Brutalist Architecturally Designed Building Becomes Boutique Hotel in Tulsa, OK

Brut Hotel Offers 82 Adequately Sized Guest Rooms in Tulsa’s "Gateway to Downtown" Location Between 18th & Boston & Gathering Place

USA, Tulsa, Oklahoma. November 23, 2021

Opening May 2022, in Tulsa's premier & revitalized 18th & Boston district, Brut Hotel is an introductory boutique hotel to this striving district. Brut Hotel includes 9-stories with 82 adequately sized guest rooms in a full-service setting located in the newly dubbed "Gateway to Downtown" locale. The property is the inaugural induction hotel to the upcoming Sharp Hotel Collection Hospitality Group & includes a rooftop bar scene that will provide 360 views of the lush landscapes of the neighboring historic neighborhoods, the Arkansas River & the breathtaking Tulsa skyline.

Brut Hotel is a brutalist style architecturally designed buildings & a major anchor for the 18th & Boston district. The Brut Hotel exterior includes a stoic & raw exterior that was originally built in 1952. An era when the brutalist architecture design began in the UK to showcase a buildings strong use of concrete materials and geometric designs. The style is making a comeback in the hospitality world, due in part because these buildings are hard to destroy, have a unique architectural flare and showcase a sense of stability in a current chaotic world. The Tulsa building has had multiple uses in the area including a secretarial school in the 1960's.

The interior aesthetic, created by local designers, was carefully crafted to provide an earthy, calming style with native greenery and reclaimed materials. The exterior & interior designs have a juxtaposition approach to redefine the Tulsa hospitality landscape.

Standing within walking distance to several attractions including the world famous Gathering Place, the 18Th & Boston entertainment district, Tulsa Riverpark's, the revamped 19Th & Riverside district and just a short walk to the bustling Cherry Street District.

Brut Hotel will cater to the outdoor enthusiast with hotel bicycle, skateboard & roller blade rentals. The local community will also enjoy local runway shows, yoga retreats, 3D art installations and various other activities offered by the hotel upon opening.

Additional hotel features and amenities include:



Brut Hotel will provide locally inspired cuisine options in their rooftop restaurant, Soma. Locally led by Tulsa restaurant mastermind Rob Stuart III, the culinary scene will be focused on small plate options with strong flavors for dinner & well-balanced brunch options on weekends. The dining experience is energetically amplified by the Tulsa views and various entertainment options all beginning upon their opening.

Soma Lounge

Floor to ceiling windows with jaw-dropping 360-degree panoramic views of the city, the Brut Hotel rooftop lounge area of Soma will offer indoor and outdoor terrace seating.

An ideal locale to meet for sunset views that will lead into the late-night hot spot scene, the rooftop lounge will redefine the local nighttime scene. The large outdoor terrace will offer the ability to host outdoor gatherings, small weddings, unique weekday meeting options and provide the late afternoon workplace "see and be seen" appeal.


Other amenities offered by Brut Hotel are their multiple wellness options including daily yoga sessions, 24/7 fitness guru minded workout facilities, & the accessibility of the Tulsa Riverpark trail system & the Tulsa Midland Valley Trails just steps from their front door.

Created to cater to its visitors, Brut Hotel is an easy walk to our world famous Gathering Place, where you can experience USA Today's designated Best Attraction in both 2019 & 2020.

Brut Hotel , the introductory hotel for the Sharp Development Group is located at 1840 S Boulder Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma just ten miles from Tulsa International Airport.

For more information, or to make a reservation, travelers may visit or call 918-619-6665

The property is owned & managed by Sharp Development & Wolf Group Investments

Exterior Rendering

About Brut Hotel

About Sharp Development

About Wolf Group Properties

Media Contact:

Kimberly Honea
VP Hospitality & Development
Sharp Development
T: +1 918-720-8179
E: [email protected]
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