Oxford Hotels

Where there’s a robust tourist industry there’s generally a robust hotel portfolio, and Oxford is no exception. The most exclusive Oxford hotels offer full shiny-buckled luxury, while a glut of other options mean that all budgets are well catered for.

The Oxford hotels below have been grouped into four different pricing categories:
Luxury (over £160)
Moderate (£80 to £160)
Cheap (up to £80)
These Oxford hotel prices are for a double room per night and include breakfast and all taxes.

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Macdonald Randolph Hotel

01865 256 400.

Located opposite the Ashmolean Museum, the time-honoured Randolph has a similarly prestigious past, having previously welcomed Prime Ministers and Presidents through its doors. Aside from the sumptuous rooms in this Oxford hotel, there’s a spa and a much-lauded restaurant. Looking for a further reason to check in? The hotel is the favoured watering hole of TV’s Inspector Morse and Lewis.

Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

(01844) 278 881.

Renowned as one of leading hotels in the country, Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir is notable for far more than just its food. It’s set in the village of Great Milton in the Oxfordshire countryside, and with just 32 guestrooms it’s somewhere that emphasises attention to detail above mass-market appeal. Definitely one for special occasions.

The Old Bank Hotel

(01865) 799 599.

This is a luxury Oxford hotel offering modern, comfortable and stylish accommodation in the centre of Oxford. There are 42 elegant rooms with fixed or wireless broadband access and nice views of the city's skyline. The hotel restaurant, Quod Brasserie , not only serves excellent food but also features frequent jazz nights and Brtish artwork on its walls.

Royal Oxford Hotel

(01865) 248 432.

Located near the city centre and the railway and bus stations in Oxford, the Royal Oxford offers convenience for business and leisure travellers alike. A modern hotel with excellent service and comfortable rooms, it offers wireless broadband throughout the premises as well as aroma therapy massage and reflexology treatments.

Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel

(01865) 324 324.

This hotel is set in parkland and is located less than half a mile from Oxford's historic centre. The hotel has 174 immaculately decorated en sutie bedrooms, some of which have four poster beds, a swimming pool, sauna, spa bath, beauty therapy room and gym as well a stylish restaurant and library bar.

Malmaison Oxford

0844 693 0659.

Very much out of the ordinary, the Malmaison Oxford opened in 2005 in the converted prison at Oxford Castle. One of the most modern and elegant hotels in Oxford, it offers excellent dining, lively bars, complimentary internet access, comfortable rooms with power showers, CD and DVD players and gorgeous toiletries as well as an exercise room and a small meeting room.

Holiday Inn Express

(01865) 780 888.

A reliable choice if price is more important to you than character, the Holiday Inn Express Oxford Kassam Stadium Hotel offers the facilities usual to hotels of this kind. It’s five miles from the centre so don’t expect to wake up to dreaming spires, but it’s hard to fault this cheap Oxford hotel for those on a budget.

Victoria House Hotel

(01865) 727 400.

Housed in a modern building in the city centre, the Victoria House Hotel is a basic, but comfortable and convenient hotel. It was completely renovated in 2006. All rooms are en-suite and come with shower or bath, phone and TV.

29 George Street, OX1 2AY, Oxford, United Kingdom

Chestnuts B&B

(01865) 863 602.

This 2-star B&B is located close to bus routes, with quick access to Oxford city centre. The large garden gives the impression you're in the middle of the countryside rather than in the city. Clean, comfortable and good value.

72 Cumnor Hill, Oxford, United Kingdom

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Edited by Tina Banerjee
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