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Family celebrates anniversary together WHERE?

Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Family celebrates anniversary together WHERE?

It's been a tradition in our family to celebrate our wedding anniversary together as a family. We live in Tulsa and have stayed at various hotels. Our children enjoy swimming and my husband HAS to have a whirlpool/hot tub.

22 years of marriage. We can afford a nicer hotel, but since it's January, we aren't too keen on planning a stay too far outside of Tulsa for fear of ugly weather.

Any ideas for AWESOME hotels/ cabins with family in mind?


Bixby, Oklahoma
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1. Re: Family celebrates anniversary together WHERE?

In Tulsa, my favorite for a weekend getaway is the Renaissance Hotel at 71st & Hwy 169. They have a nice big indoor pool, hot tub and sauna. The Renaissance is the only AAA 4-Diamond rated hotel in Tulsa and its restaurant, The Cyprus Grille, is also very good.

If you are up to a road trip, consider trying the Great Wolf Lodge in Kansas City, KS, or Grapevine, TX (http://www.greatwolflodge.com). These are part of a chain of all-suite hotels with a north-woods theme that feature indoor water parks. There is also the Grand Country Resort (http://www.grandcountry.com) in Branson that features its own indoor water park called Splash Country.

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