Looking for a good value hotel in the beautiful English city of Oxford? Check out our top value picks located in the city centre!
For the following selections, TravelMag.com’s hotel team compared over 70 hotels in the area based on price, amenities, location and, in particular, client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of top value picks.
Set in a building erected during Restoration-era Oxford, this boutique hotel sits to the north of the city centre close to the beautiful gardens of the Oxford University Parks. The hotel has two delightful terraces, a garden library and a dedicated restaurant and bar. The modern interior of the building complements the wonderful history all around, with various Oxford colleges in the immediate vicinity.
The Royal Oxford is ideally located for Oxford train station, just to the west of the city centre. All the facilities you would expect from a serious hotel are in place, with air conditioning, free wi-fi, full English breakfasts and complimentary hot drinks. But locale is key to the hotel’s success, with wonderful pubs and restaurants on the banks of the River Thames just a short walk away, and Oxford’s historic centre similarly close at hand.
A magnificent city centre hotel, and the finest five-star option Oxford has to offer. Stunning bedrooms in opulent surroundings evoke images of eras gone by and the host of luminaries who have stayed within its walls. An award-winning restaurant and the famous Morse Bar provide sustenance, while nearby museums and colleges combine to make a stay at the Randolph the very epitome of an historic Oxford break.
Newton House is formed of twin Victorian townhouses on the southern edge of the city, in the close to a number of Oxford University’s most famous colleges and their recreation grounds. The picturesque River Thames passes just to the north of the guesthouse, which includes beautifully decorative rooms, each of which includes free wi-fi. Local transport links are excellent and the city centre is just a 10-minute walk away.
One of the best-reviewed hotels in the whole city, the Old Bank is praised for its location, peacefulness and the quality of its facilities. The hotel’s Quod Bar and Brasserie is superb, with a lovely terrace and frequent live jazz. The friendly staff are more than happy to give pointers as to the best places in the city to visit, all of which are within an easy walk from the Old Bank’s central Oxford location.