Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2LN - Guest Rating: 78%
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75 kms to the airport (heathrow)
90 kms to the airport (birmingham)
10 minute walk to the nearest metro station (ohr)
1 km to the nearest station (oxford)
1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
It is traditional. The hotel was built in 1864 and is a prime example of neo-gothic architecture.
The rooms are situated at the front of the hotel and have good views of Oxford. The bedrooms are very elegant and furbished in rich fabrics with all facilities. They are of an excellent decor and standard and are of a medium size. All rooms have the facilities that you would expect of a 5 star hotel.
The restaurant at the Hotel has recently just won its second AA rosette for its cuisine and features contemporary menus in an unrivalled setting with fabulous views of the city. If a more relaxed atmosphere is desired for a quiet drink then the Morse Bar provides a peaceful environment in which you can relax and unwind.
The hotel is centrally located on Beaumont Street which is less than 10 minutes walk to the train station and city centre.
You might recognise this lovely hotel as it was often used to file both Inspector Morse and it was a firm favourite with the cast and crew of Inspector Lewis (the follow on programme from Inspector Morse) which filmed at the hotel in 2005. The newly opened 'The SPA at The Randolph' is built in the old cellar of the hotel with vaulted ceilings, luxury Italian tiling and fabrics plus relaxing candle light that creates a luxurious atmosphere unlike any other in city. Awared it's 5 stars in March 2007, this is Oxford's finest hotel. (09/08 db)
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