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The Norman Hotel That’s Central To Everything

StoneHill Norman, Trademark Collection by Wyndham, enjoys a prime location off I-35 and Tecumseh Rd., less than 10 minutes from the University of Oklahoma campus and its “Palace on the Prairie,” Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Business travelers have easy access to downtown Norman. For those visiting or seeking care at Norman Regional HealthPlex, our hotel is walking distance to this state-of-the-art medical campus.


Guests start their day with a free hot breakfast. An expansive, airy lobby and inviting patios with fire pits and BBQ grills allow guests to gather and relax. An outdoor heated pool serves guests year round.


Our 116 rooms and suites are outfitted for today’s traveler, featuring comfy, pillow-top mattresses, 45-inch flat-screen TVs, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker, spacious desks, and free Wi-Fi. Our suites include a full kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, stovetop and microwave, perfect for longer stay guests and families.

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All StoneHill Lawrence hotels are 100% non-smoking. We have a 24-hour fully equipped fitness center with aerobics, cardio, spin and free weights.


A 24-hour business center is available. Our two conference rooms are fully equipped with AV and can be combined into a larger event space. Catering is available for breakfast meetings.


The Exceptional Experience Guests Deserve

As a boutique hotel, we are unique and distinctive, reflecting the college-town vibe of Norman. For those attending events at OU, StoneHill is the perfect Alumni and Parents’ HQ for tailgates, reunions and year-round campus visits.


Our central location lets you explore the area’s many museums, galleries, historical sites, shops, restaurants and casinos.   

Just a 20-minute drive from Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers Airport, Norman is home to the University of Oklahoma, The National Weather Center and Museum, and the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. It’s the hub of Central Oklahoma where you can explore nature, music, arts, Native American history and the cowboy culture of the Old West. 

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