PROFILE: Leta never intended to stay in Oklahoma City. She and her son, Philip, were moving from Illinois to Arizona, when they stopped overnight in OKC in 1969. But shortly thereafter, they decided to make OKC their home, and Leta has been a proud member of OKC’s hospitality industry ever since.
Leta is a true ambassador for OKC. She loves assisting hotel guests during their stay. She recommends that visitors use the trolley whenever possible. (There’s a trolley stop just down the street from the Super 8.) Leta enjoys sending families to OKC’s various attractions. She likes the aviation exhibit at the Omniplex, the diverse animals at the Zoo, and the Dale Chihuly Glass Exhibit at the Museum of Art.
Leta’s suggests visitors enjoy the wide variety of restaurants in OKC. There are so many restaurants, it is hard to pick just a few. But when pressed, Leta recommended the blackened catfish at Trapper’s, the barbeque and hamburgers at Shorty Small’s, the pepperoni pizza at Louie’s, the spaghetti and meatballs at Spaghetti Warehouse, and the pork chop sandwiches at the State Fair.
Leta loves the horse shows and other events that are held every year at State Fair Park. She is proud of the public improvements that are being made along the Meridian corridor and the Oklahoma River. And she’s particularly excited about the new water-taxis that should arrive on the Oklahoma River this Fall.
(pronounced kon-'syerzh) is the closest thing you can find to your
own personal assistant in a fine hotel. The concierge in your hotel
is there to make your stay in Oklahoma City more enjoyable and hassle-free.
A Concierge can do more than call a cab. Through their contacts, locally,
nationally, and internationally, a Concierge can:
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