Oklahoma City Original
Housed in a historic landmark in the midtown district, the Ambassador Oklahoma City is part of the cultural fabric of OKC. The iconic boutique hotel is housed in the "U"-shaped Osler Building with its beautiful Art Deco architecture.
The building was constructed in three phases: the first three floors in 1928, floors four to six in 1929, and the seventh floor in 1946. Offices for physicians, dentists and an allergy clinic associated with the University of Oklahoma Medical School occupied the Osler until 1965. It was named after physician Sir William Osler (1849-1919), who established the medical residency program.After several decades of sitting vacant, Coury Hospitality purchased the historic property in 2012. The original façade and medical insignia above the entry doors were preserved during the conversion to what is now our chapter in this beautiful historic place.