Retro Roadtrip: Desert Hills Motel, Tulsa, OK

The neon green cactus sign welcomes guests to the Desert Hills Motel, a charming mid-century getaway along the Tulsa, Ok stretch of Desert Hills, OklahomaRoute 66. Built in 1953, the building is laid out so that all of the rooms are built on angles.

This unique design optimizes the amount of room space, so that there are large rooms for the relatively small location. All rooms have been recently remodeled to ensure guest comfort and enjoyment.

Amenities include free HBO and local phone calls, guest laundry facilities, and access to kitchenettes. Rooms at the Desert Hills Motel are reasonably priced, starting at just $35.24/night. No pets, please.
Desert Hills Motel – http://www.deserthillstulsa.com

5220 E. 11th St.

Tulsa, OK 74112

(918) 834-3311

Pateldesert@yahoo.com

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