Skirvin Hilton, OK

National Register of Historic Places
A History of Hosting
A History of Hosting

Skirvin's daughter Perle Mesta, famed hostess, was the inspiration for the Broadway hit Call Me Madam.

State of the Art Swimming
State of the Art Swimming

This swimming pool at the Skirvin Hilton is available to all guests and is one of several health related amenities.

Dining Options
Dining Options

The Park Avenue Grill serves American cuisine fused with the flavor of the Southwest. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers 24-hour room service. The Red Piano Lounge is a laid back spot for cocktails.

The Skirvin Name
The Skirvin Name

The Skirvin Hilton takes its name from famed oil and businessman William "Bill" Skirvin. Skirvin came west and staked out his holdings in the Run of 1889. He later moved to Texas, where he made a fortune in land development and oil.

Historic Rooms with Modern Perks
Historic Rooms with Modern Perks

The 225 guestrooms at the Skirvin Hilton feature the historic style of its era, with modern touches such as wireless connectivity and dataports.

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Skirvin Hilton

The Skirvin Hilton, built in 1911 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2008 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Historic Hotels of America is the official program...[more]


1 Park Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone:+1 800 678 8946

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In downtown Oklahoma City, near the state capitol and the OU Medical Center, within walking distance of the historic Bricktown restaurants and nightclubs, the Ford Center, Cox Convention Center, the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, and the canal shops and barge rides. Will Rogers World Airport: 10 miles, 15 minutes.

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