Where to Stay
When visiting Oxford, consider staying at one of these hotels:
Macdonald Randolph Hotel
Our Macdonald Randolph Hotel is the leading 5-star hotel in Oxford and offers luxurious accommodation, delicious food and a sensuous spa haven in the heart of this world-famous University City.
Located in Oxford’s city centre, our hotel is a landmark building with elegance and charm aplenty. Guests will love our Acanthus Restaurant which offers an exciting experience, serving mouthwatering seasonal dishes prepared by our highly skilled chefs. Our hotel has played host to prime ministers and presidents, and our renowned Morse Bar is instantly recognisable as the watering hole of Colin Dexter’s world-famous detective, Inspector Morse. Our Cartoon Bar is the latest to hit Oxford, offering an outstanding selection of Champagnes and Gins along with classic cocktails and light bites.
Welcome to Malmaison Oxford, a boutique hotel in Oxford city centre with 95 richly appointed rooms and suites that are packed with some of the best creature comforts that come to mind. Housed in a former prison, the rooms in our Oxford hotel are rather more spacious than your average jail cell and come complete with luxurious beds, super-fast Wi-Fi and power showers.
Enjoy sumptuous dining in our stylish Brasserie, where fresh, local and classic dishes are cooked to perfection. You’ll discover generous portions and our passion for food. Be sure to stop by our neon-lit bar, where the only clink is the sound of glasses as you raise a toast with our cunning cocktails, world-class wines or cold, refreshing beers. Just five minutes from the bars, restaurants and museums in town, this is without a doubt one of the most unique and thrilling hotels in Oxford city centre. So who wants to escape? It would be a crime not to.
Old Bank Hotel
The independently owned Old Bank, centrally located on Oxford’s famous High, is a breath-taking statement in design. The 5 star hotel has 43 luxury bedrooms, many with unrivalled views of the city’s most famous landmarks.Ranked 4th in Condé Nast Traveller’s ‘Top Hotels in the UK’ in their 30th annual Readers’ Choice Awards, and listed in The Sunday Times Ultimate 100 British Hotels as ‘the place to stay in Oxford’, the Old Bank is surrounded by the colleges of Merton, All Souls, Christ Church and University and sits proudly opposite the iconic Radcliffe Camera and Bodleian library.
Old Parsonage Hotel
Oxford’s 17th century Old Parsonage combines original charm and character with all the luxury, amenities and technology available to an independently owned 5 star hotel.Best known by locals and visitors alike for its eclectic country house charm, chic modern interiors and striking 20th century portraits, the Old Parsonage is a luxury home-from-home with impeccable hospitality.A striking balance of old & new, each of the 35 individually designed bedrooms & suites feature luxurious handmade beds, rich natural fabrics, unique Oxford sketches and magnificent marble bathrooms. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the walled courtyard, relax within the peaceful & stunning surrounds of a carefully curated library, or explore the city the traditional way and borrow one of our vintage style bicycles…
Bath Place Hotel
The Bath Place Hotel is a cluster of seventeenth century cottages surrounding a tiny flagstone courtyard in the heart of Oxford, seconds away from colleges, libraries and museums. The cottages nestle between New College, one of the University’s oldest colleges, and Hertford College, established in the thirteenth century. The New College Bell Tower, which has been in continual use since the thirteenth century, is visible from many of the hotel’s rooms. More on the history of Bath Place Hotel.
Bath Place Hotel is a small, family run and friendly licenced Oxford hotel, very close to the Sheldonian Theatre and the Bodleian Library, Opposite Holywell Music Room and less than five minutes on foot from the Oxford Playhouse, the New Theatre and the main shopping area.
We have fifteen cottage-style rooms all of which are doubles or twins. There are also several family suites. The rates vary according to the time of year, the size of the room, and the location. Please see Rates and Booking for more information.
All rooms are ensuite with digital flat-screen televisions, Minibar, and coffee- and tea-making facilities. We also have a licensed bar and lounge with fireplace for our guests.
The Buttery Hotel
Welcome to The Buttery, set in the heart of Oxford,
on historic Broad Street. If you want to be surrounded by dreaming spires, beautiful buildings, celebrated pubs, a fantastic range of restaurants, theatre and cinemas then The Buttery is the place to stay.
We are the only accommodation provider on this spacious, gracious thoroughfare, which is home to Oxford University’s Sheldonian Theatre, Balliol and Trinity Colleges, The Museum of the History of Science and the world-famous Blackwell’s Bookshop. Oxford’s central shopping district right. We are just a short walk from Oxford’s Westgate redevelopment, a destination for Retail, Dining, Leisurstarts on your left, whilst the Broad widens out to your e & Events. No other site offers such a perfect location.
Whether you are looking for a short break or longer stay, The Buttery looks forward to welcoming you to explore the wonders of Oxford from our central location.