I don't understand the appeal. Year after year the Oxford Spa is ranked as one of the top spas in Denver. I have always only had rushed appointments, rude front desk clerks and how can they not provide parking? I vowed never to return after a miserable factory like massage 8 months ago but was given a gift card for a recent event. I really went in with an open mind hoping for a few hours of much needed relaxation. Alas, the bikini wax was rushed and sloppy. Then, I awkwardly witnessed my tech yell over the balcony, in front of other guests. to the reception attendant that I had upgraded the service, apparently by asking her to even the hair line. My massage was amazing, really. I was so pleased and thought, maybe I have been too critical in the past. Then, the woman checking me out said I owed additional money even though the cost of both services fell well within the gift card amount, tips included?! When I questioned her math and her reasoning, as she fumbled with a calculator in her hand, she raised her voice and questioned if I could afford what she claimed was the difference! I was so humiliated after some back and forth, I gave her the cash and left mumbling: this is why I never come here, they drain the relaxation right out of you. There are countless other Denver spas with more intimate settings and kinder staffs who are interested in assuring their clients enjoy a few hours of luxury.
Pros: the building is a historical wonder