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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 
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Distance from city center: 11.3mi
merc1979's pictureby merc1979 General travel tip
added on the 22nd of September, 2009
The newest Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is in Tulsa. It began as Cherokee bingo hall a couple decades ago and has evolved into a famous hotel and casino.

Price:
Varies

Opening Hours:
Open 24/7

How to get there:
take I2-44 to highway 412 and exit 193rd East Avenue. Turn left, go past the street light, you can't miss it.

 
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