The Oxford Hotel opened its doors in 1891, making it the most iconic and historic hotel in Denver, Colorado. Located close to downtown landmarks including Union Station, Coors Field and Larimer Square, our enviable address puts guests near some of the best restaurants, bars, and attractions in the city. Over the years, we’ve hosted everyone from Theodore Roosevelt to the Dalai Lama, offering each guest the genuine hospitality and classic luxury that has made The Oxford Hotel Denver’s premier address for over 100 years.
You’ll enjoy a quintessential Denver experience from the moment you step through our doors. Our rich history can be felt around every corner – starting with authentic art and furnishings in our lobby and continuing with the antique headboards and claw foot tubs in our guest rooms and suites.
At The Oxford, you’ll enjoy a truly unique stay that mirrors the history of Denver. We are home to the only wood-burning fireplace in downtown Denver as well as a captivating collection of Colorado artwork. You can even partake a true piece of Denver history by ordering a cocktail in our Cruise Room Martini Bar – the very first bar in Denver to open after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933. We continue to celebrate that legacy by partnering with Laws Whiskey and promoting local whiskey artisans at our restaurants and through special events, like our nightly Bourbon Hour – offered from 5:30 – 6:30pm and 8:30 – 9:30pm.
As one of the most historic hotels in Denver, we pride ourselves in knowing the best of what our city offers. Our bow-tie wearing bellmen have been around for years and are happy to provide personalized recommendations and insights into the best dining, bars, and activities in the Mile High City.
The Oxford has exclusive amenities and offers including: 10% off services at The Oxford Club, Spa & Salon, courtesy transportation within a two-mile radius of the hotel, and one-of-a-kind hotel packages. Whether visiting Denver for business or pleasure, The Oxford Hotel has a luxurious charm that will keep you coming back for more.
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