I was in that hotel and I really loved it!!!!, everything is very nice and quiet, the rooms are very comfortable, just like the beds and pillows and not to mention the restaurant, what delicious food.
Located close to Coors field, Bronco stadium and Ball arena. We stayed here for a Bruce Springsteen concert. The hotel staff really goes out of the way to make your stay great. The room was very nice and they even have real daily housekeeping. The only downside was the room was on the small side.
The room was incredibly comfortable and VERY clean. We were initially greeted by Utah (phonetic spelling) who was friendly and helpful. Stuart was fun and informative about the area. An earring was accidently left behind, found and Fed-Exed to us. The ladies who assisted with check-out were friendly and helpful. We were able to walk to Union Station where we had a delightful evening with amazing cocktails and snacks. I originally stayed there over 40 years ago and was very pleased with the accurate restoration. NICELY DONE!
We had great service and a wonderful stay over Superbowl Sunday. Even though they were a little understaffed, we were provided great service by the lady at the front desk who arranged a car for us to dinner. Bourbon tasting & music plus the cruise bar made for a good evening. The continental breakfast covered the basics and was super convenient early morning. We stayed in a Junior suite on the second floor. So view from our room but it was large and comfortable with a deep soaking tub. Great getaway for an in town babymoon in walking distance to lots of great restaurants. A highlight was a massage at the adjoining spa accessed directly from the hotel.
We make it a point to stay at the Oxford every time we travel to Denver, whether for business or to visit family. The staff is always friendly and incredibly professional and the rooms are immaculate and stunning while still have an old historical feel. The location is unbeatable as far as walkability and you’re right across the street from the train should you need to leave downtown. We eat at Urban Farmer every time we stay and have never had a bad experience! We love the whiskey tastings put on by the front of house staff - that’s always a unique and fun experience. Would recommend this place a thousand times. 5 stars all around.
History of The Oxford is fascinating and it's location couldn't be more ideal! And to supplement it's history and location, venue space was great and the staff was exceptional. Look forward to the next opportunity to return to The Oxford!
I stayed here for a work conference so had the opportunity to experience a guestroom, the restaurant, and meeting facilities. Everything was great and super comfortable. The team was top notch. My husband took advantage of the free whiskey tasting offered nightly and loved it, Peyton ran it each night (in addition to checking us in when we first arrived and running an item up during our stay) and she is AWESOME. If Peyton ever decides to make the move to Portland, there will be a job waiting for her on our team :) Peyton was a standout, but everyone we encountered from the banquet team, bell, restaurant staff, etc. were all great. The Oxford has done an impressive job of building a wonderful team, during an especially tough time to do so. Cannot wait to come back and stay again our next time in Denver!…
Beautiful historic hotel with intricate antique furniture and tile work. This is the second time we’ve stayed and really enjoyed a corner room. The service was amazing and the front desk assistants are so friendly and inviting. The attention to detail is incredible and the it’s nice to be able to eat at the Urban Farmer then just mosey to our rooms. P.S. it’s a magical place to get engaged!
The location is very convenient. The staff are generally very personable. Destination amenity fee of $40/night: the morning coffee was lukewarm at best (3 mornings) and the breakfast rolls stale. The rugs and floor were filthy in both the public and room areas. The thermostat was repaired only after I complained about room temperature. The sink water faucet gave only a dribble of water. I do not consider it worth my price of over $360/night.. This was not a recreational trip for me; it was for medical appointments.
My hotel experience was nothing special. For the amount of money it costs, I expected a lot more. Windows are single pane so there’s noise from outside vehicles and people. One of the sprinkler heads in the bathroom was taped up. Probably left over from the painters who failed to remove the tape. The sheets were scratchy. Did like the wood burning fireplace in the lobby. The electricity went out in the entire building during our stay. Hot water was hit or miss in the shower. Very expensive for what you get.
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