Amsler acknowledged changes are coming to his hotel.
“Like the hospitality industry all round, our North Broadway site resort carries on to be devastated by the international pandemic and its influence on vacation and occasions,” Amsler claimed. “With our hotel’s appealing location, we’re looking at a development toward more compact gatherings in our on-site conference area and hosting leisure tourists and person guests wanting to get out and discover downtown OKC and the Bricktown Entertainment District.”
As the Wyndham Grand indicators go up at 10 N Broadway, indications are set to go up soon at Sheridan and Oklahoma avenues in Bricktown. The 10-story, 182-space new Renaissance will be Bricktown’s initial entire-services hotel when it opens this summertime.
It is staying developed by Tulsa hotelier Andy Patel, who last year opened the five-story, 133-home Fairfield Inn at 10 SW 4 instantly south of the new conference heart.
“We’re about 60% completed, the roof is on, the exterior glass is heading in and the framing is 95% full,” Patel mentioned. “We have brick likely up outdoors, and the drywall is going in on the prime floors.”
The new Renaissance will incorporate a whole-services restaurant and comprehensive bar on the ground stage with an entrance struggling with Sheridan Avenue though the resort foyer entry will face Oklahoma Avenue.
“This will be a increased finish cafe and bar, not just a regular lodge cafe and bar,” Patel mentioned. “It will be a place for outsiders, not just visitors.”
The hotel also will have a physical fitness center and a 3,000-square-foot ballroom.