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Osage Casino Hotel is ideal spot for business lunch or Saturday swim

The pool is available for hotel guests and non-guests alike. Pool passes are $20 Monday through Sunday and $25 on Saturdays. Courtesy Photo/Osage Casinos

TULSA – It’s easy to get lost in the sea of slots at the Osage Casino Hotel Tulsa.

Osage Nation’s largest casino, at over 254,000 square feet, has a gaming floor that features 1,600 electronic games as well as 15 table games.

Along the perimeter of the game floor, the Tulsa casino has several options for dining and drinking. Roni Peppo’s Pizza Kitchen is set up for a quick bite or grab-and-go service with breakfast served from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m., and lunch/dinner from 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. Thunder Bar and Grill opens for drink service from 10 a.m. - 2 a.m. and serves food from 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Have a seat at the rectangular marble top bar and choose from an extensive draft menu or sit in the dining room overlooking the pool with a floor-to-ceiling view of the Osage hills.

For some fresh air, head outside and take a dip in the pool. The pool is available for hotel guests and non-guests alike. Pool passes are $20 Monday through Sunday and $25 on Saturdays. Passes can be purchased at the Pool Bar or inside at the Gift Shop (located in the hotel lobby). The Gift Shop sells a variety of pool amenities, from sunglasses to water shoes, should you forget anything essential.

The Osage Casino Hotel Tulsa is equipped for large groups and events with 26,190 square feet of banquet and meeting space. Additionally, the Skyline Event Center is a 15,000 square foot venue with 2,000 seats and five suites. Though it’s been a rough year-and-a-half for events, Skyline has several performances scheduled through the end of the year including Frank Caliendo (8/20), The Frontmen of Country (9/10), Here Come The Mummies (10/30), The Revivalists (11/6), and Wynonna (12/5).

Located just four minutes from downtown Tulsa, this casino is a convenient draw for Tulsa and surrounding cities. General Manager Jeff Bailey recently took the helm after completing the Osage Leadership Program, an extensive two-year rotation throughout all casino positions.