Located off Queen's College on the High Street, the charming Mercure Eastgate features views of the city and easy access to all Festival venues. The hotel offers cosy rooms with en suite bathrooms, climate control, flat-screen TV, and coffee/tea makers.
The Randolph Hotel is the leading 5-star hotel in Oxford and offers luxurious accomodation, delicious food and a sensuous spa heaven in the heart of this world-famous University City. Located in Oxford's city centre, the hotel is a landmark building with elegance and charm aplenty.
The Tower House is a central Oxford Grade II listed 16th century guest house with 8 bedrooms, all decorated with old, modern, repurposed and handmade furniture and equipped with the usual suspects such as a flatscreen television, tea and coffee facilites, a hairdryer, complimentary toiletries and free wifi access.
Other Accommodation Options
For rooms from £35 per night, try the Premier Inn and Travelodge hotels. These hotels are towards the outskirts of the city, just inside the ring road, but they have very good bus links into the City centre. There are also a number of Bed and Breakfasts in Oxford, and we recommend using the Experience Oxfordshire website to view available accommodation.