We continue to closely monitor the advice and information being issued from government and health authorities, for up to date information please visit our dedicated COVID page.
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, we’ve got over 240 stylish guestrooms and plenty of facilities to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep in this beautiful city.
Our 4* hotel is on Godstow Road, just a stone’s throw from the vibrant Oxford city centre and attractions. To make the most of your stay with us take a look at our Oxford City Guide.
Each room, whether standard or deluxe, includes free WiFi, en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV & Freeview, air conditioning, trouser press, iron & ironing board, 24-hour room service, work station and a hairdryer as standard.
We also offer a number of wheelchair accessible rooms with a wet room, extra floor space and wide doorways.
We continue to closely monitor the advice and information being issued from government and health authorities, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse is currently closed.
We proudly house a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill which opened in January 2017, and ‘Coopers’ bar - inspired by the classic Mini - the perfect place to refuel well into the evening.
With 20 dedicated rooms hosting up to 350 guests, we’re fully equipped to host your business events and you can expect free Wifi, audio-visuals, and support from our experienced in-house team.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Housed in an impressive example of neo-Gothic architecture, The Oxford University Museum of Natural History has a range of interesting collections and exhibitions to explore. Famous for the Oxfordshire dinosaurs, the Dodo, and the swifts in the Tower, there is plenty to see and do as you peruse the Life Collections and Earth Collections. The museum also runs a range of events and workshops, take a look at What’s On and plan your visit today.
Admission is free to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, which is a short twenty-minute bus ride from Jurys Inn Oxford Hotel and Conference Venue.
Take the guided tour and discover the 1,000-year history of Oxford Castle. The tour is led by costumed character guides and includes a visit to the Saxon St George’s Tower, which is not only one of the oldest buildings in Oxford, but affords 360-degree views of the beautiful historic city below. The tour also takes you to the 900-year-old underground crypt, Debtors’ Tower, and Prison D-Wing.
The castle is open daily from 10am, and can only be explored by guided tour. Oxford Castle is a twenty-minute bus ride from Jurys Inn Oxford Hotel and Conference Venue.
For more information on things to do in Oxford, take a look at our Oxford City Guide.
Exploring beyond Oxford
There are many things to see and do in the areas which surround oxford, including:
Travelling to and from our hotel in Oxford
The Jurys Inn Oxford hotel is well connected to some of the UK’s most prominent cities:
Manchester to Oxford: 3 hours via the M6 and M40 or 3 hours 30 minutes by train
Birmingham to Oxford: 1 hour 15 minutes via the M40 or 1 hour 40 minutes by train
Leeds to Oxford: 3 hours via the M1 or 4 hours 15 minutes by train
London to Oxford: 1 hour 30 minutes via the M40 and A40 or 1 hour 20 minutes by train