Ideally located at the corner intersection of Highway 62 and 51, the Best Western NSU Inn in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, is near a number of local business and recreational attractions.
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Take a trip, have some fun! Enjoy one of the local casinos. The Best Western NSU Inn is located near the Cherokee Casino Tahlequah. Take a trip into the past by visiting the Cherokee Heritage Center and learn many things about the traditional life of the Cherokee Indian.
Looking for something the whole family can enjoy? check out the schedule at the NSU's Center for Performing Arts. Play a relaxing game of golf at one of our local courses. Take a trip to nature and visit the J.T. Nickel Family Nature & Wildlife Preserve.
This hotel's location in Tahlequah allows guests easy access to the Cherokee Nation history. Don't go home without visiting the Cherokee Nation Gift Shop and taking a piece of the nation's history home with you!
Our guest rooms treat you to the comforts of home with microwaves, refrigerators, 49-inch LED HDTVs, a single serve coffee maker, hairdryer, iron and board, and free local calls. Stay connected with free high-speed Internet access. The guest laundry facility is available for a nominal fee.
Start the day right with our free Grab-n-Go breakfast which replaces our hot breakfast during these times.
We are pet friendly and allow up to two dogs in a rented room. The size limit for any one dog shall be 80 pounds. Other pet types (e.g. cats) may be allowed upon the hotel's approval prior to arrival. The pet friendly rate is $25 per day with a $150 per week maximum. A refundable cleaning and damage deposit of $100 is required upon check-in. If damage occurs or excessive cleaning is needed, the deposit can become non-refundable and the hotel may charge additionally to cover the costs of repair or cleaning.
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.
2.5 mile(s) from Cherokee Heritage Center, is a non-profit historical society and museum campus that seeks to preserve the historical and cultural artifacts, language, and traditional crafts of the Cherokee. The Heritage center also hosts the central genealogy database and genealogy research center for the Cherokee People.
1.9 mile(s) from Cherokee National History Museum, shares the history and culture of the Cherokee Nations within 4,000 square feet of permanent exhibit space and 1,000 square feet of rotating gallery space.
18 mile(s) from J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve, located in Cherokee County, Oklahoma is privately owned and managed by the Oklahoma nature Conservancy. The preserve contains 17,000 acres (6,900 ha) of forest and grassland. Spring-fed creeks meander amid a rugged topography of steep slopes and narrow valleys harboring a mosaic of oak-history forest, lofty pine woodland, and a div verse mix of Savanna, shrubland, and prairie. ELK have been reintroduced at the Preserve.
1.1 mile(s) from Cherokee Casino, with hundreds of electronic games, plus the River City Cafe & a neighboring golf course.
Across the street from Chili's Grill & Bar, Full Service, Tex-Mex, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from Buffalo Wild Wings, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from Newk's Eatery, Deli, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner,
0.5 mile(s) from Linney Breaux's, Snack Bar, Cajun, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1.5 mile(s) from Napolis Italian Restaurant, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1.5 mile(s) from Katfish Kitchen, Deli, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner,
0.5 mile(s) from Red Moon, Full Service, Chinese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2.00 mile(s) from DRIP The Beverage Lab, Coffee Shop, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
Across the street from RibCrib BBQ & Grill, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2.5 mile(s) from El Zarape Mexican Food, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2.9 mile(s) from Northeastern State University
27 mile(s) from Muskogee
19 mile(s) from Fort Gibson
3.7 mile(s) from Park Hill
4.5 mile(s) from Riverside Park, Great public access area to the Illinois River. Swim, fish, or launch a Kayak. The area is decent sized, so you are not all bunched up with other people. Unless it's a major holiday weekend.
2.0 mile(s) from Sequoyah Park, Sequoyah Park is a favorite among locals. It's only minutes from downtown. It has a great Playground, Picnic shelter, Skate Park, and Walking Trail.
2.0 mile(s) from Floyd H Norris Park, Floyd Norris Park covers a full city block, bounded by N. Muskogee Avenue, N. Water, E. Morgan and Spring Street. It has a playground area, a gazebo, and is on the route for the Historic walking trail through Tahlequah.