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1600 17th St., Denver, CO 80202, United States | (303) 628-5400

price range

$$ ($251 to $350/night)

amenities

Free WiFi

features

Traditional style

neighborhood

Lower Downtown
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As Denver's oldest continually operating hotel located just steps from the recently renovated Union Station, the Oxford hotel has been at the forefront of the Mile High city's turbulent path through boom, bust, recovery, and gentrification. It's a piece of living history, built in 1891 and offering unique touches like a wood-burning fireplace in the lobby, the first elevators ever built west of the Mississippi, and hallways wide enough to accommodate two women in skirt hoops. History buffs will relish the romantic, Victorian styling and the individually decorated rooms that still use keys and boast clawfoot tubs. Ask for a corner room and don't miss the hotel's Cruise Room, a red-lit Art Deco bar that opened the day after prohibition was repealed in 1933.

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The Oxford

As Denver's oldest continually operating hotel located just steps from the recently renovated Union Station, the Oxford hotel has been at the forefront of the Mile High city's turbulent path through boom, bust, recovery, and gentrification. It's a piece of living history, built in 1891 and offering unique touches like a wood-burning fireplace in the lobby, the first elevators ever built west of the Mississippi, and hallways wide enough to accommodate two women in skirt hoops. History buffs will relish the romantic, Victorian styling and the individually decorated rooms that still use keys and boast clawfoot tubs. Ask for a corner room and don't miss the hotel's Cruise Room, a red-lit Art Deco bar that opened the day after prohibition was repealed in 1933.