Hospitality never goes out of style

If buildings could talk, the Colcord would tell you it's seen some changes over the last century - from its own contemporary renovations to the burgeoning development of nearby businesses.

When the Colcord Building was completed in 1910, at 12 stories, it was the first skyscraper in Oklahoma City. Every luxury of the time was incorporated in the construction, many of which remain today: The original marble still adorns the columns and walls of the main lobby; the original nickel and bronze letterbox and elevator doors still shine; and the original ornamental plaster ceiling still crowns the space. This landmark was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

Though the building's trademark elegance and historic architectural elements have been preserved, the revamped Colcord now has an updated style and is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies that suit the needs of our guests.