day offers fun for every person, party or group! Experience their 7,000 square foot, two-level laser tag arena and cross bridges, travel up and down ramps, hide behind illuminated pillars, and weave between arches and passageways. Hey Day’s 18-hole mini-golf course features varying elevations, accented by rippling streams, ponds, waterfalls, a bridge, beautiful landscaping and even some sand traps! Meanwhile, the Team Building program is exclusive to HeyDay and combines the fun of laser tag with the educational material of Jeff Janssen’s “Peak Performance” system, a nationally known author and recognized expert in team building programs.
3201 Market Place
Norman, OK, US 73072



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