The GLō Tulsa East Route 66 is now open in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the first of Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ new-build boutique brand to open in the state. It is owned by Champion Hotels Group, led by founder Champak “Champ” Patel, and Jain Hotels led by CEO Jayesh Jain.
The 70-room hotel is near the Tulsa Port of Catoosa and Tulsa International Airport. Other nearby attractions include the Tulsa Zoo, Oklahoma Aquarium, ONEOK Field, BOK Center, The Gathering Place, LaFortune Park, Rogers Point park and the Catoosa Activity Center. Hotel amenities include a meeting area and workspaces as well as a fitness center.
“This hotel is the perfect addition to the Catoosa and Tulsa area,” Patel said.
“We are thrilled to introduce the GLō brand to Oklahoma,” Jain said. “This property provides the ideal boutique look and feel with the modern amenities and service offerings today’s travelers expect.”
Last year, Patel received the Premier Legacy Award from Choice Hotels International at the opening of the company’s 65th Annual Conference in Las Vegas