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Bit disappointed that I was kept waiting at the desk whilst the receptionists read their computer screens - finishing accounts etc. No eye contact, perhaps too busy? More staff needed? Enjoyed my bar meal in Coopers - Chile with wild rice but disappointed that the rice was plain white rice and not ...
Wanted a central hotel to explore Oxford colleges and culture. The Malmaison experience is unique and quirky. Very helpful staff, very stylish rooms and superb Brasserie. Highly recommended!
The Buttery is a good central place to stay in Oxford. We have been coming here for the past three years, however this time the cafe on the ground floor has now gone and so we had to find breakfast elsewhere not really a problem but it was a nice cafe when it was up and running. Also this time they ...
We spent a night here and there were some lovely parts, but also some disappointing parts. The room was quite loud as we were roadside, however, the bedroom (and bed) was so comfortable and very clean. Downside is that there were nearly no plugs - 2 in total, and both very far away from the bed. ...
Snuggled in a quiet street yet a short refreshing walk to all that Old Oxford has to offer. The staff was very welcoming and kind, even presenting you with a complimentary drink upon arrival. Rooms were a little small (two adults with luggage) but had everything you could need with hot water and ...
Excellent place to stay in Oxford. Quite good restaurant and good pub. Staff are friendly and very helpful. The hotel is within a short walk of city center, Pitt Rivers Museum, and a number of restaurants. The University is just blocks away. Highly recommend this hote.
Stayed one night as part of mini trip around Cotswolds to celebrate significant birthday. However I made monumental mistake with booking but the hotel staff were understanding and averted what should have been a disaster by coming up with an upgrade with discounted cost to ourselves despite hotel ...
Oxford is famous the world over for its rich heritage and cultural attractions, from ancient seats of learning to some of the best high street tearooms on the planet! Whether you're visiting to see Oxfordshire's art galleries and museums, or prefer the great outdoors and theme parks, you'll not be disappointed, and a four star hotel in Oxfordshire makes the perfect base for you to explore the sights and attractions of this wonderful and quintessentially English county.
You can of course visit Oxfordshire throughout the year, but spring and summer tend to be the most popular months for walking, climbing and cycling. There is a particularly good choice of theme parks and these are open in all seasons; the kids will love the Waterfowl Sanctuary and Children's Farm in Banbury, for example, and the Crocodiles of the World zoo in Brize Norton, the only crocodile zoo in the United Kingdom! If the weather turns a little chilly or wet then you can always head into Oxford itself and do some shopping, or drop into the Museum of History and Science or the Oxford Bus and Morris Motors Museum in nearby Witney. There are so many things to explore and enjoy from your four star hotel in Oxfordshire that you'll find yourself spoilt for choice!
Oxfordshire four star hotels such as Macdonald Bear Hotel in Woodstock and Old Bank Hotel in Oxford have excellent services and facilities, including conference rooms and broadband Wi-Fi, especially useful for business guests but also increasingly demanded by regular visitors. Many of Oxfordshire's four star hotels are also within close proximity of attractions such as Blenheim Palace and the old Oxford colleges, so you're bound to find something to suit your taste and purposes.
The landscape of Oxfordshire is liberally strewn with historic and cultural gems, from stately homes such as Blenheim Palace to national treasures like Oxford itself. Even in the smaller centres such as Bicester, Chinnor and Carterton you'll find great accommodation options, from small B&B establishments to four star hotels such as Malmaison in Oxford and The Lambert Arms in Watlington. All of these hotels offer their guests comprehensive services and facilities, including a fitness centre and indoor pools in many cases, and easy access to the local attractions. The road network in Oxfordshire is excellent, and whether you're relying on public transport or come under your own steam you'll have no difficulty in getting around.
Oxford has one of the oldest universities in the world, and staying at one of the city's four star hotels will allow you to explore the older colleges. These include the likes of All Souls, founded in 1438, and Merton College which is even older, dating to 1264. You'll also have the incomparable Bodleain Library close by, as well as the Museum of Oxford and attractions such as Carfax Tower. Oxford and other towns and cities across the county will never leave you short of things to see and do!