George Oxford Hotel located at 29 George St, Oxford OX1 2AY, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 727400

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Nicole Edwards

2 Google Rating

The rooms are clean, but the hotel is just above a bar and is very noisy (till 3AM). There is no ele

2/ 5

The rooms are clean, but the hotel is just above a bar and is very noisy (till 3AM). There is no elevator and each floor is actually more like 1&1/2 flights each. We were promised a room move from the second floor (actually like 3) to the first floor, never happened .

Sebastian Long

1 Google Rating

Unquestionably the worst hotel experience of my life. There’s a nightclub smoking area right outsi

1/ 5

Unquestionably the worst hotel experience of my life. There’s a nightclub smoking area right outside the hotel, so you’ll be enjoying booming music and second-hand cigarette smoke until 3am. No fan, AC or vents so the room was stifling. Never again.

Dragos Miler

4 Google Rating

Very clean and quiet. Awesome location near city center and train station. Nice view and good price

4/ 5

Very clean and quiet. Awesome location near city center and train station. Nice view and good price. Has TV and very clean bathroom.

Tansy Wade

3 Google Rating

In the heart of the city center but no elevators so it could be a bit difficult to take luggage up

3/ 5

In the heart of the city center but no elevators so it could be a bit difficult to take luggage up and down the stairs. However, great service.

Tony Barnett

2 Google Rating

Could not argue about the location it was right in the city centre so perfect for my needs.I have ne

2/ 5

Could not argue about the location it was right in the city centre so perfect for my needs.I have never stayed in a hotel without a lift and all rooms require you to climb stairs so not very disabled friendly. I was at the front and found it hard to sleep became of the racket from the pubs and nightclubs near by. The curtains in the room did not fit the window and were transparent which did not keep the light out. The basin in the bathroom hot water tap had no pressure and took 10 mins to fill up especially as I kept losing the water because of the wrong size of plug.The shower head sprayed out a fierce jet to one side and only a little water came down from the head also the plug sockets where on one wall only which was very inconvenient. The reception are had a sign up constantly saying back in 5 mins so it was difficult to get anyone to listen to by complaints about the room. Overall not a good experience maybe ok for a one night stay but I was there for 6 nights Great location bad hotel

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