Travelocity Verified Review
"This hotel was very disappointing. We were stopping through OK City on the way to New Mexico and Aspen, Colorado. We wanted a cool hotel for the night. When we got there, there was a sign on the street for valet parking but no valet. We drove around the block three times and decided to park in the lot across the street after talking to a fellow on the street there. It cost $33 for the night. Ridiculous.
Then we got all of our stuff and hoofed it to the hotel entrance. Homeless guy was sleeping on the bench by front door. We go in to check in and told the desk clerk about the sign for valet. He said, “we don’t have valets any more due to covid.” I suggested they take their sign down and got no reaction. For $200 a night in OK City they should have free parking. They had it in Aspen where the real estate costs about 20 times as much as OK City.
Elevator was slow and dirty. Scotch tape residue all over it. Room was OK but toilet paper holder was falling off the wall. No ice available on our floor. Machine broken.
When we went to check out the next morning, I asked where the breakfast was (supposed to be provided) and was told they no longer have that. The homeless dude from the bench was roaming the parking lot looking inside cars parked there.
Bottom line was no services at all and poor attitude of workers—especially for that price (you can get a room for half that in OK City). Parking was ridiculous. "
A verified traveler stayed at AC Hotel by Marriott Oklahoma City Bricktown