Jurys Inn Oxford located at Godstow Rd, Oxford OX2 8AL, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 489988

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Kelly Bolton

5 Google Rating

Wonderful stay! Staff were fantastic room was brilliant. Will definitely stay again.Room was very cl

5/ 5

Wonderful stay! Staff were fantastic room was brilliant. Will definitely stay again.Room was very clean and modern. Its a short 10min walk to nearest local pub! Breakfast next day was great and Fish & Chips lunch time fantastic! Will come and stay again

James Scurr

5 Google Rating

Close to city but in quiet location near local pubs. Beds are very comfortable with good shower room

5/ 5

Close to city but in quiet location near local pubs. Beds are very comfortable with good shower room. Breakfast is buffet style with lots of choice. Fresh fruit is always provided. Good value hotel.

James Murphy

5 Google Rating

It is my favourite hotel in the city! Great location, amazing staff (Alex, Gabriela Vlad), comfortab

5/ 5

It is my favourite hotel in the city! Great location, amazing staff (Alex, Gabriela Vlad), comfortable bed. I always feel welcome there! I have notice some improvements, my executive room looked recently refurbished, crisp and modern. Thank you! See you next time!

Paul CS

4 Google Rating

A nice hotel, modern, international, great parking, great location for town (leave the car and take

4/ 5

A nice hotel, modern, international, great parking, great location for town (leave the car and take a bus) and comfortable. The only downside is paper thin walls and doors. You will hear a mouse run by! Next time I will ask for a quiet room and or take ear plugs. But overall, we will be back. Great value.

Luke Davies

5 Google Rating

An excellent offering from the Jurys Inn Group of hotels, very close to city centre. Arriving late a

5/ 5

An excellent offering from the Jurys Inn Group of hotels, very close to city centre. Arriving late at the hotel, check in was nevertheless quick and easy, with a warm welcome from friendly staff. The hotel is modern and clean, all areas being kept immaculate. Restaurant gentleman Alex very pleasant. Would recommend and definitely stay again!

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