Osage Casino Hotel implements mobile key

Guests at the Osage Casino Hotel Tulsa no longer will have plastic keycards. Photo credit: OpenKey

The recently expanded Osage Casino Hotel in Tulsa, Okla., has partnered with OpenKey for mobile key. The casino and hotel are operated under the Osage Nation. With the latest addition of OpenKey’s keyless room access, the casino and hotel continue to augment its guest service offerings.

Last August, the all-new Osage Casino Hotel in Tulsa reopened its doors after undergoing a major expansion project. In addition to 80,000 square feet of gaming space, the casino features live entertainment, dining and a brewery. Other amenities include 16,000 square feet of banquet and meeting space, a 45,000-square-foot event center, a gift shop and a fitness center. The hotel offers 141 rooms, including seven suites and four hospitality suites. 

“At Osage Casino Hotel, we continue to look for opportunities that can further enrich our current services,” Osage Nation CEO Byron Bighorse said in a statement. “Our recent expansion speaks to us putting comfort and a one-of-a-kind experience first. We are confident that with OpenKey’s innovative technology we’ll be able to take the guest experience to new heights.”

Guests at the Osage Casino Hotel Tulsa will be able to enjoy their gambling time and entertainment without being concerned about a plastic keycard. In addition, they can receive room assignments, hotel directions and Wi-Fi access information directly to their smartphones via the OpenKey app.

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