Sleep Inn & Suites
414 Heather Road
Guthrie, OK 73044-0908
Phone: (405) 260-1400
Fax: (405) 260-0703
The original capital of the state of Oklahoma, Guthrie never goes out of style thanks to its superb Victorian buildings that are architectural masterpieces in every right. In fact, the entire Old Town area is a designated National Heritage precinct. Named after a prominent jurist John Guthrie, this city traces its origins to 1887 when it was a railroad. The oldest theater company Pollard Theatre Company as well as the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival are the highlights of Guthrie's cultural calendar.
Situated just 16 miles north of Oklahoma city is Edmond which was born in 1889 during the infamous Oklahoma Land Run. The downtown area's biggest attraction that still stands as a proud testament to the city's glorious past is perhaps the public schoolhouse built in 1889. This multi-cultural city warmly embraces those of all faiths as can be seen through its churches, a mosque, a Bahai center and a place for Mormon worshipers. Visitors to the city are often stunned by the beauty of public works of art including stained glass, steel sculptures, murals and statues.
This 400 plus bed facility serves and treats the greater Oklahoma City Area with breast health, osteoporosis, cancer therapies, clinical trials, 3-D conformal therapy, single-room maternity facility, home care, hospice, pre- and post-natal care, IV infusion, and home medical equipment, The Spine Center, The Headache Center, The Pain Management Center and The Musculoskeletal Center, orthopedic and stroke or neurological rehabilitation programs, asthma services, pulmonary functions, pulmonary rehab and sleep disorders.