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Oklahoma's boutique hotels

TravelOK.com has a look at some boutique hotels across the state. While some don't quite fit the image of the traditional small, high end boutique hotel (one on the list has more than 200 rooms) they all score highly on service and overall experience on TripAdvisor and other ratings sites.

Among perhaps the most unique is The Inn at Price Tower in Bartlesville. While the  Skirvin and Ambassador Hotel in Tulsa are beautiful buildings, it's pretty hard to top Frank Lloyd Wright when it comes to architectural design chops.

The 19-story tower opened in the 1950's and is currently on a list of places that could be designated World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Rooms start at $135 and go up to $245 per night according to the hotel's website.

The hotel also houses a restaurant and frequently hosts art exhibition, among other events. 

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