The Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma has a rich and colorful heritage that sets it apart from other neighboring Oklahoma City Hotels. Location is one of the very most important things when making a decision to host your group and Oklahoma City and the Biltmore Hotel has an envious location. Over the last years the Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma has been a “Host Hotel” to some of the most prestigious groups and conventions in Oklahoma City. The American Legion, VFW and the ELKs call their home – The Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma and have for decades. Oklahoma City is the “Horse Show Capital” of the world and the Biltmore has been a “Host Hotel” to National Reining Horse Association, American Quarterhorse Association, USTRC, Morgan Horse and the IFR, just to name a few.
Morris M. Moradi
Head of Banquets, Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma
Morris M Moradi was born on December 12th to a family of eleven children. He moved to the United States to play soccer and he began this venture in Brooklyn, New York, eventually playing at several universities throughout the states including Washington D.C., Connecticut, Colorado and finally settling in Oklahoma in 1978. His warm hearted nature and knack for making smiles eventually turned him to the hospitality industry as well as several organizations including numerous civic clubs and charity causes. During 1978, he provided outstanding service to President Ronald Reagan at the Skirvin Hotel, and years later presented support to President Bill Clinton as a Red Cross member during the Midwest City tornado. He has served every Oklahoma governor since the 1970's as well as countless military forces, city and county officers, religious groups, national horse shows and social clubs. Morris prides himself in giving each and every guest royal courtesy and providing nothing but the utmost in customer service and beyond here at the Biltmore Hotel.
Outside of the Biltmore Hotel, Morris enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, reading cook books and teaching children how to play soccer in the summer time. Additionally, he is a proud member of Crossings Community Church, the Oklahoma Sheriff's Association, the Red Cross and United Way. Morris is a truly one of a kind member of the Biltmore Hotel staff and his loyal service to the Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma for the last twenty years is one of his many extraordinary traits. We are so grateful to have him and he makes our hotel a unique and unforgettable place to call home for each and every guest.