I’m traveling for work, and this room was booked late, since we needed a block of rooms near where we are working. I read recent reviews that said rooms were clean, and that’s a concern during Covid. However, the linens, desk, sink, shower, were all clean. I noticed a few things that were missed like some coffee on the coffeemaker, some dust on a lamp, and the heat apparently hadn’t been run recently (tonight was the first time the temp dropped into the high 30s in the area). But, the front desk staff was nice, the pool is on limited hours, but it’s open, and the workout room had extra cleaning supplies available.
There was a large group of electrical or utility contractors, with a bunch of service trucks in the lot. So, this seems to cater heavily to work travelers, and I imagine it gets a fair number of people visiting family stationed at Tinker. I expected something on the cheaper, more spartan end of hotels, but even with reduced Covid service, it was stylish and in better condition than I expected.
The room had a comfortable king bed, oddly mismatched chair and ottoman (maybe intentional, for the color scheme??), fridge and microwave, and a good iron that worked well. I didn’t even turn the TV on. Everything else worked as expected. I only have two complaints. They use the blue-white LED lighting in almost every light in the hotel, which gives the entire hotel a harsh, industrial feel. I’ve always found it unpleasant, and with five different lights of that type in the room, it gave the room a depressingly harsh feel. The other thing is noise. The hotel is right by a major highway, and I could hear road noise most of the night, and all morning. I also heard music, apparently coming from the restaurant next door. I have a sleep tracker in my watch, so I know for a fact that I slept well. However, my wife probably would have been up and down several times. Some folks may want a white noise machine or app or ear plugs...
Neither of those things were so serious that I felt like there was a major issue, but while traveling during Covid, you’re probably going to spend more time in a hotel room than going out. It better be comfortable. It was fine for a night, but your mileage may vary. less