Named after the famous architect Nicholas Hawksmoor, this Oxford hotel room boasts a spacious living area, a luxurious queen size bed and spa-inspired bathroom; everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable nights stay!
Located in the oldest part of the Oxford hotel, on the Vicarage side of the building, this luxurious suite was named after the famous English architect, Nicholas Hawksmoor.
Our spacious Nicholas Hawksmoor Suite boasts a large living area, invigorating walk-in shower and a delightful English hand-crafted queen-size bed fully equipped with fine Egyptian cotton sheets and light fluffy pillows for the perfect night’s rest.
After a busy day exploring, retreat to the luxury hotel in Oxford suite’s exclusive private city garden for a glass of champagne, the perfect setting to unwind and escape the city bustle.
This classical style of the room is merged with modern technology to provide all you could need for a truly relaxing stay.
A leading figure of the English Baroque style of architecture in the late-seventeenth and early-eighteenth centuries, Hawksmoor also mentored and worked alongside our namesake Sir John Vanbrugh.
During his lifetime, he contributed to the design of some of the most notable buildings of the period, including St Paul's Cathedral, Wren's City of London churches, Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace.
The Nicholas Hawksmoor room offers the following little touches of luxury:
We stayed in an elegant top floor superior room, tastefully decorated with a very comfortable bed and oodles of space! The staff were so welcoming and catered for our every need. Breakfast we were spoilt for choice - everything looked scrumptious! Highly recommended!
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