For a high-end shopping experience head to the Northpark Mall, one of the older shopping malls in Oklahoma City. With great restaurants for every taste-bud and over 40 upscale specialty stores, Northpark Mall is in tune with the times.
Online PR News – 02-February-2010 – – Beginning with a grocery store and a four-screen movie theater in 1973, Northpark Mall gradually grew to around 250,000 square feet. Much of the growth of the mall was experienced in the late 1970s and 1980s. This was followed by a slump in the 1990s that resulted in occupancy dropping to around 50%. But the conversion of the four-screen theater to a seven-screen dollar movie theater combined with the addition of strategic stores such as Shoe Gallery and Shogun Steak House of Japan brought success back to Northpark Mall. Today it is as successful as ever and vying for popularity with the other malls of Oklahoma City.
The ultimate experience in affordable hospitality would be the Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center, located only 1.5 miles from the heart of Bricktown, Oklahoma City. 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
• Working Desks with Plug-ins
• Extra Pillows for Comfort
That’s not all! The Bricktown Hotel also offers airport shuttle service to greater satisfy its customers. At $15 per way, it is cheaper than the cab. To help guests check out the city better, the hotel offers free shuttle van service to Bricktown. Customers who’ve reserved the VIP Suite or Business Package are offered exclusive tours in the hotel’s Limited Edition Hummer H2.