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Tulsa, once known as the "Oil Capital of the World," is now a bustling and diverse business center. The second-largest city in Oklahoma, situated along the Arkansas River, also houses unique attractions that draw visitors in to explore. Lovers of Route 66, which meandered through the city and still features a nearby quirky relic called The Blue Whale of Catoosa, can thank a Tulsa businessman for helping to create the famous highway. Architecture aficionados are drawn to the city's concentration of Art Deco buildings. Other attractions include three casinos, two eclectic shopping districts, the 75-foot-tall Golden Driller sculpture, an aquarium, a zoo, and two world-class art museums, including one housed in a 72-room Italian villa that belonged to an oil magnate. Whether in town for business or leisure, let Suiteness help you locate the perfect suite for your visit.