Top hotels in Oxford
The trendy location and neon-lit cocktail bar belie the fascinating (and rather dark) history of the ancient building which houses this unique 4-star boutique hotel. Just a few minutes’ walk from the city centre and train station, the hotel boasts a rich and unusual décor, a restaurant and bar, and 24-hour room service. All rooms come with wine and nibbles as well as free wi-fi, a flatscreen TV with a DVD player and an en-suite with a bath, drench shower and luxury toiletries.
This 3 star boutique hotel centrally located within easy walking distance of shops, covered market, theatres and museums. A popular hotel which attracts an international following among business and leisure travellers. Step off the airport coach and you are 2 minutes walk from the hotel.
You’ll find voco® Oxford Thames Hotel on the banks of the River Thames. Here, with us, you can enjoy a slice of the Oxfordshire countryside with fresh air and plenty of space. Being only three miles from the historic city of Oxford you can explore the Historical Museums, our recommendations are Ashmolean Museum, Pitt Rivers and Bodleian Libraries. Not forgetting the world famous Oxford University, made up of 38 independent colleges including the magnificent Christ Church. Why not book yourself in for a guided tour at the Oxford Castle and Prison immerse yourself in hundreds of years about the Castle’s past. Looking for something fun, punting is a truly timeless tradition in Oxford. Punt down the River Thames and see Oxford in a whole new way. If you are escaping for retail therapy Oxford has everything you need, with the new Westgate shopping centre and independent shops in the 18th century covered market, you can shop until you drop. Explore outside Oxford to Bicester Village a luxury shopping destination home to more than 160 world famous brands. You can not come to Oxfordshire without visiting Blenheim Palace, with 2,000 acres of parkland and the stunning palace to visit you will cherish this experience forever. Something for all the family Cotswold Wildlife Park is a fantastic day out with animals from all around the world, close by to this is the Crocodiles of the World where you can see different crocodile species, fun and learning all day.
Stay a the 4-star Malmaison Oxford for a truly unique experience. The hotel resides in a converted Victorian prison, and is a tasteful blend of both modern and original features. Enjoy the hotel's one-of-a-kind interior as you dine in the Brasserie or sip a few drinks at MalBar, which also offers up some light bites. Your stylis, mood-lit room will feature a flat-screen TV with a DVD player, complimentary wi-fi, 24-hour room service, and a private bathroom.BESPOKE CAR PARKINGThere is a limit of 30 onsite parking spaces at the hotel which must be booked in advance by contacting the hotel on 01865 268400. The charge is £28.50 for an overnight stay. Spaces are subject to availability and must be booked prior to your stay in order to guarantee a reserved space. You will be asked to leave your keys with our reception team upon arrival. Please contact the hotel for further details.**Car parking spaces are not secure and vehicles and their contents left in the car parking facility are at the owner’s sole risk in all respects.Alternatively there are two council car parks located in the city centre; Worcester Street Car Park and The Opens Car Park both located within 5 minutes walk of the hotel.
Situated in the heart of the historic university city of Oxford, this beautiful 17th-century coaching-inn looks over the Examination Halls and Magdalen Tower. The convenient central location allows guests to easily discover Oxford's most iconic landmarks. City sightseeing tours are available in the area, making this a great base for guests who want to explore. The hotel offers modern, comfortable rooms which are perfectly equipped to accommodate individuals, couples and families.
Welcome to voco® Oxford Spires, a stylish hotel in Oxford with its own on-site parking. Close to the River Thames, we’re a short stroll from fascinating museums and university colleges in the city centre. Known for its dreamy spires and famous for Inspector Morse, Harry Potter and nearby Blenheim Palace and close to Wallingford and Thame where Midsummer Murders is based. Our Historic city is famous for JR Tolkien, CS Lewis and many Prime Ministers and even the odd US President all have done their studying in the famous halls and walls of the city. At voco® Oxford Spires our guest rooms offer welcoming voco® flourishes, including premium bedding, upscale toiletries and refreshing aerated showers. Whether hot or cold outside our rooms have air flow cooling and heating which will keep you cosy and in control at a touch of a button. Start your day with a generous buffet breakfast, and enjoy all-day dining in Deacons Restaurant and cocktails in Deacons bar with outside options for eating and drinking on our attractive terrace. We have a wide variety of meeting rooms – ideal for conferences, social gatherings, weddings and special events, and please remember to bask in our heated pool or de-stress with treatments at our soothing Health Club and Spa.
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Facilities and services include breakfast room, parking (extra charge) and 24 hour reception. Rooms feature television, wireless Internet access (extra charge), tea maker, heating, coffee maker, work desk and bathroom. Address: Moto Service Area, Peartree Roundabout, Woodstock, OX2 8JZ Oxford, United Kingdom.
Refurbished hotel next to Kassam Stadium with free parking, free WiFi, inclusive breakfast and easy access to Oxford city centre Holiday Inn Express® Oxford - Kassam Stadium hotel is less than five miles from central Oxford's bus and railway stations. Discounted flat-rate taxis to town make it easy and affordable to visit the 'dreaming spires' of the university's medieval colleges. Or you can leave your car in the free car park and take a bus from right outside. If you' want to escape to the country, the charming villages of the Cotswolds are only 30 minutes' drive away. Looking for a bite to eat? The restaurants at the neighbouring Ozone Leisure Park are five minutes' walk away, and you can order a takeaway to eat at the hotel. You can test your aim at the ten-pin bowling alley, catch a movie at the Vue Cinema or work out at the Park Leisure Club pool & gym; special rates for hotel. In town for business? The hotel is right next to the Kassam conference and event centre, which has facilities for up to 700. The BMW Mini plant is two miles away. You can host a meeting for up to 18 in the hotel's naturally lit meeting room. There's free WiFi throughout the hotel. An inclusive buffet breakfast with sausages, scrambled eggs and baked beans is served in the Great Room. After work, the lounge bar is the ideal spot for an evening drink with views of the surrounding countryside.
OYO Lina Guest House offers recently refurbished modern rooms with flat screen TVs and free WiFi. It is north of Oxford City Centre and has free parking. The Victorian town house has individually designed bedrooms with tea/coffee and CD/DVD players. You can reach the city centre by bus, and the Oxford University colleges and language school are easy to reach. Regular public transport to London runs for 24 hours a day. If you head out of the city, Blenheim Palace is about 12 km away, and Bicester Village Shopping Centre is 17.7 km away.
Hampton by Hilton Oxford is situated conveniently close to both the business and leisure areas of Oxford.We are only 15 minutes from the historic center and just an hour from Heathrow Airport. Oxford is the UK's oldest University City, where film fans explore the hallowed halls of Christ Church College, and punts glide gently along the River Cherwell. Our Oxford hotel is situated right next door to the Kassam Football Stadium and just 5 minutes’ walk to the Ozone Leisure Park's multiplex cinema, bowling alley, leisure club and restaurants. We are within easy reach of Oxford Science Park and only a mile from the BMW Mini plant, making our hotel a handy base for business travelers.Explore the pretty Cotswold villages and the rolling parkland of Blenheim Palace. Silverstone F1 racing circuit is 35 miles away and the famous Bicester village just 18 miles away but you do not have to go that far for retail therapy: Oxford’s newest shopping center, Westgate, home to over 100 brand new stores featuring the best of the British high street as well as prestigious global brands, is less than 5 miles away!Our inviting, air-conditioned guest rooms offer contemporary amenities including free WiFi, an ergonomic desk, a comfy bed and a 32-inch flat-screen TV. Refresh in the spacious bathroom, which features a walk-in shower or relax in our sunny hub.
Located just off the A34, three miles from Oxford town centre, whilst offering free car parking for hotel residents, the Holiday Inn® Oxford hotel is a short walk from the Pear Tree Park & Ride bus service for a 10 minute journey into the City Centre. Five minutes by car, Oxford Parkway train station puts you within easy reach of London, and designer outlet shopping at Bicester Village Retail Park. You can visit many of the University of Oxford's historic buildings including the 18th-century Radcliffe Camera and Christopher Wren's Tom Tower as well as the Ashmolean Museum. Birthplace of Winston Churchill, baroque Blenheim Palace is a 10-minute drive from the hotel. If you're hosting a business event, the Academy Conference Centre offers 11 fully equipped, naturally lit meeting rooms. Our dedicated conference team will help arrange all the details, including a fresh, energising working lunch. At this Hotel you can enjoy; - Free WiFi - 24-hour room service - Free on-site parking for Hotel Residents - Mini Gym - Air Conditioning in all rooms - Kids stay and eat free In the Junction Restaurant, start your day with a buffet breakfast, or enjoy an evening meal with family or colleagues. Keep up your fitness routine in the hotel's mini-gym or unwind and relax in our lobby Lounge & Bar. A tranquil night's sleep is assured in your spacious room, pillow menu included.
The Ridings is located near the heart of Oxford, 25 minutes’ walk from the city centre with easy bus access. Free parking and free Wi-Fi is available to all guests. The newly decorated rooms at The Ridings come with TVs with Freeview, DVD players, hairdryers and tea and coffee-making facilities.
Enjoy elegance in the heart of Oxford when you stay at Hawkwell House Hotel. The hotel occupies three beautiful buildings, including two 19th century manor houses, and is set among three acres of private gardens. Just two miles from Oxford city centre, our hotel is conveniently close to the University of Oxford, Oxford Castle and Prison, Blenheim Place, and other local attractions. Francis Howard Bickerton, Antarctic Explorer and Polar Medallist, was born in one of the hotel's houses in 1889.
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Hotels in Oxford
A city famous for its prestigious university, Oxford has produced some of the finest minds in the world within its 38 colleges. Book one of our Oxford hotels and find yourself surrounded by this great city's splendid architecture, history and culture.
University of Oxford
Oxford is rivalled only by Cambridge as the preeminent seat of learning in the country and certainly stands as one of the best in the world. Monarchs, Prime Ministers, writers, actors, directors, composers and many other public figures have passed through the hallowed halls of Oxford University – and you can too. Visit Christ Church, Magdalen and Wadham, among many others, and walk in the footsteps of Oxford alumni such as Edward VII, Oscar Wilde and Thomas Beecham.
Oxford has many great museums. The anthropological and archaeological collections of Pitt Rivers includes totem poles and shrunken heads. The Bodleian is one of Europe's oldest libraries and second only in size in this country to the British Library. The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology – where you'll see Powhatan's Mantle and the Alfred Jewel. And then there's the University Museum of Natural History with its dinosaurs, Roman skeletons and much more.
The rolling countryside of Oxfordshire is rich with pretty villages, stately homes and criss-crossing trails. And Oxford itself has its own green havens such Christ Church Meadow, Oxford University Parks and Port Meadow – perfect for a picnic.
There are four cinemas in Oxford showing a wide selection of movies from the art-house to action blockbusters. There are a host of theatres too, from the Sheldonian Theatre with its programme of classical music concerts to the Oxford Playhouse which describes itself as "a theatre for everyone".
Eating and drinking
Earning rave reviews for its food, service and value for money, Oli's Thai is one of the very best restaurants in Oxford. A choice of freshly baked focaccia, ciabatta, wraps and multi-cereal baguettes with a choice of delicious fillings is what Jimbob's is all about. And after a bit of evening entertainment, Hassan's Van serves a mean falafel salad wrap and kebab.
England's oldest covered market is on the High Street, containing anything from a butcher's shop, and a chocolatier, to a hat store and a glassware merchant. You'll discover many fascinating bookstores dedicated to second-hand, antique and new books. The University of Oxford has its own shop, selling gifts and souvenirs.
Less than nine miles from the centre of Oxford, The Cherry Tree Inn in Abingdon is a delightful stay that's easy on the pocket. A 25-minute walk from the city centre, Green Gables Guest House provides affordable 3-star accommodation. Fancy a night in a prison? Don't worry, Malmaison Oxford makes a virtue of this former Victorian gaol and delivers 4-star comfort into the bargain.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Oxford
What are the best hotels to stay in Oxford?voco OXFORD THAMES, Malmaison Oxford and The Randolph Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Oxford.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Oxford?The cheapest price for a double room in Oxford is £42, offered by Ramada by Wyndham Oxford.
What hotels are in the central Oxford neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Oxford are Old Bank Hotel, The Buttery and Vanbrugh House Hotel.
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