The great designer's only skyscraper, the H.C. Price Company tower, is an innovative building inspired by a tree. This National Historic Landmark changed the world of architecture, and global audiences now have the opportunity to see this landmark destination up close and personal-- by spending the night there.
Constructed within the top floors of the skyscraper and opened in April 2003, The Inn at Price Tower
is exalted as a high-design hotel
, recognized by Condé-Nast Traveler
as one of the "Top 100 New Hotels," and recipient of the 2003 Business Week/Architectural Record "Good Design Is Good Business Award." The Price Tower itself is an art complex dedicated to contemporary art, architecture and design, delighting visitors with the Wright-designed interiors. Dine at Copper
, the Inn's restaurant/bar, and gaze out over the Oklahoma prairie from the two-storey floor-to-ceiling windows. Designed by New York architect Wendy Evans Joseph (who also designed the Holocaust Museum in D.C.
), the hotel features 21 luxurious rooms and Tower Suites built in harmony with Frank Lloyd Wright's distinctive spaces. Rooms are outfitted with custom-crafted furniture: copper beds and contemporary desks made of copper and glass.