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CNU's roomblock is currently full. You can still book rooms with these two hotels directly through the links below.
1 N Broadway Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
One Park Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Travel to OKC:
Will Rogers World Airport offers nonstop air service to 28 U.S. destinations, including West and East coast cities. Eight commercial carriers serve Will Rogers, with an average of 72 total daily departures.
- Atlanta | Delta Airlines
- Austin | American Airlines, Southwest Airlines
- Charlotte | American Airlines
- Chicago Midway | Southwest Airlines
- Chicago O'Hare | American Airlines, United Airlines
- Dallas Fort Worth | American Airlines
- Denver | Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines
- Destin - Ft Walton | Allegiant Airlines (Seasonal)
- Houston Hobby | Southwest Airlines
- Houston Intercontinental | United Airlines
- Las Vegas | Allegiant airlines, Southwest Airlines
- Los Angeles | Allegiant Airlines, American airlines
- Miami International | American Airlines
- Minneapolis | Delta Airlines
- Nashville | Southwest Airlines
- New Orleans | Southwest Airlines
- New York Laguardia | American Airlines
- Orlando | Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines
- Orlando-Sanford | Allegiant Airlines (Seasonal)
- Phoenix | American Airlines, Southwest Airlines
- Salt Lake City | Delta Airlines
- Seattle | Alaska Airlines
- St. Louis | Southwest Airlines
- Tampa | Southwest Airlines
- Washington National | American Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Visit FlyOKC.com to learn more.
Train and Bus Options
The Heartland Flyer connects Oklahoma City to Fort Worth, TX daily and can be combined with a trip on the Texas Eagle which travels between Chicago and San Antonio with stops in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. The Amtrak Thruway Connector connects Newton and Wichita, KS with OKC and is another option for those looking to combine train and bus travel. Also check out Jefferson Lines which offers bus service from many Midwest cities with stops in Tulsa and Bartlesville, OK.
Visitors to OKC have a convenient new way to move around downtown. The Oklahoma City Streetcar, with beautiful green, blue and pink cars, connect visitors to hotels, dining and attractions throughout Downtown, Bricktown, Automobile Alley and Midtown. Seven cars run on two loops, with varying schedules six days a week. With 22 platforms on the 4.7-mile loop, passengers only need to walk a couple blocks to find a platform.
Taxis are available at downtown hotels and the Transportation Plaza at Will Rogers World Airport. The plaza can be accessed from baggage claim on the lower level of the terminal. Average fare from Will Rogers World Airport to downtown Oklahoma City is $25.
Travel by Transit
EMBARK buses serve much of the Oklahoma City metro area. Each route’s hours of operation vary, but many popular routes run about every 30 minutes during the weekday and every 60 minutes on Saturday. The Downtown Discovery is a free transit service with stops located throughout downtown and Bricktown. To learn more, visit embarkok.com or call (405) 235-7433.
Travel by Bike
Experience downtown Oklahoma City with bike tours and rentals with Ride OKC—offering insight into the unique history, art, architecture, craft beer and local food. To learn more, visit rideokc.com or call (405) 309-9696.
Spokies is Oklahoma City’s only bike share program, and the best way to cruise around downtown and through many of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods. With bikes available at eight stations and several pricing packages, it’s easy to start your ride immediately. Visit SpokiesOKC.com for more information.
Travel by Scooter
Lime Scooters are lightweight, electric scooters that are easy to maneuver and ideal for quick commutes. Lime is raising the bar on shared electric transportation in Oklahoma City. To learn more, visit li.me/electric-scooter or download the Lime app here.
Oklahoma City is serviced by both Uber and Lyft.
Getting your travel documents well in advance of your travel dates is important. If you require a visa, the application process could be lengthy. In some countries, it can take many months. We strongly suggest you begin as soon as possible.
Do I need a visa?
All travelers entering the United States must present either a machine-readable passport or a visa. If you do NOT have a machine-readable passport, or you are from a country that does NOT participate in the Visa Waiver Program, you must apply for a visa. Check for updates on machine-readable passports and waiver-eligible countries on the United States government's visa website to see what requirements apply to your visit: the US Visa website.
What is involved in applying for a visa?
The visa application most often includes an interview. At your visa interview, you should demonstrate you are traveling to the United States on business for a limited time, not as an immigrant. Your interview may require the following documentation: