A timeless classic reborn with the help of the Chickasaw Nation

The original Artesian Hotel opened in 1906 using furnishings from the St. Louis World's Fair. It was named the Artesian after the discovery of an artesian well on the property during construction at the turn of the century and was a luxury hotel enjoyed by everyone from celebrities like John Wayne and Roy Rogers to President Taft. It remained in operation until it burned to the ground in 1961.

This true-to-the-original luxurious redesign of an historic classic includes 81 guest accommodations, a spa, fitness center, indoor/outdoor pool and casino.