Situated in Blackbird Leys, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Kassam Stadium and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Greyfriars Oxford. Christ Church College and Radcliffe ...
If you're looking to be in the heart of the action, you could look for hotels in Oxford City Centre, around Gloucester Green and George Street, where student cafés, charming teahouses and pubs are dotted all around. Meanwhile, there are boutique stays and luxurious 4-star options with truly historic settings on the southern side of the old city, not to mention countless other Oxford hotels in the suburbs and beautiful rolling countryside of the South East.
With everything from contemporary boutique hotels to immersive historical stays in old Victorian prisons on the line-up, it's important to consider exactly what it is you want out of your Oxford hotel. With some choices, you can expect the height of luxury, where 5-star ratings herald opulent suites fit for kings, or gorgeous views over the riversides and boathouses around the prestigious university. That said, it's also possible to book a cheap hotel in Oxford with ebookers, from which you can expect lively hostels or simple pub stays with on-site bars and beer gardens.
Whether you’ve opted for a stay between the cobbled streets and Gothic architecture of Oxford centre, or you have chosen a hotel near Oxford, somewhere in the surrounding countryside, you can look forward to enjoying all the cultural pursuits and enthralling Things to Do in this famous university town. The museum collections are top notch, ranging from the Greek relics of the Ashmolean Museum to the dusty first-editions of the Bodleian Library. In the summer, a lazy punt along the channels of the River Cherwell, or an al fresco stroll through the Medieval streets could also be on the itinerary if you so choose.
Being one part lived-in student town and one part prestigious research destination, Oxford manages to seamlessly integrate budget eats and fine dining. For the former, be sure to hit the historic Covered Market, where English pie sellers meet noodle fries and other holes-in-the-wall. For the latter, it's best to search the Medieval core of the city and the university district, where refined French bistros tout gratin and great wines, and tasting degustation menus are the order of the day.
If you're only interested in seeing the historic core of Oxford, between the parks along the Cherwell, the university colleges and the City Centre, then it's likely you'll get by just on foot. If you're looking to go further afield, down the Thames or out to pretty Port Meadow, then you could either make use of the public bus routes out of St Aldates and St Giles, or do as the local students and take to 2 wheels. With so many cyclists around and plenty of parks to dip into, the city is well placed for exploration on bike.
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