Washington, District of Columbia
October 4, 2005
There's a view everywhere, from each elevator "lobby" to the jazzy setting of Copper, the 16th-floor restaurant. Near flat screen Sony Trinitron TVs, plush towels, and a business center on the fifth floor spell big city accomodations in a less than bustling setting. The Inn at Price Tower is as suited to the sexy couple as the busy single--Bartlesville still houses some offices of Conoco-Phillips, Phillips Petroleum was founded here.
From journal Bartlesville: Where Frank Lloyd Wright Struck Sky