Denver’s Oxford Hotel Offering Anti-Valentine’s Day Girlfriends’ Getaway Package

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If all the romance in the air each February makes you want to pull every petal off a dozen long-stem red roses or eat an entire heart-shaped box of chocolates, grab a few of your favorite ladies and head to LoDo’s Oxford Hotel for an unforgettable, couples-free escape this February with the Oxford’s Anti-Valentine’s Day Girlfriends’ Getaway.

The Oxford Hotel

The Oxford Hotel is offering an Anti-Valentine's Package

If all the romance in the air each February makes you want to pull every petal off a dozen long-stem red roses or eat an entire heart-shaped box of chocolates, grab a few of your favorite ladies and head to LoDo’s Oxford Hotel for an unforgettable, couples-free escape this February with the Oxford’s Anti-Valentine’s Day Girlfriends’ Getaway.

Starting at just $350 per night for two people, the Oxford’s decadent Anti-Valentine’s Day Girlfriends’ Getaway package includes:

  •     Overnight accommodations for two in a luxurious Queen/Queen guest room or Parlour Suite
  •     Chocolate Truffles and Bubbly
  •     Choice of a 50-minute Apricot Facial or 50-minute Swedish Massage at The Oxford Club Spa & Salon for each person
  •     A signature martini for each person in Denver’s iconic Cruise Room Bar
  •     24-hour Town Car Service within a two-mile radius of downtown

To book, please call reservations at 303.628.5421 to book or visit http://www.theoxfordhotel.com.

Uniquely LoDo, The Oxford Hotel has played a central part in Denver’s colorful past for more than 120 years. This historic, boutique hotel recently completed an extensive renovation that cleverly combines the opulence of the past with present-day comfort and convenience. New in-room amenities include flat screen TVs, complimentary wireless and wired high-speed internet service, Bose Wave radios with iPod docking stations and luxurious new pillow top mattresses and bedding. McCormick’s Fish House and Bar sits inside to The Oxford Hotel, offering a daily menu of fresh fish and fine food. The Cruise Room, which opened the day after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, serves award-winning martinis in an Art Deco atmosphere.

The hotel is also home to the Oxford Club, Spa & Salon, which offers a complete menu of relaxing spa services, including Swedish massages, Sugar Scrubs, manicure and pedicures, plus a full service salon and fitness center offering the latest in cardio and strength training equipment and a full schedule of group exercise classes. http://www.theoxfordhotel.com

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