News for the Hospitality Executive
Denver, Colo. (April 29, 2011) – The Oxford Hotel is pleased to announce that it is now managing the Oxford Club, Spa & Salon, which sits adjacent to LoDo’s historic boutique hotel.
Uniquely LoDo, The Oxford Hotel - which is owned and managed by Denver’s Sage Hospitality - has invested more than $35,000 in improvements at the Oxford Club since taking over management responsibilities, including new furniture and linens in each of the spa’s nine luxurious treatment rooms and a complete remodel of the Pedicure Room. Additionally, the Club has spent more than $125,000 in the past year on upgrades to the Fitness Center, including extensive new cardio and weight lifting equipment.
In celebration of this new partnership, The Oxford Hotel is now offer complimentary valet parking to all Oxford Spa & Salon guests who are experiencing at least a 50 minute treatment or service.
The elegant Oxford Club offers a full menu of relaxing services, including Massage, Reflexology, Salt Scrubs, waxing, facials, Microdermabrasion, manicures and pedicures. The Salon at the Oxford Club specializes in women’s and men’s haircuts, coloring, perms, Japanese Hair Straightening, deep conditioning and makeup application.
The 5,000 square foot Oxford Fitness Club features the latest in cardio and weight training equipment, as well as a full schedule of group exercise classes daily, including yoga, Spin, step and kickboxing. Fitness memberships are available to the general public starting as low as $56 per month.
The Oxford Club, Spa & Salon is located at 1616 17th St. For more information or to book an appointment, please visit www.oxfordclubspa.com or call 303-628-5435.
For more information on The Oxford Hotel, please phone (800) 228-5838 or visit www.theoxfordhotel.com.
About The Oxford Hotel
Uniquely LoDo, The Oxford Hotel has played a central part in Denver’s colorful past for more than 119 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. The hotel is home to McCormick’s Fish House and Bar, which offers a daily menu of fresh fish and fine food, and the Cruise Room, which opened the day after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933 and serves award-winning martinis in an Art Deco atmosphere. The hotel also features 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 a newly remodeled fitness center. www.theoxfordhotel.com
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