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Corey Hotel


category : Historic Hotels
Corey Hotel Built in 1909 by Colonel Charlie Corey, the hotel is a piece of history you don't want to miss! Once a lively Grove business, the Corey Hotel has been reopened to the public. No longer a hotel, the lower floor houses the Candy Kitchen. Plans are underway to open a fully restored upper floor that will serve as a museum for area history. Currently, visitors can learn about the Corey family and the hotel from framed photographs and historical vignettes placed throughout the store. The hotel is listed on the Oklahoma Historical Registry and the National Historical Registry.


Admission: No admission charge
Hours: Open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. Tour groups welcome with appointment
Address: 208 S Main
Phone: 918-786-4221

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