Burlington House is a five-star bed and breakfast inn with very reasonable prices for Oxford, but there's a feeling of luxury about the place that you'd expect to pay a lot more for. This 3-story Victorian building is light and airy with plenty of thought given to comfort and relaxation. The home-made food is a highlight and any special dietary needs are catered for with the minimum of fuss. A specially prepared room has been put aside for disabled guests. The award winning breakfast varieties served here include freshly brewed coffee, home baked bread, homemade Granola, eggs, freshly squeezed orange juice and Greek yogurt.
If you're looking for a luxurious hotel with great views over the city, try the Old Bank, one of the most central hotels you're likely to find in Oxford. As the name suggests, it was formerly a bank: the beautiful buildings have been tastefully converted into a luxury hotel with a stylish contemporary interior. Large, dramatic oil paintings in the Quod restaurant and bar form part of an impressive collection of 20th Century British art which can be found throughout the hotel.
One of Oxford's best-loved hotels, the Old Parsonage is set in a beautiful 17th-century building, just on the edge of the main commercial area of the city. Each room is furnished slightly differently, but they all share the same cozy and charmingly English chintzy feel. The Parsonage bar and restaurant is a relaxing place to eat, and it's worth noting that it also provides twenty-four hour room service. The very popular and quaint tea room and roof terrace add to the charm.
This elegant boutique hotel is situated in the heart of Oxford, surrounded by the historic college buildings. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Oxford Rail Station is a 7-minute walk from the building. Dating back to the 18th century, Vanbrugh House Hotel offers 22 individually designed rooms with their own unique character and charm. Features include a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Delicious Oxfordshire cooked breakfasts are available in the morning for a surcharge. Oxford has a wide range of shops and restaurants to go to on Vanbrugh House’s doorstep. Reading is 27 miles away, and London’s city centre can be reached in an hour and a half by car.
This Grade II listed building is something of a city landmark, and it has been improved and extended many times since it first opened in 1866. The Randolph is a grand hotel, and its central location adds to its popularity. On the corner of Magdalen and Beaumont streets, it is close to the main shopping center, but in an area that isn't too busy or noisy.
Walking distance to the city centre, yet located in a quiet residential neighbourhood, Ethos Hotel provides guests with convenient accessibility to Oxford. This boutique hotel features a fully licensed bar and restaurant that serves daily breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner as well as complimentary snacks for hotel guests. The hotel offers Suites with super king-size beds and a separate living space with sofabeds. Free WiFi, mini kitchens, air-conditioning, under floor heating, heated towel rails, large screen TVs, and Kinu aromatherapy toiletries are standard in all rooms. Ethos guests can also enjoy Pure Gym’s fitness centre or Willows Health Club & Spa’s heated swimming pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room, and fully-equipped gym. Caffè Ethos also provides complimentary snacks to hotel guests throughout the day. Every evening from 18:00 until 20.00 complimentary canapés are served. Guests will receive three delicious appetisers with the purchase of a pre-dinner cocktail or any of the Oxford Wine Company offerings. Private parking is available for an additional fee at the property. This Victorian terraced hotel is less than a 15-minute walk from Oxford city centre, and 1-mile from Oxford Rail Station. Christ Church, one of the larger colleges of the University of Oxford, is less than a 10-minute walk away. Hinksey Heights Golf Club is less than a 10-minute drive from the Ethos Hotel.
This YHA hostel is located in the centre of historical Oxford, next to Oxford Train Station. YHA Oxford offers affordable accommodation, a restaurant serving traditional meals and self-catering kitchen facilities. YHA Oxford has a modern café/bar serving light snacks and local ales. Guests can relax in the comfortable lounge, which has deep sofas and a large-screen TV. There is a garden with a seating area and Wi-Fi access is available in all public areas of the YHA hostel. Guests have access to laundry and drying facilities. The majority of rooms contain bunk beds. Oxford University’s Botanic Gardens and Magdalen College are both within a 15-minute walk. Blenheim palace is 8 miles away and buses leave regularly from opposite the YHA Oxford.
The Old Parsonage Hotel is a boutique hotel set in a building dating back to 1660. It has 2 terraces, a new residents garden library, a restaurant, a bar, and is a 5-minute walk from Oxford city centre. All rooms at the Old Parsonage have an en-suite bathroom, a desk, storage space and a flat-screen TV. Every room has air conditioning, a hairdryer and free toiletries. The Parsonage Bar & Grill is open from breakfast until late and serves British classics with a modern twist. The property also has a private dining room that seats up to 20 people. The hotel is also licensed to hold civil wedding ceremonies for up to 20 guests. The hotel is a 17-minute walk from Oxford Train Station, a 3-minute walk from Keble College and Somerville College.
Offering spacious air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, the Royal Oxford Hotel is less than 0.5 miles from Oxford’s historic centre. The hotel is within a 10-minute walk of many of Oxford University’s Colleges and Oxford Rail Station is 200 metres away. Riverside pubs and restaurants are just a minutes’ walk, whilst Oxford Bus Station is 0.2 miles away. All bedrooms are en suite, with toiletries and fluffy towels. There is a flat-screen TV in every room as well as complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water, chocolates and biscuits. Breakfast is served each morning from 07:00 - 10:00 from Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 11:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Reception is open 24/7, and can provide information on local attractions.
Oxford Backpackers Hostel offers clean, cheap dormitory accommodation in a well laid out building. The dormitories have either eight or ten beds and are both single and mixed sex. There is a common room with satellite TV and a pool table as well as a fully licensed bar. The hostel also has internet facilities, a laundry service and a fully equipped common kitchen. There are separate showers for men and women.
For visitors arriving in Oxford by coach, this pub and hotel could hardly be more convenient. As you pull in to Gloucester Green station, you will see this large imposing building just in front of you. The bar is a bright, welcoming two-level affair which specializes in lavish European breakfasts. The lounge, entered from Gloucester Green, is the main dining area, serving coffee and light meals. It leads down into the popular main bar which has a DJ on Friday nights and serves cocktails as well as traditional ales. Upstairs, the hotel covers three floors with full facilities and family suites, all offered at competitive prices.
This converted Victorian prison is now a stunning boutique hotel offering unique luxury accommodation in historic Oxford. Limited private parking is available for a surcharge. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Stylish rooms, fabulous original architecture, a divine brasserie and 2 bars come together at Malmaison Oxford. Spend a night in a converted cell complete with luxurious additions including a power shower, mood lighting, CD and DVD players, and satellite TV. Guests can enjoy a full cooked or continental breakfast in the morning, and make use of wired internet in their hotel rooms.