Oxford Hotel

Indulge a Little in Denver at The Oxford | By Kim Fuller

Last Updated: February 16, 2022By

With The Oxford Hotel as Denver’s most historic hotel, located right in LoDo (Lower Downtown) and just steps away from Union Station, this luxurious getaway is only better with a visit to the Urban Farmer Steakhouse for a meal and to the Oxford Club for some self-care.   

Take an overnight or make it a long weekend. The unique heritage and contemporary appeal of Denver is really embraced by the property, so it’s worth spending some time enjoying and indulging.


Fuel Up 

After check-in, start with a complimentary pour from the daily pop-up “Bourbon Bar” in the inviting lounge area, then settle into one of The Oxford’s unique guest rooms to get rejuvenated for your visit.  

Urban Farmer Steakhouse is located in the hotel, a restaurant offering a seasonally driven menu that highlights nose-to-tail cuts of naturally raised meat.  Brunch is a great option any day of the week, with staples like farm eggs and avocado toast to specialties like a grass-fed sirloin and the Buffalo Bill breakfast sandwich.  

Wind Down 

Digest first, then walk over to the Oxford Club (just a couple doors down from the main hotel entrance) for a yoga or fitness class, along with the serenity of the lovely spa. 

The Oxford Club offers a complete menu of relaxing spa services, including Swedish, Thai and Shiatsu massage, sugar scrubs, waxing and facials — plus a recently renovated salon offering a full-service menu of haircuts, color, special event styling and makeup.  

Check out one of the newest treatments available, like the 80-minute Bee My Honey farm-to-table massage treatment. It features local honey from Urban Farmer Steakhouse, olive oil, sugar, and lavender essential oil blended together to create a luxurious exfoliating experience. A relaxing milk and honey body butter massage using Colorado’s Sanitas Skincare will leave your skin deliciously smooth. 

Wine lovers can try the Cabernet Crush treatment. Urban Farmer Executive Chef Chris Starkus has taken The Crawford Hotel’s signature house cabernet and made a rejuvenating facial mask that harnesses the anti-aging effects of resveratrol and polyphenols combined with Sanitas Skincare products. 


Photos by The Oxford Hotel.

Kim FullerBased in Vail, Colorado, Kim Fuller is co-owner + editor-in-chief of CO YOGA + Life Magazine. She is also a freelance writer, editor and photojournalist, as well as a yoga teacher, legacy ambassador for Lululemon Athletica Vail, and co-founder of In Your Element, a yoga and outdoor adventure company. When Kim is not diligently writing and editing in her mountain nook, teaching yoga around town or finding a new adventure, find Kim at a local cafe or craft brewery, where she enjoys the more indulgent side of inspiration. Read more at kimfullerink.com

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