Located in Oxfordshire in southeast England, Oxford is famous for its university and academic scholars, however as one of the fastest growing and ethnically diverse cities in the United Kingdom, there’s certainly much more to Oxford than its students and teachers. Steeped in a deep history, Oxford accommodation is surprisingly modern and comfortable and attracts visitors from all over the globe. Home to some of the finest architecture in all of England, Oxford also boasts plenty of excellent museums and a thriving dining and nightlife scene with a great range of bars and restaurants. Of course, no visit to Oxford would be complete without checking out the stone buildings and ivy-clad quads of the iconic university.
Despite its historical influences, Oxford accommodation is pleasantly surprising in both its modernity and comfort. Primarily concentrated in the city centre, Oxford accommodation puts visitors conveniently close to the city’s wide range of shopping and dining options as well as popular attractions and sightseeing. Known as the ‘city of dreaming spires’, Oxford accommodation ranges from affordable motels and charming bed and breakfast options to inner city apartments, deluxe hotels and spacious and self-catering options designed to cater to all budgets and travellers. View Oxford Hotel Map