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8.4 Very Good 248 Reviews
Oxford, England - 1.3 mi from city centre
  • "Stayed as needed to be in Oxford for a meeting, the room was spotless and there is a drinks station is located on the landing, the staff were friendly, and there is a cafe underneath that is reasonably priced, free WIFI and parking. I was happy for the price I paid. " Blaine Blaine
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8.4 Very Good 2419 Reviews
Oxford, England - 310 yards from city centre
  • "We loved this place and the creative concept they had. Our room was perfect with the most stunning views of their beautiful grounds. Everything was immaculate here and the staff were really nice. The breakfast was the real highlight and was such good quality. " william fogg william fogg
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9.1 Superb 478 Reviews
Oxford, England - 340 yards from city centre
  • "I was travelling for work purposes and stayed here overnight. It’s a great central location which was ideal for me. It’s a great hotel, the room was perfect and there’s a lovely onsite restaurant." mike Wake mike Wake
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8.3 Very Good 2351 Reviews
Oxford, England - 400 yards from city centre
  • "My wife and I stayed here for the weekend. Lovely charming place with great staff and wonderful breakfast. The location is spot on for visiting the local attractions." martin toner martin toner
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8.1 Very Good 1090 Reviews
Oxford, England - 0.4 mi from city centre
  • "I stayed here with my husband overnight for my birthday. We had a nice room with a nice comfortable King-size bed. Wifi was really good connection, really fast. Nice location for visiting Oxford." terry terry
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7.2 Good 1400 Reviews
Oxford, England - 0.4 mi from city centre
  • "This is a great hostel. My friends and I stayed here for a few nights as we were staying in Oxford. It's clean with comfortable beds and sofas. Location is ideal for city centre. Sean and Jos made us feel very welcome and gave us lots of info about the area." Gemma Freemantle Gemma Freemantle
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8.1 Very Good 1110 Reviews
Oxford, England - 0.4 mi from city centre
  • "We stopped at Royal Oxford Hotel for 3 days as my sister and I were visiting family. We were greeted by the lovely staff here on arrival. Our room was very clean with tea and coffee facilities and a fruit bowl. Good location being close to bus and train station." katie katie
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8.4 Very Good 2411 Reviews
Oxford, England - 0.9 mi from city centre
  • "Great stop for business trip. My room was immaculate and well appointed. The staff were very helpful. They had some spa facilities but I didn’t’ get to use, maybe next time. The breakfast was great." Pam Long Pam Long
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8.2 Very Good 1630 Reviews
Oxford, England - 1.3 mi from city centre
  • "We had a great family short break here. A 30 minute walk into the centre or alternatively you can catch a bus nearby. Very clean hotel and we enjoyed the breakfast." nir amin nir amin
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9.1 Superb 370 Reviews
Oxford, England - 1.3 mi from city centre
  • "This is a fantastic place we were travelling from Scotland and must say we had a great experience here. The room was beautifully decorated and really comfortable. Lovely fire place in the lobby area." Paul Johnson Paul  Johnson
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8.7 Fabulous 1463 Reviews
Oxford, England - 1.6 mi from city centre
  • "The Galaxie was a really good modern budget hotel, with an equally modern en-suite. It was nice and easy to get to, coming in off the M40 and then the A34. There was good parking and a bus stop nearby, so getting in and out of Oxford was nice and easy. The staff were all polite and attentive and helped make my business stop over for 3 nights a lot more bearable. Would recommend for both visiting Oxford for leisure and for business." Mr G Smythe Mr G Smythe
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7.7 Good 1493 Reviews
Oxford, England - 1.7 mi from city centre
  • "I was visiting some family and stayed at Hankwell for a couple of nights. Great staff who were warm and friendly. Very nice room and the location is perfect for the city centre." John Marshall John Marshall
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8.8 Fabulous 364 Reviews
Oxford, England - 1.9 mi from city centre
  • "Surrounding outdoor areas are very well maintained, got on well with the hosts who seemed genuinely interested in our well being which we appreciated. Gets a seal of approval from us." Elka.Z Elka.Z
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8.4 Very Good 5348 Reviews
Oxford, England - 2.7 mi from city centre
  • "We loved this hotel so much. It was fantastic the rooms were big and absolutely immaculate. We were attending a conference held here and there so therefore stopped here for the weekend. Breakfast was really good with lots of choices for vegetarians." ian lindsay ian lindsay
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8.5 Very Good 1565 Reviews
Oxford, England - 2.9 mi from city centre
  • "I came here with 2 friends and we had a great time. Nice bar area where we stopped and had a few drinks. We loved the spa area. Lovely breakfast which provided lots of choice" Bob & Jean Bob & Jean
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Tourist Info

Wreathed in its instantly recognisable honey coloured limestone and topped with its so-called 'dreaming spires', Oxford presents much more than just a pretty picture. Oxford has a reputation as one of the finest in England, with a university that is undoubtedly one of the best in the world. The colleges of course make for easy sightseeing - around every corner is yet another glorious example of collegiate architecture, but there are also plenty of museums and art galleries to be explored, not to mention shops, bars, restaurants, cafes and, of course, punting.

Carfax clock tower can be found at the very centre of Oxford, at the junction between four of its main streets: St Aldgate's, Cornmarket, Queen Street and High Street. From here, the heart of the city is arguably found a short walk away outside the Radcliffe Camera. This oft-photographed library is the poster child for Oxford University, its domed roof and circular foundation surrounded on all sides by other, just as photogenic, outposts of the colleges; and, of course, you're not far from the Bodleian Library, with its 11 million works and ancient heritage. You're also within sight of the famous Bridge of Sighs which connects the two sides of Hertford College.

Backing onto Radcliffe Square is Exeter College. Founded in the early 14th century, this is where Tolkien first studied at here, and was also the inspiration for Philip Pullman's Jordan College in His Dark Materials. It is also, despite its diminutive size, one of the most regularly filmed colleges in Oxford, which means you may recognise it from any number of television shows and films, but most notably the film adaptation of Northern Lights, and Inspector Morse.

For more Tolkienesque adventures, you can visit his grave in Wolvercote, about two miles north of Oxford, as well as Pembroke College where Tolkien was a fellow throughout the time he was writing The Hobbit. There are, of course, literary landmarks all over the city, and it wouldn't be hard to spend your time going from pub to pub where various groups of authors or intellectuals (or both) are said to have regularly met. The Eagle and Child on St Giles' Street for example is where Tolkien and C.S Lewis' literary band of brothers met during term time, before switching to the Lamb and Flag on the opposite side of the street.

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Oxford's history doesn't begin and end with the university and its illustrious graduates, however, and there are plenty more attractions to be seen, such as the fascinating Ashmolean Museum, the unique Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of the History of Science which houses the world's most extensive collection of scientific instruments. It is also home to a blackboard covered in scientific equations used by Einstein in 1931! If that's not enough to satisfy your curiosity, the Botanic Gardens, founded in 1621 to study medicinal plants, is a wonderful way to while away an afternoon.

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