A day out in Midtown

Published Friday, July 19, 2019
by Kaylee Terracina

When it comes to a district that has it all, look no further than Midtown. On the northern edge of downtown and just west of Automobile Alley, the Midtown district connects the hustle and bustle of downtown with the stately historic neighborhoods to its north. With a mix of local restaurants, neighborhood pubs and unique shops, it’s the perfect place to spend a day experiencing the best of OKC’s recent urban renaissance.

WHERE TO STAY

The perfect home-base for any Midtown staycation is the Ambassador Hotel, a boutique concept in the historic Osler Building. The Art Deco building was originally constructed in 1928 and served as physician offices and a medical clinic as part of the University of Oklahoma Medical School until 1965. Today, the hotel is part of Marriott's prestigious Autograph collection and has earned a four-diamond rating from AAA. And as an added bonus, Ambassador's rooftop bar has great drinks and one of the best views of the Oklahoma City skyline.

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