Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Near Bricktown
1750 East Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
Phone: (405) 278-7250
Fax: (405) 278-7260
This massive, modern hospital offers state-of-the-art neurosurgery with the region's only gamma knife that allows doctors to operate on brain tumors without making an incision. The hospital also features a level one trauma center, cancer treatment and research, critical care, an award-winning pediatrics unit, pulmonary care and cystic fibrosis treatment.
An academy that is dedicated to music, the Academy of Contemporary Music is a musician's dream realized. First founded in London, the school focuses on providing students with an opportunity to work with professionals in an encouraging environment. In the downtown area of Oklahoma City, this academy is a joint venture of the academy in London and the University of Central Oklahoma. Housed in a former warehouse, the academy features a Music IT Suite, a Roland V-Drum Room, and a Teaching Studio. See the website to know more.
This one million square-foot convention center, formerly the Myriad, hosts so many different kinds of events in the Oklahoma City area. Aside from being the home rink of the Blazers hockey team and the home arena of the Wranglers arena football team, this newly renovated center is the place to see great concerts, basketball tournaments and conventions. Plus there are brand-new banquet rooms for smaller meetings and events. The location, right in the heart of downtown and a short walk to Bricktown is perfect.
Yellow cabs are synonymous to any city in US and the same stands true for Oklahoma City as well. In fact, these taxicabs can be flagged on the street anytime, anywhere. The Yellow Cab company offers a large fleet of vehicles that are available on call and are handled by experienced drivers. The rates are reasonable and its a quick option to get around the city.
Why waste time hunting for a taxi on Oklahoma streets, when there are some really good radio taxi services like Checker Cab! The company offers anytime taxi dispatch service, so just call them, and have them pick you from your doorstep. Their service is efficient, and extremely safe when you are looking at traveling late.
Oklahoma City is the second largest city in geographical size in mainland U.S. It offers the best of city life, with its historic Stockyards area giving you a feel of the Old West and the Bricktown area offering you the best of nightlife in town. A variety of museums displaying the best of western heritages and art galleries housing some priceless collections are sure to delight connoisseurs. Theaters and music halls, as well as parks and recreation centers, promise both entertainment and adventure to its residents.
This 102-bed facility specializes in orthopedic care from surgery to physical therapy. It is recognized as the top joint replacement facilities in the country. A fully staffed emergency room is ready around the clock to handle orthopedic trauma and job-site emergencies. Ample parking is available.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
A day at this fitness center is a great way to spend some time. There are racquetball courts, basketball courts and even volleyball courts. Take a class in aerobics, cardio kickboxing, tae kwon do or yoga. Ladies, check out the women-only fitness area. There is also a giant co-ed fitness area with cardio equipment, free weights and five brands of strength-training equipment. Enjoy a dip in the largest Jacuzzi in the state (8,000 gallons), or one of three types of saunas, wet, dry and Vick's eucalyptus (to clear colds). Memberships are available.
Adjacent to, and affiliated with, Integris Baptist Hospital you will find this to be a great basic gym. Everyone is welcome, there are lots of older folks who work out here, and plenty of muscle-heads, too. There is an indoor/outdoor track, weight and cardiovascular machines and two racquetball courts. You can get a massage, see a dietitian or take an aerobics or a spinning class. The nice folks here provide shampoo, conditioner, hair spray, toothpaste, mouthwash and towels in the locker rooms.
First Baptist Church of Moore's history dates back to 1890 albeit a building was later built in 1898. The current structure is of two floors and consists of the Atrium Event Center, worship Center, recreational zone, offices and different segments for the church's ministries. They hold traditional and contemporary services on Sundays and have bible studies on Wednesdays and Sundays.
With more than 500 beds, this hospital is staffed and equipped to handle respiratory therapy, rehabilitative services including physical, occupational, speech therapy and cardiac rehabilitation; pulmonary laboratory, ECG and EEG services; radiology services including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT scan, biplane angiography, digital subtraction angiography and cardiac ultrasound; nuclear medicine and radiation therapy; hyperbaric medicine trauma and surgery.