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The hotel’s best asset is its location. Right on Broad street, shopping and museums and a theater - all is within five minutes of walking. The biggest and the only negative aspect of this hotel is that you have to walk up with a suitcase almost two flights up just to get into the reception area. Narrow and steep winding staircase leads you to a tiny reception area. If you are lucky and or willing to pay more you can stay on that “main” floor, which is two levels above the ground . If not, you might have to keep going up to 5th floor to get into your room- all while lagging your suitcases on steep staircases . No elevator and no breakfast. The room is fine, nothing special but very clean and warm . Good size bathroom. The bottom line - you have to be in perfect physical shape in order to get into your room .

Perfectly local to all places one would want to see.

I did not sleep all night as my hotel room was located under a drinking establishment. Things finally settled down around 300am. In addition a discount was advertised in the hotel folder for any purchase at the gift shop. I was not given any discount. I mentioned this as I checked out, I was told to return to the shop and it would be taken care of. The shop owner refused, explaining that a coupon was needed before purchase, despite the fact I mentioned I was a guest at the hotel before the purchase was made! So ridiculous, so petty! They have no idea what customer service should look like. I would not recommend this hotel. The breakfast is self serve, nothing to get excited about! They are a frugal bunch! Disappointing.

Bath window had no curtains and was open to construction workers. Manager should tune up her resume and find another ocupation. The narrow stairs to 3rd fl. were tough with suitcases. Rest of hotel including continental breakfast was good.

Right on a bustling central square, stay upstairs from a thriving sandwich shop (that serves included breakfast). Easy walk to all major sites. Oxford is a "must see" on any trip to London and having more than a few hours is nice. Wander the streets in the evening and get a feel for this renaissance town.

Location, location, location. The hotel is right down town. As such the room, and especially the bathroom was small.

Was in Oxford for graduation ceremony. Stayed here because it was very central, could walk to everything we wanted to see such as the different colleges and the town in general.

It was a perfect place for a woman traveling on her own. Very easy to get to, staff were helpful and the room was pleasant. Breakfast (continental) was also good.

11 Broad Street Oxford England

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from University of Oxford and New Theatre Oxford
  • Free wired Internet in public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Oxford City Centre, The Buttery Hotel is next to popular attractions like University of Oxford and New Theatre Oxford. This 16-room, 4-star guesthouse has conveniences like a 24-hour front desk.


Property features

The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area.

Room options

Deluxe Twin Room, Ensuite

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Single Room, Ensuite

1 Twin Bed | Sleeps 1

Standard Double Room, Ensuite

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Standard Twin Room, Ensuite

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for The Buttery Hotel

Everyone (9)
3
Everyone

The hotel’s best asset is its location. Right on Broad street, shopping and museums and a theater - all is within five minutes of walking. The biggest and the only negative aspect of this hotel is that you have to walk up with a suitcase almost two flights up just to get into the reception area. Narrow and steep winding staircase leads you to a tiny reception area. If you are lucky and or willing to pay more you can stay on that “main” floor, which is two levels above the ground . If not, you might have to keep going up to 5th floor to get into your room- all while lagging your suitcases on steep staircases . No elevator and no breakfast. The room is fine, nothing special but very clean and warm . Good size bathroom. The bottom line - you have to be in perfect physical shape in order to get into your room .

By on Oct 15, 2019

5
Everyone

By on Aug 24, 2019

5

location

Everyone

Perfectly local to all places one would want to see.

By , from Milwaukee WI on Oct 16, 2017

1

hotel located under a bar! no sleep to be had!

Everyone

I did not sleep all night as my hotel room was located under a drinking establishment. Things finally settled down around 300am. In addition a discount was advertised in the hotel folder for any purchase at the gift shop. I was not given any discount. I mentioned this as I checked out, I was told to return to the shop and it would be taken care of. The shop owner refused, explaining that a coupon was needed before purchase, despite the fact I mentioned I was a guest at the hotel before the purchase was made! So ridiculous, so petty! They have no idea what customer service should look like. I would not recommend this hotel. The breakfast is self serve, nothing to get excited about! They are a frugal bunch! Disappointing.

By on Sep 28, 2017

3

nice old hotel close to sights

Everyone

Bath window had no curtains and was open to construction workers. Manager should tune up her resume and find another ocupation. The narrow stairs to 3rd fl. were tough with suitcases. Rest of hotel including continental breakfast was good.

By on Sep 9, 2017

5

great location in a great town

Everyone

Right on a bustling central square, stay upstairs from a thriving sandwich shop (that serves included breakfast). Easy walk to all major sites. Oxford is a "must see" on any trip to London and having more than a few hours is nice. Wander the streets in the evening and get a feel for this renaissance town.

By , from Los Angeles on May 17, 2017

4

quick trip

Everyone

Location, location, location. The hotel is right down town. As such the room, and especially the bathroom was small.

By , from KC on Jan 28, 2017

4

quaint hotel in central oxford.

Everyone

Was in Oxford for graduation ceremony. Stayed here because it was very central, could walk to everything we wanted to see such as the different colleges and the town in general.

By , from california on May 12, 2016

4

convenient in oxford

Everyone

It was a perfect place for a woman traveling on her own. Very easy to get to, staff were helpful and the room was pleasant. Breakfast (continental) was also good.

By , from michigan on Apr 25, 2016

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