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Lonestar Hospitality of Houston, Texas, Opens the Comfort Suites Tulsa Airport after $450,000 Renovation


TULSA, Okla. (May 7, 2004) - The Comfort Suites Airport recently opened here at 1737 South 101st Avenue.
Formerly a First Hotel, the hotel underwent a $450,000 renovation that included the redesign of the lobby area with the addition of a new concierge desk, addition of a fitness center, upgrades to the breakfast area and pool area, and improved outdoor landscaping. 

New furniture, paint, lighting draperies, art décor and wall coverings were added throughout the hotel.  All guestrooms were updated with new bedding, carpet, wall coverings, paint, furniture and televisions. 

The Comfort Suites Airport
1737 South 101st Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Owned and operated by Lonestar Hospitality of Houston, Texas, the Comfort Suites Airport features 57 suites with king- or double-size beds, microwave, refrigerator, sofabed, iron, ironing board, remote-control cable television, work desk, free wireless Internet access, iron, ironing board and hairdryer.  Some suites also feature a whirlpool tub. Handicapped and non-smoking rooms are available.

The hotel features a heated indoor pool and hot tub, breakfast area that seats up to 16 individuals and exercise facility.

Located 6 miles from Tulsa International Airport, the Comfort Suites Airport is conveniently located to the Tulsa’s most popular attractions including the Expo Center, Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum, Cheery Street District and Oklahoma State University. 

Comfort Suites hotels are franchised by Choice Hotels International (NYSE: CHH).  There currently are 382 Comfort Suites brand hotels open and 81 under development worldwide, representing 155,325 rooms. 

Loida Lebron
Comfort Suites 
Tel: (918) 628-0900

Also See: Procaccianti Group Spending $4.5 million to Move Tulsa's Doubletree Hotel Away From the Traditional Three-restaurant, One-ballroom Formula Common During the 1980s / April 2004
Vacant Camelot Inn in Tulsa Sold for $5.1 million; Hotel Contents, Including More than 10,000 Items, to be Liquidated / Jan 2002

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