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 three 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.
Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons
Renowned as one of the country's leading hotels, 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.Address: Great Milton, Church Road, Oxford, OX44 7PD
Telephone: +44 1844 278 881.
Macdonald Randolph Hotel
Located opposite the Ashmolean Museum, the time-honoured Randolph has a similarly prestigious past, having previously welcomed Prime Ministers and Presidents through its doors. It's been open since 1886 and has a good spa and restaurant aside the comfortable guestrooms. The hotel is also the favoured watering hole of TV's Inspectors Morse and Lewis.Address: , Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2LN
Telephone: +44 1865 256 400.
The Old Bank Hotel
A design hotel offering modern, comfortable and stylish accommodation in the centre of Oxford, the Old Bank Hotel has 42 impressively styled rooms, each with internet and great views of the city's skyline. The hotel restaurant, Quod Brasserie, is a popular lunch spot that uses locally sourced ingredients.Address: , 92-94 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BJ
Telephone: +44 1865 799 599.
Probably the most unique accommodation in the city, the Malmaison occupies the converted prison at Oxford Castle. Modern and sharply designed, it offers excellent dining, lively bars, complimentary Wi-Fi, comfortable rooms with power showers, CD and DVD players and high-end toiletries, as well as an exercise room and a small meeting room.Address: New Road, Oxford Castle, 3 New Road, Oxford, OX1 1AY
Telephone: +44 1865 689 944.
Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel
The Oxford Spires is set in parkland, but still sits less than half a mile from the historic centre. The hotel has 174 well-appointed en suite bedrooms, some of which have four-poster beds. It also has a swimming pool, sauna, spa bath, beauty therapy room and gym as well a stylish restaurant and library bar.Address: , Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1 4PS
Telephone: +44 1865 324 324.
The Galaxie is spread across two Victorian houses on Banbury Road, although don't expect an old-world feel. A fresh, light colour scheme gives the place a decidedly contemporary feel, while the garden is filled with modern sculptures. It's some way north of the city, but there are good restaurants nearby.Address: , 180 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7BT
Telephone: +44 1865 515 688.
A family-run bed and breakfast with the feel of an upscale boutique hotel, the Remont is the hotel of choice for those who value style and individuality above a city-centre location. There are 25 en-suite rooms, as well as two communal areas and a garden area. Breakfast is included too.Address: , 367 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7PL
Telephone: +44 1865 311 020.
Victoria House Hotel
Housed in a modern building in the city centre, the Victoria House Hotel is a basic but comfortable and convenient hotel that sits directly opposite the New Theatre. All rooms are en-suite and come with shower or bath, phone and TV – but be aware that the hotel doesn't serve breakfast.Address: , 29 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AY
Telephone: +44 1865 727 400.
A 4-star hostel within a minute's walk of the train station, YHA Oxford has 203 beds and, in keeping with the organisation's revamped image, a modern, welcoming feel. There are various en suite rooms, many of them geared specifically at families. Other features include a bar, a games room and cycle storage.Address: , 2A Botley Road, Oxford, OX2 0AB
Telephone: +44 845 371 9131.
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