The Oxford Hotel opened its doors in 1891, making it the oldest and most historic of hotels in Denver, Colorado. With guests Theodore Roosevelt, the Dalai Lama, and Hillary Clinton, downtown Denver
Best everPros: Best hotel experience ever. Incredible staff and service, incredible accommodations in a historic building and a perfect location. It was beautiful.
Wonderful WeekendPros: From the moment we walked into the lobby, we knew we had picked the right place. Everything about the hotel is intended to insure the comfort and experience for their guests. From the old key and hassle room key to the Victorian period furnishings to the Cruise Room bar, you feel like you are part of another time. The staff was fantastic, the service was 5 star and the custom cocktails and history lesons in the Cruise Room were fantastic. Best location in Downtown. Perfect for first time Denver visitors or anyone looking for the perfect weekend getaway.Cons: The bed was too high and too firm for my taste and the only chair in the room was not comfortable. It is a hard balance to use period furnishings and keep them comfortable to today's standards I'm sure.
Great timePros: Unique and interesting building; very friendly staff; gym was amazing; location was unbeatable
We will be back!Pros: The entire experience was a pleasure. The staff was very accommodating, from the desk clerks to the bellmen to the manager. They Upgraded our room to a better view. The bourbon tasting was a nice touch and our breakfast in bed was delicious. Can't wait to return on our next trip to Denver.
Somewhere between 'character' and 'old.'Pros: Location. Staff. Architecture.Cons: Outage of running water. Street noise from outdated single-pane glass.
Pros: The staff and the roomCons: Having to leave
Pros: The hotel exudes charm and luxury. It reminded me of the "grand Budapest hotel" where everything was run perfectly. The staff was phenomenal and anticipated needs before we had to say anything. The hotel was extremely well kept and clean, had an amazing bar, and an exceptional lobby where we enjoyed the evening's whisky tasting and a chat. Top notch hotel.Cons: My only complaint is that we booked a room with a queen bed and not a king.
The Oxford Hotel is an example of Denver at it's best. I loved returning,after 20 years, for an overnight stay. Cons: Apparently, Orbit booked me for two rooms. The Oxford Hotel informed me of your error, and only charged me for one. Thankfully to them, the mistake was corrected .