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If you think you deserve expensive antiques, servile attendants and a Bose sound system in every room, you'll feel right at home at The Oxford Hotel.
"A wonderful older hotel with lots of charm," the 1891 downtown brick-and-brownstone property, across from Union Station, "offers a nice feeling of warmth and hospitality." Full review →
Civilized touches like complimentary shoe shines, afternoon sherry, and morning coffee remain. Full review →
Designed by the architect Frank Edbrooke and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is one of Denver’s few hotels to have survived from the 19th century. Full review →
The Oxford Hotel opened in 1891 and has been a favorite for local lodging ever since. Full review →
Victorian grande dame gone Wild West bawdy in Denver’s buzzy LoDo with a classic bar, seafood eatery and spa. Full review →
Marble walls, stained-glass windows, frescoes and sparkling chandeliers adorn the public spaces of this classy hotel built in 1891 in red sandstone. Full review →
The redbrick exterior is classic; careful restorations have revealed false ceilings and silver chandeliers previously coated in paint.
The Oxford is one of Denver's most notable historic hotels, ideally located in the lively LoDo neighborhood and in close proximity to area hot spots. Full review →
The hotel is designed with a convincing Victorian bent that is unique in the city, and it is realized with enough good quality reproduction, art and antiques to impress grandma. Full review →
Denver’s oldest hotel blends old-fashioned charm with contemporary comforts in the hip historic district. Full review →
History buffs will relish the romantic, Victorian styling and the individually decorated rooms that still use keys and boast clawfoot tubs. Full review →
It may be tucked in a "hip part of LoDo", but with "amazing" 19th-century architecture, this "beautiful" landmark boasts some "serious old-school charm".
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