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We had a wonderful stay at the Oxford Malmaison firmly Oxford prison! It’s quirky and really gives you a sense of its history! I would definitely stay here again. The staff were friendly and the room was clean and very presentable!
Cannot fault the staff or room. Our only surprise was the hotel wished to charge guests £15 each for entrance to the spa. Surely a hotel of this distinction (and price) should allow guests access to this facility without supplement.
We had trouble finding this boutique hotel. Hotel staff patiently talked us to the spot. Down a small one way side street. Very near Oxford Exeter College & lots of eateries. Parking 5 minute walk back to hotel. We had a suite w/ comfortable sitting room, large bathroom & comfy bed. We would highly ...
I had a small room but it was v comfortable and quiet as it overlooked the courtyard. Lovely library to meet in / relax in if you have time to linger. Staff very nice, even going to trouble of posting a post card for me. Food at Quod delicious and worth visiting even if you don't stay at the ...
This was our second stay at the Jury's Inn Oxford. Great location and the rooms are very comfortable. The rooms are very quiet as well. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is very good with loads of options and plenty of food.
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.
We had a lovely stay. The staff was very accommodating and even upgraded us to a double after we accidentally booked two singles for no extra charge, though it turned out to be the honeymoon suite. Thank you!
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