Museum Hotel Oxford located at 107 St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1BU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 250075

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1 Google Rating

Booked a room for two nights for £178/ night. The hotel has no proper entrance and is hid above a b

1/ 5

Booked a room for two nights for £178/ night. The hotel has no proper entrance and is hid above a betting shop. We couldn't open the front door with the code (sent by the hotel in advance). There is no hotel personnel, who could welcome us and open the locked door. When calling the helpline, we were told that it is a self-serviced hotel (no prior notice was given). The lady couldn't help us open the front door and promised us to send us a new code by text message. No message was sent. Furthermore, we were told that no refund of the money could be given. (Booking Reference no. 29802).

James Freas

4 Google Rating

Great compact living space that suit short stays. Definitely has everything that is needed for a com

4/ 5

Great compact living space that suit short stays. Definitely has everything that is needed for a comfortable stay.

Bernadette Parker

4 Google Rating

Very unusual boutique hotel excellent location tiny but we'll appointed room

4/ 5

Very unusual boutique hotel excellent location tiny but we'll appointed room

Areeba Shaikh

1 Google Rating

Sooo noisy, next to a pub and a 24 hour cab service. I’m writing this in bed, it’s almost 4 am..

1/ 5

Sooo noisy, next to a pub and a 24 hour cab service. I’m writing this in bed, it’s almost 4 am.. would love to get some shut eye so I can actually explore the place tomorrow.. starting to resign myself to the fact that it won’t happen.

Jenny Hallebro

4 Google Rating

Sweet hotel with a lovely help yourself breakfast and tea area. The rooms are super tiny so you woul

4/ 5

Sweet hotel with a lovely help yourself breakfast and tea area. The rooms are super tiny so you wouldn't want to spend more time than when sleeping in the room itself, the communal area makes up for that. Great location, walking distance to most things to see and do

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