This hotel is on the periphery of the Oxford University community and a 15 minute walk to the downtown core. It was refurbished in the spring of 2014 and is now a luxurious boutique hotel. It has kept the original architectural details giving it charm and a cozy atmosphere yet it has all the modern conveniences you might expect. The restaurant is also small but the service and food are outstanding.
Fabulous central Oxford location. I had a huge room and loved looking out over the sunny, busy street - which was completely quiet at night. Lovely staff, efficient checking in, clean and comfy, internet worked well, staff printed documents for me... everything was perfect. Spacious bathroom - water pressure was a bit low so the bath took a while to fill but that was not a problem. I would definitely come here again.
Jo from Edinburgh
Set on Broad Street, surrounded by historic University Colleges, The Buttery welcomes you to enjoy the wonders of Oxford from …More
The hotel is a traditional 17th century terrace so expect lots of character. I had a great stay here and found the staff to be very friendly. Breakfast was served at the adjoining cafe and was excellent.
Dan from UK
Oxford is a delightful city, famous for its dreaming spires, ancient University colleges and beautiful architecture. The …More
I happened to stay in a reasonably large room at the backside where is quiet.
Mind some rooms in this hotel are in irregular shape and could be quite small (also facing the street). You can ask the staff to give a good room otherwise...
The 3-star Royal Oxford Hotel offers an excellent Oxford accommodation solution in a convenient position just 2 minutes …More
I had a lovely stay at Mercure in 2014. The room was clean and comfortable. Although it's not terribly modern, it has everything you need and is more reasonably priced than comparable hotels in the area. Located on Merton Street just off the High Street, which is really convenient.