The Randolph Hotel

Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 2LN
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The Randolph Hotel
Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 2LN

The Randolph Hotel: Oxfordshire

Located in the heart of the city of Oxford, the five-star Randolph Hotel by Graduate Hotels pays homage to the history and culture that came before it from Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll, to the famous playwright Oscar Wilde, you will notice many notable details from the moment you arrive to celebrate the beautiful history of Oxford. The Randolph Hotel is the perfect location for exploring local landmarks or simply staying in and booking a relaxing treatment in the Wellness Centre, having a cosy beverage with friends at The Snug & The Morse Bar or experience a delectable evening meal at The Alice restaurant. If you wish to plan your next important event look no further. Take advantage of the 400m2 versatile event space allowing for up to 400 guests.

Signature Suites

Oxford Suite

The Oxford Suite offers a plush master bedroom with a delicious king bed, a separate living room for relaxing, a workstation, a large bathroom with a separate shower and bath featuring luxurious Malin + Goetz amenities, a complimentary mini-bar and beautiful views across Oxford.

Randolph Suite

The Randolph Suite offers ample amounts of space and luxurious comforts. Enjoy a master bedroom with a king bed, a workstation, a spacious living room with cosy interiors, a dining area, a spacious bathroom with a separate shower and bath featuring luxurious Malin + Goetz amenities, a complimentary mini-bar and beautiful views across Oxford.

Amenities

  • Signature Suites
  • 24 Hour Room/Butler Service
  • Super Conference (over 400 guests)
  • Signature Spa
  • Wedding and Events
  • Pet Friendly Hotel
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  • 5-Star Hotel Features
  • In the heart of the city of Oxford
  • Built in 1864 inspired by the Oxford University
  • Renowned Morse Bar for a cozy beverage
  • Versatile event space catering for 400 guests
  • Perfect for history lovers and creative enthusiast
The Randolph Hotel: Please share your stay experience
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Kath W Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
September 2016
“Return after 50 years.”

We spent the first night of our honeymoon 50 years ago at the Randolph. We thought it would be good to go back to celebrate our Golden Anniversary. I have to say we certainly weren't disappointed. Our suite was lovely and overlooked the Ashmolean Museum. The staff were very courteous, addressing us by our name and made us feel very special. My husband had a mobility scooter and the doorman with the top hat took it away for storage and recharging, with a will, nothing was too much trouble. In the restaurant the staff were very pleasant with Rohit making a special effort to help us celebrate our anniversary. Our request for a special item was fulfilled and made our weekend. Well done everyone.

LeadingLadyGB Exeter, United Kingdom
September 2016
“Gothic Charm”

Our classic room was stylish (newly refurbished) and spacious with a very comfortable king sized bed. It had a lovely view of the Ashmolean Museum and was surprisingly quiet for a city centre hotel.

I would recommend using the central staircase as it is quite beautiful with gothic windows and arches.

There is also a “rogues gallery” of former celebrity guests which is in a corridor adjacent to the Drawing Room. Quite interesting if you have time.

We had lunch in Acanthus which I have reviewed separately.

There is parking at the hotel, however this needs to be pre-booked (asap) as spaces are limited. The nearest car park is on Gloucester Street.

Janethebrit Altadena, California
September 2016
“Always a pleasure”

Just a great hotel. Old school charm and service. They were kind enough to upgrade our room on this trip but we would always choose this hotel when staying in Oxford. The location is perfect, and don't miss a drink in the Morse bar!

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