Who would have thought that in a state best known for its dusty prairies, a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical and the advertising genius of Mr. Spriggs BBQ you could find one of the country's most unusual pieces of architecture? The Price Tower, located in Bartlesville, is Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper. The design for the 19-story, cantilevered building was inspired by the structure of a tree, and today, it houses a restaurant, an art museum, and best of all for travelers, a luxury hotel on the building's upper floors. The Inn at Price Tower, as it's called, has just 19 rooms, so book early.
510 Dewey Ave., Bartlesville; 918-336-1000; rates: $145 per night for standard rooms, $245 per night for two-story suites.