Hampton by Hilton Oxford3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
A little far out of town but use pick me up ride share by local transit for only 2.50 instead of a taxi! Fairly basic room with a nice walk-in shower. Smaller queen bed. Good included breakfast. Helpful front desk.
Stayed there with my son before his tournament. Quick check in and out. Clean rooms and comfortable beds. Breakfast could have been better. Cold eggs and bacon and mushrooms were from a can but otherwise the rest was ok. Would stay there again.
We have stayed in Hampton Inns across the United States and were interested in seeing how the brand did in the UK. We had two pleasant night there. Although it is outside of Oxford, the bus is an easy 10 minute walk and drops you off in the heart of Oxford. A taxi back to the hotel cost about 10 pounds. With what we saved in city center room rates, we were comfortable with the cost. The room was comfortable and quiet. It had excellent air conditioning, although it was not needed as much when we visited. Breakfast was adequate. No the charm of a Bed and Breakast, but a comfortable place to stay.
The hotel is clean and quiet and perfect for stays during business trips. Not near the city centre, but great for a place to stay when working away. Close to the cinema and a number of restaurant chains.
Excellent customer service, staff were second to none on their effort to make our stay as good as possible. Lovely size rooms, very clean. Excellent facilities with a bar and late night snack menu. Breakfast was lovely
Originally from Hong Kong, Studied in UK, travelled a bit, stayed in various hotels from 5 stars Mandarin Oriental to hostel - if you have similar background, you might find my comments useful. Staff is friendly, parking is free if you register the car plate. Located in a quiet area, although within 3 mins walking there is cinema, bowling, restaurants and bar. Room is small but clean and tidy. It provides every basics that you need - iron, hair dryer, shampoo, shower gel etc. Ventilation and air con is functioning well , which is very important if you are travelling in a summer like me. The shower is great, unlike some other hotel across the UK that tend to be quite weak and not hot enough; although the bathroom is not very spacious. Overall this this is the kind of value that you would expect with this rate.
As always, the Hilton always delivers on quality service and hospitality. Hogged the bar in the evening and met some wonderful people. Had some cheeky take outs and ate them at the Hilton, they provided the cutlery without batting an eyelid.
Probably not likely to choose the American brand again. Rock hard beds but housekeeping gave me a thick duvet to put on top of mattress - no mattress toppers. Full fat UHT milk pots for tea? - priority is for the coffee drinker with that type of milk. Also would have liked water cooler in reception, after thirsty trip on a warm day. Also to re-fill our bottles so that we can have water by the bed to take medication. They have water coolers in the American Hilton Inns.
The room was clean and seemed very new, but narrow. Everything was ok in the room except for the windows, which could not be opened. The aircondition worked like it should, however. The mattresses were slightly too hard, like usual in similar accommodations. Breakfast was good, with a delicate variety of dishes. The staff was friendly and helpful and provided us with an extra duvet when we asked for it. The hotel was located some kilometres from central Oxford, but location was still good as the hotel was surrounded by a variety of restaurants, parks, and a football stadium.
This is a new property which includes a hot breakfast. The room was clean and quiet. The bathroom was likewise clean; bring your own washcloth. This property is nowhere near Oxford and there is nowhere you can walk from this property. Each time you want to go somewhere, like Oxford City Centre, you must pay a 12.00 pound fare to a taxi there and back. This significantly increased the cost at staying at this hotel. The hotel authorized and charged the entire stay's cost a full day before we even got there. There was no mini fridge, ice machine, or self-serve laundry. One of my pet peeves is that many hotels do not have a mini fridge in the room or self-serve laundry facilities. In my view, these are what travellers would appreciate most. If we went back to Oxford, we would not stay here because of its poor location. Instead, we would stay at the Randolph which is right in the middle of Oxford City Centre.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Hampton by Hilton Oxford places you next to Kassam Stadium and within a 3 miles (5 km) of O2 Academy (Oxford). This 3-star hotel has 103 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. At the end of the day, the bar/lounge is a great place to grab a drink.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The bathroom offers a rainfall showerhead and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include an electric kettle, a laptop-compatible safe, and a phone.
Renovated in 2016, Hampton by Hilton Oxford offers a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include a business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and a computer station.
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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 864 reviews