Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa Review

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Though it’s not as popular as other, larger casinos within Oklahoma like Choctaw and Winstar, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is certainly in the top 5. It is located much farther from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, making it more popular amongst residents in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri. In fact, it is closer to Kansas City than it is to Dallas.

Like other Oklahoma Casinos, the Hard Rock has both electronic games and table games available. Though it has a national brand associated with it, the Hard Rock in Tulsa is actually run by the Cherokee Nation, which enables it to compete more effectively with other Native American casinos in Oklahoma. Being in the top 5 is actually a pretty impressive feat, as there are over 120 indian casinos spread throughout the state.

Aside from a large casino, the Hard Rock offers over 75,000 square feet of event space and an assortment of hotel rooms. Event space includes a large boardroom, a convention center and several meeting rooms. It also has a vibrant nightlife with live music playing most nights of the week and a wide variety of dining options to go along with it. If you enjoy playing golf, the Hard Rock is home to a challenging course that’s over 90 years old. The Cherokee Hills Golf Course is one of the most storied in the state of Oklahoma, originally built in 1924. Read on to learn more about the casino at the Hard Rock Hotel and all it has to offer.

Casino at Hard Rock Tulsa

The casino floor at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tulsa has over 2,600 electronic games ranging from the region’s most popular slots to video poker machines. These games include features like Wheel of Fortune, Triple Double Diamonds, Mr. Money Bags and Top Dollar to name a few. It has just one high limit slots room, which is pretty large complete with a bar, lounge and its very own cashier. If you are thinking about visiting, also keep in mind that the age to gamble at Hard Rock is 21 years old. If you are between the ages of 18 and 20, there are many other casinos in the state which have an 18 year old minimum.

Aside from slots, Hard Rock houses a total of 40 tables including games like Blackjack, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em, “Card Craps” and Bonus Roulette. Most of these tables consist of blackjack however. They also have other popular casino games like Bingo and Keno. When playing table games here keep in mind that you will be paying $0.50 off the top per hand when wagering up to $50 and $1 when placing bets over $50. This is commonplace in most casinos throughout Oklahoma, though some will run promotions for free “antes” on occasion.

Poker Room at Hard Rock Casino Tulsa

The Hard Rock Poker Room in Tulsa is opened to players 24/7 and runs both cash games and tournaments. You will be able to find both types of games running here daily, though for entry times we recommend visiting their website or calling in advance. There is a total of just 12 tables here and the age to enter is 21 years old. It’s conveniently located within a smoke-free section of the casino and has it’s own dedicated staff. We have never personally visited here, so there’s not much else to say about it. Please write your own review to help us help our visitors.

Restaurants and Bars at Hard Rock Tulsa

The Hard Rock brand is often associated with food. They even have a spin-off chain called the Hard Rock Cafe in many cities across the United States. The Hard Rock property in Tulsa does not disappoint and has a wide range of dining options offering both quick bites and upscale restaurants. Below we have outlined each of these options.
Buffet: Offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with five distinct varieties; Mexican, Asian, BBQ, Italian and American food.
Highway 66 Diner: Offers breakfast, lunch and dinner 24 hours a day.
McGill’s On 19: Located on the top floor of the hotel, McGill’s offers steak and upscaale dining.
Champions Grill: Located just off the golf course, Champions Grill offers quick bites for golfers at the 9th hole.
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill: Offers “bar food” and quick bites along with alcohol.
The Perfect Cup: A cafe-style eatery offering Starbucks coffee and cafinated drinks.
Flip Side: Offers egss and omelets as well as burgers, sandwiches and salads.
Salsa: Offers mexican food and latin american dishes.
Slice: Offers pizza and Italian food.
In-Room Dining: Available to all hotel guests 24/7 by calling extension 4230.

Hotel and Resort at Hard Rock Tulsa

The hotel at Hard Rock Casino features over 450 rooms and suites, all of which are 100% smoke-free. Though it’s not as big as some others, when we compared the amenities and features of each room to others in Oklahoma, even their standard rooms seem to stand out among the rest. Each hotel room is equipped with a mini-bar, safe, hairdryers, and anything else you might need. The three types of rooms available at Hard Rock include “Standard” rooms, suites and VIP suites. Each are pretty updated with nice linens, televisions and overall interior design. The fact that there is no smoking allowed also helps to keep them fresh.

Aside from the hotel, the Hard Rock has a somewhat underwhelming variety of other amenities to help guests feel comfortable when staying overnight. These include an indoor-outdoor pool, a fitness center and some small touristy shops. For adults, the pool is opened until 12AM each night, while it closes at 8PM for children. In addition there are also a few small shops located at the Hard Rock Casino, but nothing too extraordinary in the realm of shopping. It does not have a spa or anything like that, which could be a minor drawback depending on your preferences.

Casino Details


Casino opened

Table games


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Poker tables


Open 24/7


Self parking




Casino sq/ft

75,000 sq/ft

Convention sq/ft



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