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1600 17th St., Oxford Hotel, Denver, CO 80202, United States

Opened the day after Prohibition ended in 1933, the Cruise Room is one of the oldest bars in Denver. Located off the lobby of LoDo’s Oxford Hotel, the space is modeled after a lounge on the RMS Queen Mary and retains a 1930’s-era Art Deco style, complete with a chrome bar and vintage bar stools. The high-ceilinged interior also features dim red lighting, marble floors, and tall etched wall panels depicting celebratory toasts from around the globe. A jukebox plays complimentary tunes as white-coated bartenders craft handmade martinis, including the classic dirty and creative concoctions like the key lime pie.

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The Cruise Room

Opened the day after Prohibition ended in 1933, the Cruise Room is one of the oldest bars in Denver. Located off the lobby of LoDo’s Oxford Hotel, the space is modeled after a lounge on the RMS Queen Mary and retains a 1930’s-era Art Deco style, complete with a chrome bar and vintage bar stools. The high-ceilinged interior also features dim red lighting, marble floors, and tall etched wall panels depicting celebratory toasts from around the globe. A jukebox plays complimentary tunes as white-coated bartenders craft handmade martinis, including the classic dirty and creative concoctions like the key lime pie.