Denver's Oxford Hotel completes $1.5M upgrade of event, dining spaces

Denver’s The Oxford Hotel announced the $1.5-million renovation of its downtown event and dining spaces is now complete.

Located in Denver’s LoDo district, McCormick’s Catering at The Oxford Hotel offers historic space of The Oxford Hotel. The boutique hotel has 10,000 square feet of event space, including a 3,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 250 people. The venue offers floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Denver’s Union Station.

The Oxford Hotel – which offers free Internet throughout – also features The Oxford Theatre, which can accommodate up to 150 people; the Sage Room, which is located just off the lobby and can hold up to 100 people; and an Executive Board Room with seating for 10. Larger board rooms include the Hamilton Room and the Brooks Room, which can accommodate 20 people.

 

The renovation included all new furniture, draperies, lighting and carpeting, plus refinished hardwood floors. Other upgrades included an extensive remodel of McCormick’s Fish House, a downtown restaurant of 25 years located inside the hotel. The Cruise Room Bar has recently introduced mixology to their cocktail offerings after bringing this Art Deco design back to its original design, with new marble floors and renovated finishes throughout.

The Oxford Hotel offers 80 guestrooms with claw foot bathtubs, floor-to-ceiling Chinese silk curtains and French and English antiques. The Oxford is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and houses a collection of Western American art.

The hotel is also home to The Oxford Club, Spa & Fitness Center, which offers spa services, including Swedish massages, Sugar Scrubs, manicure and pedicures, plus a full service salon and a fitness center.

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