Oxford

Looking to explore Pitt Rivers Museum or discover the historic Oxford Castle? Or perhaps you’re in Oxfordshire for business? Whatever your plans are when you are in this famous University City, the Mercure Eastgate hotel will make sure you’re well catered for. An 11-minute taxi ride from Oxford station, the hotel’s roomy bedrooms are perfectly located for a weekend away, as they’re situated just off the high street in the heart of the University’s colleges. Take a stroll up Catte street and visit the 17th century Bodleian Library – the second largest in the UK, which to this day contains more than 11 million works and is the University’s main research library. Continue up Parks Road and spend an afternoon in the University’s Museum of Natural History, or, if the sun is shining, relax among the students in the University Park along the banks of the river Cherwell. Alternatively, if you’re looking to get back to nature during your stay in Oxford, there is no better place to head to than the botanic garden. Founded in 1621, there are over 8,000 different plant species to see in Britain’s oldest botanic garden, and it’s one of the most diverse collections of plants in the world. As with all our hotels, in Oxford’s Mercure you’ll feel right at home with its warm and comfortable setting and attentive and approachable staff on hand for any needs you may have – from your personalised check-in at the beginning of your stay, through to the fast check-out when your trip comes to an end.


Our Mercure hotels in Oxford

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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