The perfect base for your Oxford Exploration…Our stylish and well-appointed 22 rooms and suites in our luxury hotel in Oxford have been beautifully designed with the Oxfords hotel’s philosophy of understated luxury and supreme comfort.
The epitome of tranquillity, each room has its own character, shape and style. Our designer has chosen a luxurious palette of subtle greys and whites complimented by a delicate balance of modern and traditional furniture.
Our beds are sumptuously comfortable, dressed in fine Egyptian linen to ensure a relaxing night’s sleep. Like most of our furniture our bedframes were handmade in England to our specification.
Here at the Vanbrugh House Hotel, Oxford, we offer views of some of Oxford’s best attractions. Immerse yourself in our past as each room is named after a distinctive character or location within Oxford. Each beautiful story is displayed on the wall for you to enjoy.
Our bespoke service style is finely tuned with careful attention to detail and round the clock service so that you can unwind in elegant surroundings. At Vanbrugh House, Oxford Hotel, our 21st century technology is easy to use and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi is available throughout.
I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough. The hotel itself was beautiful and an excellent location. The staff were so friendly and personable, they couldn't do enough for you. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and we're hoping to return in the future!
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