Since I was traveling alone of course I got the small room next to the elevators. The representative did move me to a suite when I challenged my assigned room. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom and shower and linens were all wonderful. However, I experienced a problem reported in many other reviews. The ventilation, in my room, was very much like a wind tunnel. The noise is over-powering. Read some of the other reviews and believe it. It was hard to sleep with that level of noise. The restaurant was below average. I did like the attached security garage. It was expressed to me that "a whole lot of money was spent on the Tulsa Club." Unfortunately, the HVAC received none of those funds and, sure the furnishings in the lobby, the linens in the rooms were sumptuous and comfortable. I'm not a fan of rain shower heads. However, at that price point those accoutrements are expected and for the same prices that the restaurant charges one can dine at the Polo Club in Utica Square and experience something quite first class. True luxury, in my opinion, is to be able to sleep soundly, without having to wear noise cancelling headphones to bed. Yes, the Tulsa Club threw a lot of money at furnishings and linens, but I have that at home, so I place more emphasis on comfort, rest, sleep, and food and drink. The Mayo, for the same accoutrements, "does it better" than the Tulsa Club.