Tribal Organization: Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma
777 West Cherokee Street
Catoosa, OK 74015
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is located at I-44 and 193rd East Ave. (Exit 240) about 15 minutes east of downtown Tulsa.
The casino opened in August 2009. It was formerly the Cherokee Casino Resort. In September 2012 Hard Rock Tulsa was awarded "Tribal Destination of the Year" by the American Indian and Alaska Native Tourism Association.
Since that time there has been several major construction projects to enhance the features and amenties for visitors and guests. Two new hotel towers and a non-smoking gaming area were added in 2013.
Other additions were The Joint a 2,700-seat concert venue, a food court and a 23,000 square-foot convention center. A aluxury spa and an adults-only swimming pool were added in 2017.
In early 2019 Hard Rock Tulsa added 65,000 square feet to its casino. The two-level addition features 450 new slot machines, the Track 5 dance hall and a new poker room.
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2,600 electronic gaming machines
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Poker room with 14 poker tables
Non-smoking Area - located in lower floor of 10-story tower
500 gaming machines
15 table games
Buffet - Mexican, Asian, BBQ, Italian and American.
Hwy 66 Diner - Open 24/7. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
McGill's on 19 - located on top of the Hard Rock Hotel
Champion Grill - located in clubhouse overlooking golf course
Toby Keith's I Love this Bar & Grill
10,000 square feet and seating approximately 350
Open Monday - Thursday 11 AM - 10 PM;
Friday - Saturday 11 AM - 12 AM; Sunday 11 AM - 9 PM
Perfect Cup - StarBucks Coffee
Food Court - located on lower floor of 10-story tower
Flipside (American grill)
The Joint - 45,000 sq-ft entertainment venue with amphitheater seating
Track 5 - 1,200-square-foot, wooden dance floor
The Hard Rock Hotel has 3 towers with a total of 454 guest rooms and suites.
All hotel rooms and suites are non-smoking.
The newest tower is a $52 million eight-story, all-suite tower with 100 suites. This tower also added 45,000 square feet of gambling space and 10,000 square feet of entertainment and dining space.
Located at Interstate 44 and 193rd East Avenue, exit 240. 15 minutes east of downtown Tulsa.
April 19, 2019
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is hiring new employees to fill job openings created by a recent expansion of the casino.
Hard Rock is completing construction of a two-level structure with 65,000 additional square feet. The new area provides the casino with more gaming space for 450 slot machines, a new poker room and a dance hall named Track 5.
A job fair will be held today from 2pm - 6pm in the Grand Hall of the Cherokees. There are many positions available in a variety of areas.
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa
Monday - Friday | 8 AM - 5 PM
February 1, 2019
Hard Rock Tulsa opened Track 5 today as its newest entertainment venue. Track 5 is a 1,200-square-foot, wooden dance with the theme of Oklahoma's honky tonk roots.
The name originated with Don Williams' song "Tulsa Time" which was the fifth track of his album "Expressions". Then it was discovered that other artist's album had Oklahoma songs on their fifth tracks.
"The idea started as an ode to 'Tulsa Time,' the fifth track on legend Don Williams' album 'Expressions.' Through this phase, we stumbled upon the bizarre coincidence of an Oklahoma tie embedded on the fifth track on the albums of four other iconic artists. With that discovery, there was no doubt we had the name, Track 5," said Martin Madewell, senior director of marketing at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa.
Track 5 is part of Hard Rock's new two-level casino expansion that opened in January 2019. A total of 65,000 square feet was added to the casino along with 450 new slot machines and a new poker room.
August 07, 2018
When the Department of Interior gives approval to allow roulette and craps at Oklahoma casinos, Tulsa's Hard Rock Casino and Resort intends to be the first casino to offer the games in the state. The Hard Rock has stated that as soon as the final permission is given, the casino will offer them.
Cherokee Nation Entertainment owns the Tulsa Hard Rock Casino and Resort.
The games that offer balls and dice are believed to attract more guests to the casinos as something different. It will appeal to a much larger base of gamers.
Employees began training on the new games as soon as the bill to legalize them was signed by Governor Mary Fallin.
Training on the new games have lasted between 20 and 250 hours for the employees.
When the federal government gives the approval, 50 dealers will be ready to operate the games. There will be four roulette tables and three craps tables.
Providing a better gaming experience for guests is a large reason for the Hard Rock to want to add the games.
Advertising has started letting area residents know about the addition of roulette and craps at the Tulsa Hard Rock Casino and Resort. Excitement for the new games is growing. The casino has been receiving daily questions over the starting date for the new games.
The Tribal Gaming Act will need to be revised and then reviewed by the federal government. After it is reviewed, and approval is given, then the resolution will need to be published. After that the games can begin being offered to guests.