Hotels near Exeter College in Oxford

Best hotels near Exeter College, Oxford

4/5Very Good34 Reviews
0.05km from Exeter College
Ideal place to stay in the heart of Oxford. Very clean and”quaint ” couple of rooms. We just stayed for the one night in two rooms , one with an en-suite, but would have been more than happy to stay longer. This is a beautiful building but the low ceilings and narrow stairs might be a problem for some people. The listing on TripAdvisor is a bit misleading as no breakfast is included (we were made aware of this when booking) Would definitely recommend. (Unless your a bit tall and clumsy!!)
FromUS$112
3.9/552 Reviews
0.12km from Exeter College
There was a woman at the front desk, and the service was sour and refreshing. First she called and ignored us. Then when she finished the call, she saw that we were Chinese. Her eyes widened and looked like what you want to do. Big sister, we are also guests. ! ! And the strange thing about this hotel is that from the entrance to the upper floor, there is only one staircase, that is, no matter how big your suitcase is, you have to go up the stairs yourself. Anyway, I will definitely not stay for the second time.
FromUS$97
4.7/5Outstanding65 Reviews
0.24km from Exeter College
We stayed just one night to meet family members for dinner in Oxford. It is very well located for the city cetre. Despite that, it is in a quiet location and we had a good night's rest in a small but comfortable room. It lacks the range of facilites that you may want for a long stay. For example, it has no lounge, restaurant or lifts, which is the only reason I could not give 5 /5 for facilites. What facitlities is does have are good: in room tea and coffee making, television, radio and WiFi. Staff are friendly and helpful. We came by car and used the Park and Ride system, which is excellent. Oxford bus services are good. The hotel is also only a short taxi ride from the station if you go by train. The hotel was ideal for a short stay and we will use it again.
FromUS$144
4.1/5Very Good72 Reviews
0.26km from Exeter College
The location of the hotel is very good. There are western restaurants on both sides of the street downstairs. It is very close to various colleges in Oxford. It is very convenient to travel. It feels that the room is slightly smaller and the sheets and quilts are not very clean! Overall cost-effective, it is worth staying
FromUS$168
3.9/561 Reviews
0.27km from Exeter College
The location of the hotel is very good. Turn right when you go out to S5 and return to Bicester for 5.5 pounds. Turn left onto gloucester street and turn left, go through the market on the right-hand side, is the bus station, you can take a car to Heathrow / Gatwick Airport, a short walk to the train station, you can use the bus Googlemap to check, I took a taxi about 6 pounds and seemed to receive cash. I booked a deluxe double room. The top floor is very spacious. There are three-seat sofas and two single sofas. The sofa is a sofa bed. The bathroom has a heated towel rail, but it looks like there is no air-conditioning inside, it is a bit cold, and it is clean and large enough. The house is very old, so it's a bit slanted. In short, it's a very British hotel. It can't be compared with our brand new five-star modern hotel at the same price. It's different. The front desk is not very warm and attentive. I arrived early and checked in and stored my luggage. I went back to the front desk and reported my name. The key was ready to put my luggage in the room. good night.
FromUS$211
3.9/548 Reviews
0.28km from Exeter College
Museum Hotel Oxford offers accommodation in historic Oxford in a building dating from 1594.Rooms include a flat-screen TV. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Extras include slippers and a hairdryer. Museum Hotel Oxford features free WiFi throughout the property.You will find a shared lounge at the property.The hotel is located a 2-minute walk from Carfax Tower in the center of Oxford. The University of Oxford colleges is 0.2 miles away as well as a range of museums and shops. Oxford train station is 0.7 miles from the property. The nearest airport is London Luton Airport, 68 miles from Museum Hotel Oxford.
FromUS$151
2.8/547 Reviews
0.29km from Exeter College
The hotel is very close to the Oxford bus station and the train station. It takes about 3 minutes and 10 minutes to walk. There is a bus at the entrance of the hotel. No elevator, the room is not as small as imagined, there is a small TV, a fan, a small table, a small closet, a double bed with two single beds, a kettle, tea, coffee, small Cookies. No air conditioning, toothpaste, toothbrush, slippers. The bathroom shower room is small, the water is not smooth, and the water can flood the ankle when taking a bath. Our room was on the road, it was very quiet at night, and there was a lot of noise after 5:00 in the morning. The curtains in the room are light, and the outside light cannot be isolated. The room is brighter when sleeping at night.
FromUS$110
5/5Perfect32 Reviews
0.29km from Exeter College
Stayed here for one night with a friend. Fabulous location with many restaurants and bars around. Check in was smooth and the room had everything we needed , tea and coffee making facilities, lovely big towels and good bathroom products. All staff were very helpful . My only issue was the heat, we turned the radiator off but the towel rail in the bathroom made it so uncomfortably hot. We were told the rail had been turned off but would take a while to cool down but it never cooled. Shame you can’t open the windows as a bit of air would have been lovely
FromUS$136
4.8/5Outstanding44 Reviews
0.3km from Exeter College
Enjoyed my stay here - room had everything I needed for a comfy stay. Location is great, George St can be a little busy at night but I was well aware of that before visiting so it didn’t bother me. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful, bathroom was really new and I found everything nice and clean. I can’t give it 5* just as opposite my room there was some noise from what sounded like an extraction unit from a building opposite intermittently at night, not the hotels fault though. Would recommend.
FromUS$99
0/50 Reviews
0.35km from Exeter College
With a stay at this apartment, you'll be centrally located in Oxford, within a 5-minute walk of New Theatre Oxford and Oxford Castle. This apartment is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Ashmolean Museum and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Exeter College.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.Featured amenities include laundry facilities and microwave in a common area.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, which has a kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a Smart television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include a fan, and housekeeping is provided on request.
FromUS$141
3.7/559 Reviews
0.45km from Exeter College
Close to the train station, Oxford University and the city center, the deluxe triple room is also very large, the facilities are a bit old and sanitary, there is no elevator, you need to carry your own luggage, others are OK.
FromUS$104
4/5Very Good67 Reviews
0.47km from Exeter College
The hotel was remodeled by Oxford Castle. The cell we booked was very special, the price was slightly expensive, and the cost performance was not very high. But the location is good, just a few minutes walk to the downtown area such as Oxford University.
FromUS$162

Reviews of Hotels near Exeter College in Oxford

4.8/545 Reviews
The location of the hotel is convenient but parking is a bit inconvenient. The room is very clean, there are sparkling water and milk and fruits you can take by yourself. The coffee machine is also great! The breakfast is also good! In short, Oxford must be great in the tourist destination
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FromUS$204
4.5/549 Reviews
It's very good. It's worth recommending. It's very good. My friends like it very much. Next time, I'll take my family to check in. Breakfast is rich, transportation is convenient, and the couple's attitude is also very good.
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FromUS$91
4/567 Reviews
The hotel was remodeled by Oxford Castle. The cell we booked was very special, the price was slightly expensive, and the cost performance was not very high. But the location is good, just a few minutes walk to the downtown area such as Oxford University.
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FromUS$162
4/534 Reviews
Ideal place to stay in the heart of Oxford. Very clean and”quaint ” couple of rooms. We just stayed for the one night in two rooms , one with an en-suite, but would have been more than happy to stay longer. This is a beautiful building but the low ceilings and narrow stairs might be a problem for some people. The listing on TripAdvisor is a bit misleading as no breakfast is included (we were made aware of this when booking) Would definitely recommend. (Unless your a bit tall and clumsy!!)
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FromUS$112
5/541 Reviews
Good location for Central Oxford. A pleasant 10-15 minute walk. Good quality spotless bed linen and towels. Excellent shower. But..... towel rail in bathroom didn't work. 0nly two cups and one mini pack of biscuits although 3 in our room. No room make up or top up of tea and coffee. Breakfast was very poor - the self service idea is fine but you have to have someone to top up etc. One small jug of orange juice and milk for the whole hotel. Not enough fruit ( which was only apples) for everyone. Not enough yoghurt to go round. Only cheap strawberry jam for the toast. Everyone was being very polite and holding back but felt very sorry for the 2 ladies who came down at about 8.45. To be fair the cereals were good ( if you weren't worried about using up the milk)and the coffee machine was fine. There's a photo of the breakfast which looks great. I don't know when it was taken but it didnt reflect our experience.
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FromUS$111
3.9/547 Reviews
Personally think it's not bad. The room is large and the bed is slightly soft, but I am relieved after going to bed. I landed in Heathrow in the early morning and drove here in the afternoon. It is a bit far from the center and a 25-minute walk. But the roads are all single-family villas, which are also very flavorful. The service staff is very good and parking is possible. At least my son likes breakfast very much, anyway, satisfied! There are too many room photos, put a burning cloud in front of the hotel less than 8 o'clock in the morning, very beautiful!
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FromUS$87
4.4/579 Reviews
This hotel is really desperate. The entrance is being renovated, so it looks a bit messy. The front desk of the hotel speaks super fast, as if it is going to save the earth. I don’t want to say a word. When I enter it, the smell is very humid. I found a reptile on the bath towel in the bathroom, which shocked me. Fortunately, I brought a disposable bath towel. Because the experience was really not good, I lay on the bed and read everyone’s comments carefully. Someone mentioned that they didn’t change the sheets. Check immediately. , Sure enough, there are unknown stains! It was not the kind that was not clean, but there were dry stains. I immediately asked the hotel to send new sheets. Fortunately, I was leaving early the next morning. I barely stayed for one night...
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FromUS$127
4.1/565 Reviews
We were a bit disappointed by this hotel. We think it probably has such good reviews because the young staff are friendly, the rooms clean and the location handy. We thought the rooms a bit shabby though--we refused the first dingy basement offering. I suspect the best rooms go to travellers who choose to upgrade--we got an email after booking saying we would get better wi-fi etc if we paid more money, which seemed a bit deceitful as it wasn't mentioned before we booked our so-called 'deluxe room'. A friendly spot, but not one I would recommend.
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FromUS$139
5/566 Reviews
Still a good hotel. It was very chic and the breakfast was good. But a little far from Oxford Christ Church College, I need to take the bus, and the bus is quite expensive. The bus needs to be lifted before it stops. It can only be said that Oxford University is really too big.
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FromUS$75
3.6/532 Reviews
The room was clean and very satisfied
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FromUS$115
4.7/557 Reviews
There is a parking lot in the backyard of the hotel. The front desk can monitor the remaining parking spaces and guide you how to park. The front desk is a waiter from a non-English speaking country with a strong Italian or Spanish accent, which is not easy to understand. Breakfast at the hotel is good, it is rich in the same class hotels in the UK. Check in can choose to debit first, check out self-service the next day, and throw the room card into the return box on the front desk. There are no shopping places around the hotel and the street is very quiet. Toothbrushes, toothpaste and slippers are not available at all hotels in the UK.
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FromUS$81
5/535 Reviews
My six-night stay in October 2021 at Green Gables Guest House could not have been more enjoyable! The location is so convenient to reach the center of Oxford—on foot as well as via public transportation. Mr. and Mrs. Bhella were absolutely THE perfect proprietors/hosts. Mrs. Bhella welcomed me very warmly and I can now see why they have been in business for so long and with such positive ratings. I occupied a single room on the upper floor which faced Abingdon Road. Even though this is a relatively busy road, there was very little road noise. My room was somewhat small, but as a “single” that was expected. I was surprised how much storage was available—wardrobe, drawers, shelves, as well as a small ottoman which also served as storage/seating. I had the impression that this room was relatively recently updated with fresh paint, and a new shower facility. The shower was small, but perfectly adequate, and water pressure was excellent. My room was immaculately clean and even though I did not have everyday service due to Covid-19 restrictions, Mrs. Bhella checked with me daily to make sure all my needs were met. What made this stay even more enjoyable was the daily breakfast service. Mr. Bhella’s Full English Breakfast was exceedingly delicious, and when combining that with Mrs. Bhella’s table service . . . perfection! It was truly “service with a smile”. It is worth a mention that the Oxford train station is probably a little too far to walk with luggage (1.7 miles), but there are several buses that service the train station which also stop nearly in front of, or half a block away from the guest house. I purchased a seven-day bus pass which made it very convenient (and economical) to hop-on-hop-off whenever and wherever I pleased. There is a taxi stand at the train station as well, and upon arrival, I chose to take a taxi to the guest house. The fare was less than £10. I took a bus to the train station when I departed. All in all, I could not have imagined a better experience to enjoy my visit to Oxford. As a senior, solo traveler, I felt safe and well taken care of. Moreover, the cost of my six-night stay was very reasonable. Thank you, Mr., and Mrs. Bhella, for such a pleasant experience! If I am ever privileged enough to return to Oxford—my first choice for lodging will be the Green Gables Guest House.
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FromUS$62
5/532 Reviews
Stayed here for one night with a friend. Fabulous location with many restaurants and bars around. Check in was smooth and the room had everything we needed , tea and coffee making facilities, lovely big towels and good bathroom products. All staff were very helpful . My only issue was the heat, we turned the radiator off but the towel rail in the bathroom made it so uncomfortably hot. We were told the rail had been turned off but would take a while to cool down but it never cooled. Shame you can’t open the windows as a bit of air would have been lovely
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FromUS$136
4.5/566 Reviews
It takes more than a fancy lobby to be a 4 star hotel in my opinion. I had 4 days to consider the things I am writing. Let me start with some positives: the blackout curtains were great, as were the toiletries and towels. My room (208) had a comfortable bed and a reasonably sized bathroom. The buffet breakfast was adequate, with a full English on offer, toast, cereals and fruit. There was a nice supply of coffee, decaf and tea provided in the room. The location is excellent, well connected to local buses for travelling around Oxford. Great hair dryer. However, the problems were the things it did not have: no carpet on the floor meant that the room was noisy. When the room overhead was occupied, I heard every footstep and creak of a floorboard, particularly disturbing at 3 am. Conversations in that room were also audible. I asked for luggage racks for my two large suitcases the day I checked in. After some hours a low pedestal showed up for one of my bags. The other large bag has languished on the floor during my stay. There is no iron, ironing board, safe or mini-refrigerator in the room. None of the flat surfaces in the room was really large enough for a laptop computer workspace. I had to sit in the breakfast dining area to do work that required room to spread out paperwork next to my computer. As it was a sunny day and the breakfast area is a conservatory, I was working wearing sunglasses to see the details on my screen. There was no bath tub. The shower did not have any type of anti-slip flooring. It was a bit like ice skating each morning to start my day. The room lacked a telephone, so no chance for a wakeup call from the front desk or a call to another room unless I used my own phone. There was no clock in the room, nor was there a full-length mirror. Although there were two coffee mugs provided, there were no glasses in the bathroom. There was no information about local businesses, attractions or restaurants in the room, a missed opportunity to promote the Summertown area. If there were any guest amenities such as an exercise room, they were never mentioned to me. The room did have filthy, drafty windows. There are also significant dust bunnies under the bed, a fact I discovered when I dropped an earring on the floor and had to look for it with a torch. A particular low point occurred on the day I checked in. Due to jet lag, I was laying down in my room in the early afternoon. One of the staff members walked in to the room without knocking. I have never had this happen in any other hotel in my many years of travel on multiple continents. Although I received a written apology and a box of chocolates, I am still shocked that this happened. I am not saying this is a hotel to avoid, but just don't expect a real 4-star room if you stay here.
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FromUS$87
5/552 Reviews
Stayed overnight here to break a long journey and it was exactly as expected. Warm welcome and a nicely equipped room positioned at the side of the property - virtually no noise. Parking is good and it took about 25 mins to walk into town - the bus service is excellent but we needed the exercise. Great value for such a convenient spot handy for the A34 and for access to Summertown and the city center.
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FromUS$95
4.1/572 Reviews
The location of the hotel is very good. There are western restaurants on both sides of the street downstairs. It is very close to various colleges in Oxford. It is very convenient to travel. It feels that the room is slightly smaller and the sheets and quilts are not very clean! Overall cost-effective, it is worth staying
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FromUS$168
4/533 Reviews
I staid 3 nights in this hostel, it was super great. It's a small hostel but very friendly. I spend lots of very good time with the people and the staff. There is a very nice terrasse where you can enjoy beer pong on Saturday night. It's very clean. If I come back to Oxford I will probably go back there.
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FromUS$29
4.2/542 Reviews
I cannot be writing enough. Just too many pluspoints. I was loving it! I was looked out for full loyally Gem was extremely nurturing, like an aunt, took me in like a mentor when I asked for guidance-she made me realise how I was running out of time when I was unpacking my bag in the reception, which was exactly the thing I needed as a type of chime which is beeping and calling. Moreover, she was extremely supportively providing when I was pouring my soul to her. She said it was acceptable to be as fretting as I was even for a person in his latest twenties like me. I chatted and chatted and chatted, speaking about my age of turning 27th plus my persona plus how I wasnt at that moments assessment living up to my age and status across the particular weekends time. I saw her smiling at me assuringly where she knew I was not doing sob stories. She said to just 'become fully myself' encouraging me to be coming into my own. I walked out through the wrong side of the double doors before heading into the nextdoor beefeater where she reminded me it's the other door to secure me time. When it is time for me to be back inside the PremierInn she was recognizing me with my haircut, trimmed stubble, sideburns plus my distinct coat waving to me. She was asking how my callback went then when we waved each other off exclaimed 'loveylies” as a term of addressing me like a vip when she went into the offices, at least I felt like a vip! This person was actually from a different place as opposed to registered at this places reception, just a locum but was clearly settled in at a rapid rate where she was in a position to be consoling me regarding my trial stint at nextdoors Beefeater from 6-9 Saturday 23rd July 2022. I felt honoured to be having her willing to be praying for me. The other person was the non locum manager Dan who was registered at this places reception who was actually from this place. There's too many things I can say. When he was called to be checking up onto me he said about how he was through his career ladders. He warned me about wearing my distinct Barca cap but left options opened to me making my own decisions which was a perf decision, the perf decision of his. He was touchingly like an uncle to me, he gave me insight where it enabled me to forecast how much can be accomplished by his stage of lives when I am his age, he just gave me something futuristically special! He made me realise how unwell I was during the time I was practising my authoritarian stance because I choked up when I was practising in front of him where he was mimicking the idea of a customer-I then was concerned how I would confront a customer because I couldn't speak in a stern vocal because I couldn't reach that vocal range due to my sore throat, breathing difficulties- he assured me I didn't need to be as confronting as expected like that plus gave me the liberty to be taking my inhalers with me incase something happened. Whats the thing I can ask more? I felt legiti
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FromUS$89
4.7/565 Reviews
We stayed just one night to meet family members for dinner in Oxford. It is very well located for the city cetre. Despite that, it is in a quiet location and we had a good night's rest in a small but comfortable room. It lacks the range of facilites that you may want for a long stay. For example, it has no lounge, restaurant or lifts, which is the only reason I could not give 5 /5 for facilites. What facitlities is does have are good: in room tea and coffee making, television, radio and WiFi. Staff are friendly and helpful. We came by car and used the Park and Ride system, which is excellent. Oxford bus services are good. The hotel is also only a short taxi ride from the station if you go by train. The hotel was ideal for a short stay and we will use it again.
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FromUS$144
3/549 Reviews
Affordable, far from Oxford, rooms are OK, Wi-Fi is only available for 30 minutes, and an additional 3 pounds is required to be renewed at the front desk. Suitable for self-driving, bus station is far away, waiting time is longer.
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FromUS$42
2.8/547 Reviews
The hotel is very close to the Oxford bus station and the train station. It takes about 3 minutes and 10 minutes to walk. There is a bus at the entrance of the hotel. No elevator, the room is not as small as imagined, there is a small TV, a fan, a small table, a small closet, a double bed with two single beds, a kettle, tea, coffee, small Cookies. No air conditioning, toothpaste, toothbrush, slippers. The bathroom shower room is small, the water is not smooth, and the water can flood the ankle when taking a bath. Our room was on the road, it was very quiet at night, and there was a lot of noise after 5:00 in the morning. The curtains in the room are light, and the outside light cannot be isolated. The room is brighter when sleeping at night.
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FromUS$110
4.8/544 Reviews
Enjoyed my stay here - room had everything I needed for a comfy stay. Location is great, George St can be a little busy at night but I was well aware of that before visiting so it didn’t bother me. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful, bathroom was really new and I found everything nice and clean. I can’t give it 5* just as opposite my room there was some noise from what sounded like an extraction unit from a building opposite intermittently at night, not the hotels fault though. Would recommend.
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FromUS$99
4.4/568 Reviews
The hotel does not have an elevator, but the service is very good. The beautiful sister helped to carry luggage and also called a taxi. The room is relatively large, there are no slippers but toiletries, and chocolate. It feels very warm. There is a garden behind the hotel. Not bad!
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FromUS$121
3.2/533 Reviews
Although the furniture in the room is a bit old, the layout of the wire socket is not beautiful, but the owner's service is in place and responsive. The breakfast was also good. The host also reminded us that if we want to finish the meal at eight o'clock, we can go to the restaurant at 7:30 to save the waiting time. There is a large collection of masters in the restaurant that are worth watching. The host is a Chinese couple, who has a convenient conversation and also pointed us to a delicious Chinese restaurant.
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FromUS$55
3.9/561 Reviews
The location of the hotel is very good. Turn right when you go out to S5 and return to Bicester for 5.5 pounds. Turn left onto gloucester street and turn left, go through the market on the right-hand side, is the bus station, you can take a car to Heathrow / Gatwick Airport, a short walk to the train station, you can use the bus Googlemap to check, I took a taxi about 6 pounds and seemed to receive cash. I booked a deluxe double room. The top floor is very spacious. There are three-seat sofas and two single sofas. The sofa is a sofa bed. The bathroom has a heated towel rail, but it looks like there is no air-conditioning inside, it is a bit cold, and it is clean and large enough. The house is very old, so it's a bit slanted. In short, it's a very British hotel. It can't be compared with our brand new five-star modern hotel at the same price. It's different. The front desk is not very warm and attentive. I arrived early and checked in and stored my luggage. I went back to the front desk and reported my name. The key was ready to put my luggage in the room. good night.
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FromUS$211
4.4/565 Reviews
The only homestay booked in this trip is a little distance from the center of Oxford Town. It takes about 20 minutes to walk. There is a separate yard to do the parking lot. It is very difficult to park at Oxford. Breakfast is done on site, there is also self-service, and the service brother is very good. The location of the front desk is not very clear, the room is on the highest floor, there is no elevator, the stairs are narrow, it will be very difficult to carry heavy luggage, and the bath water adjustment is not very good.
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FromUS$97
3.8/544 Reviews
We stayed for one night to see Status Quo play 10 mins up the road at the Oxford New Theatre. Great free parking onsite. 2 minutes from Train Station and a few more to coach station. The outside looks a little tired. The lady took us to our room after helping us park. Our room was a twin room with a double and a single bed. Really comfy. Heating on ok. No internal noise a little from the road but nothing to bother us. The bathroom looked new the shower was warm. Towel provided. Kettle tea coffee and milk. We paid £5 each for a cooked breakfast which was really nice bacon sausage beans tomato egg. Also toast cereals boiled eggs yoghurt orange juice and tea and coffee. Small bar area breakfast room and garden. Loved it. Will stop again.
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FromUS$89
5/569 Reviews
Very amazing hotel! In the cold winter, after arriving at the hotel, I saw my name on the parking lot and placed it on a reserved parking space. Very caring. Walk into a low wooden door, the wooden door is full of beautiful branches and dried fruits. Very dreamy. The warm fire that opened the door flashed in the huge fireplace, and there was a feeling in the movie. A hotel that has been remodeled for nearly 300 years. It is normal to walk up and down the stairs. I don't think it is a problem. The rooms are not large, but they are completely prepared according to the standards of five-star luxury hotels, disposable slippers (most hotels in the UK are not available), warm towel racks (all hotels stayed in 7 hotels, only this towel rack really It is so warm and warm). The location is not the most central, but walking to the central area, it is 5-8 minutes, it is also very convenient. Very close to the Bit River Museum, 5 minutes walk. Small and exquisite museums, parents with children should not miss it. The hotel’s own restaurant is very hot. Both morning and evening are full. I took my child to eat dessert at night and it tasted good. highly recommended!
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FromUS$311
3.7/559 Reviews
Close to the train station, Oxford University and the city center, the deluxe triple room is also very large, the facilities are a bit old and sanitary, there is no elevator, you need to carry your own luggage, others are OK.
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FromUS$104
5/566 Reviews
I traveled for 6 people and had dinner and breakfast at the hotel. It was okay. The parking spaces in the hotel were tight and I had better luck. It is also convenient to park the car at the hotel and walk to various attractions. I like it overall
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FromUS$146

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