Designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, architect of Blenheim Palace, the 18th century-built Vanbrugh House Hotel is located on St Michael’s Street, which runs adjacent to the Oxford Union. Our 22-bedroom property offers an authentic sense of place, surrounded by elegant architecture, historic venues and beautiful riverside walks.
20-24 St Michael's Street Oxford OX1 2EB United Kingdom
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Although its advertised with Breakfast this turned out to be a little basket sent to your room with a yogurt pot, croissant, a few cheese sticks, orange juice and tea. For a 4 star hotel of course I was expecting a cooked breakfast!! There's no bar at the hotel, no hairdryer or glasses in the room but if you do need anything you can call reception! On your own phone!! as there's no internal phone in your room either. The mattress was so hard and uncomfortable so was very disappointed with the hotel given that its one of the most expensive in Oxford and I was in a suite.
Great boutique hotel right in the thick of it just a street away from The New Theatre where we saw Squeeze beautiful quirky rooms fantastic beds had a great sleep staff very friendly professional, this whole experience was a gift and upon request The hotel added fizz flowers and chocolates absolutely lovely would highly recommend
This was our last ( and must expensive ) stay in London. Let’s just say they have amazing photographer. We came back to the hotel and we’re unable to get in all the doors we’re closed and locked we rang the buzzer 3x … finally someone came to the door. The staff are very pleasant and kind but the property needs a makeover and a key fab that lets people in. Both the TV and the light up mirror didn’t work , curtains were dingy and ripped. Location was right in a thoroughfare of partiers. I would expect this from a much cheaper hotel.