Recreation and Relaxation at OKC parks and Bricktown Hotel

Oklahoma City, OK (PressExposure) November 16, 2009 -- If recreation is your idea of fun, you’ll find everything you need at the parks of Oklahoma City. Martin Park Nature Center, Will Rogers Park, the Oklahoma City Zoo, Express Clydesdales Barn and Myriad Botanical Gardens are some of the popular attractions of the city.

The Martin Park Nature Center, with 180 bird species, plants, shrubs and indigenous trees, is certainly a destination you wouldn’t want to miss. You may be able to spot the armadillo, owl, deer or coyote, depending on what time of the year you visit. Other attractions include a squirrel observatory, a freshwater turtle feeding pond, gift shop, museum, and browsing library. The Will Rogers Park features an arboretum with more than 600 plant species, and ponds, groves and picnic grounds. Whatever you do, don’t miss out on the Myriad Botanical Gardens where you’ll find the most varied experience of nature.

The Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center offers weary vacationers a well deserved rest. Located only 1.5 miles from the heart of Bricktown, the hotel offers: • SERTA™ Mattresses in all rooms • Free Wireless Internet (15MB Speed) • Free Continental Breakfast • Stainless Steel Fridges & Microwaves • Complimentary Shuttle Service • New Heat/Air Units • Iron & Ironing Boards • Coffee Makers • Digital Cable TV • Hair-Dryers • Working Desks with Plug-ins • Extra Pillows for Comfort

Airport shuttle service is also provided by Bricktown Hotel at $15 per way, cheaper than the cab, while shuttle van service to Bricktown is also offered. Business Package and VIP Suite guests are chauffeured around in the hotel’s special edition Hummer H2.

[http://www.bricktown-hotel.com]

About Bricktown Hotel

Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center


2001 E. Reno Avenue
Oklahoma, OK 73117
PH: 866-378-0966
Fax: 405.605.4924
[http://www.bricktown-hotel.com]

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Press Release Submitted On: November 16, 2009 at 8:23 pm
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