Best Western brings GLō brand to Oklahoma

The GLō Tulsa East Route 66 is close to the Tulsa Port of Catoosa and the Tulsa International Airport. Photo credit: Best Western

Best Western Hotels & Resorts has opened the GLō Tulsa East Route 66, the brand’s debut in Oklahoma. The property is close to the Tulsa Port of Catoosa and the Tulsa International Airport.
“GLō’s contemporary design will stand out as an exceptional boutique offering in the Oklahoma market,” said Brad LeBlanc, SVP and chief development officer. “With its modern touches, GLō is a fantastic representation of how today’s Best Western is constantly innovating.”
The 70-room hotel has large common areas, a meeting area to gather or network, workspaces and a fitness center. Guestrooms have in-room workstations, gel-topped signature mattresses and space-saving bathrooms.
“We are thrilled to introduce the GLō brand to Oklahoma,” said Jayesh Jain, co-owner of the hotel. “This property provides the ideal boutique look and feel with the modern amenities and service offerings today’s travelers expect.”
GLō hotels are already welcoming guests in key cities throughout North America including Brooklyn, New York; Asheville, N.C.; Ottawa, Ontario; DeSoto, Texas; Lexington, Ky.; and Nashville.

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