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Looking for unique places to stay in Oklahoma? Well, The Sooner State will surely surprise you! From rustic retreats to swanky spots to au naturel retreats (keep reading!), here are 10 unique places to stay in Oklahoma for a totally memorable experience:

Treehouse Rentals in Oklahoma

Oklahoma has some wonderful natural areas to explore. And what better way to immerse yourself in nature than by staying in a treehouse or a cabin growing out of the forest? These two unique and delightful cabins will wow you with scenic views and cozy amenities.

Tiny Home Rentals in Oklahoma

Tiny home living is becoming a pretty hot trend these days. If you want to give it a try before you buy so to speak – these two rentals are certainly a good way to see if it’s a good fit. Even if you don’t plan on buying your own tiny house, these charming properties make for a lovely vacation.

Farm Houses for Rent in Oklahoma

You might be surprised to find there are some pretty luxury farmhouse rentals in Oklahoma. Whether you enjoy a stay on a family farm or a renovated farmhouse with high-end features, Oklahoma can deliver both.

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Extra Unique Rentals in Oklahoma

If you are looking for cool and quirky, these two rentals are a little more interesting than a budget motel with a tiny swimming pool.

Curly Slide Cabins for Rent in Oklahoma

As if a cabin in Oklahoma isn’t cool enough, let’s throw in a giant curly slide and see if we can have even more fun. These fun places to stay in Oklahoma will have the entire family screaming with delight.

As you can see, Oklahoma has some pretty amazing rentals. Whether your idea of the perfect getaway is a cozy bed and breakfast or you want something cool and creative like a treehouse rental, Oklahoma can deliver. After seeing these unique places to stay in Oklahoma we hope you are inspired to take that vacation you’ve been putting off for far too long. Which of these rentals excites you the most? Pick your favorite and tell us about it with a comment.

Of, course, there are so many more fun and interesting places to stay in Oklahoma. Here are a few more vacation rentals you can add to your bucket list.

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Unique Places To Stay In Oklahoma

What are the best unique hotels in Oklahoma?


Oklahoma has many wonderful boutique and historic hotels to make your stay unforgettable. There is the 21c Museum Hotel, which is essentially a contemporary art museum and boutique hotel. Or the Bradford House, which is a cute and cozy chic hotel that will make you smile. Or even the iconic Ambassador Hotel, which is an OKC 1920s hotel filled with old-world charm. And we can't forget the Colcord Hotel built in 1910 which was the very first skyscraper in OKC. If you love unique hotels in Oklahoma, here are a few more to tickle your fancy:

  • Choctaw Casino Resort, Durant, OK: This resort in southeastern Oklahoma is so swanky, you'll feel like a Vegas high roller! With 7,400 slot machines, over 100 gaming tables, an entire room dedicated to poker, 16 on-site restaurants, six movie theaters, private cabanas by the pool, and pretty posh hotel rooms, this is a luxury vacation that needs to be bumped up to the top of your bucket list.
  • The Mayo Hotel, Tulsa, OK: This beautiful historic art-deco hotel in the heart of downtown Tulsa has a luxurious 1920s feel with a modern boutique hotel experience. With stunning apartment-style accommodations, you can pick from 76 different spaces ranging from 750 to 2,800 square feet of pure luxury. Be sure to pack your finest dancing accouterments and hit the elegant and breathtaking Crystal Ballroom to dance the night away.
  • The Skirvin Hilton, Oklahoma City, OK: This historic 1911 hotel located near the Cox Convention Center in the Bricktown Entertainment District is a wonderful way to enjoy Oklahoma's rich hotel history in a magnificently charming way. Swing by the jazz and piano bar for live music. Grab some grub at the farm-to-table Park Avenue Grill, or enjoy even more live music at The Red Piano both decked out in the finest historic decor. You are right in the action of OKC with easy access to the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens or the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
  • Happy Days Hotel, McAlester, OK: This themed hotel is family-owned and operated, and they want to take you back to the "good ole' days"... the Happy Days. (You're welcome for getting that theme song stuck in your head, by the way) With 50s-style guest rooms, all decked out in memorabilia from your favorite decade, this is the best hotel for a weekend trip to remember.


Where are the most unique getaways in Oklahoma?


Whether you are looking for charming locations like ‌Medicine Park, a vintage cobblestone resort town, or you are looking for unique places to stay like an old train car, we have some pretty interesting and unique getaways in Oklahoma for you to look into:

  • Island Guest Ranch, Ames, OK: Stay at this 5,000-acre working cattle ranch and feel like a real cowboy. You might even think you are in the wild, wild west. Go horseback riding, learn to rope cattle, or go on a guided hunting trip for waterfowl, pheasant, or deer. All while staying at an authentic family-owned ranch on beautiful Oklahoma prairie grassland.
  • Oaklake Trails Naturist Resort, Depew, OK: Um, yeah, THAT kind of naturist resort, as in clothing optional. If you enjoy the sensation of the warm sun on your skin, and a tickling breeze all over your bits, this is a wonderful vacation for the more adventurous among us. Eat at Bare Buns Bistro (yes really), rent a cabin, or try skinny dipping in the pool. This is truly an unforgettable experience.
  • Roman Nose State Park, Watonga, OK: Oklahoma has plenty of wonderful cabin rentals, but this is a bit more unique - At Roman Nose State Park, you can stay in a teepee! Of course, they do have cabins too, but the teepee rentals are a big hit, and offer a unique glamping experience.
  • Rebel Hill Guest Ranch, Antlers, OK: This 1911 restored passenger train is rustic chic. Stay at a working horse ranch in a Victorian train car on the property. How cool! Besides the horses on the ranch, enjoy the zebras and many other animals that roam the property in this totally unique experience.


Where are some cozy cabins in Oklahoma?

If "hygge" is your love language, you'll enjoy these 10 cozy cabins in Oklahoma. We're talking Hallmark-movie-level cozy: fireplaces, beautiful natural scenery, and so much charm. One of our very favorite places to stay is Keystone State Park. This beautiful park offers 22 cozy cabins complete with full amenities including satellite television and fireplaces. Cabin sizes vary from one bedroom to multiple bedrooms -- and some are even pet-friendly, so even Fido can be cozy.

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