Best Western Linton Lodge Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
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It is not often I say this but the only complaint I have with this hotel is that the water was too hot. Just to rinse your hands meant filling the hand basin with a mixture of hot and cold instead of running your hands under the tap. In my opinion the water was dangerously hot so be warned. Other than that the hotel was very good. A 20 min walk into the city (flat) or 5 mins from the bus stop. Also 5 mins from the Hop-on-hop-off tour bus. We upgraded to an executive room but, other than the bath-robes, I didn't see anything different from a standard room. Still only 1 chair so one of us had to sit on the bed. Breakfast was lovely (didn't eat dinner there) and staff were helpful when we had a problem. Not many parking spaces. Parking on street available but restricted during the day. If you do not eat a the hotel you have to go back into the city to eat. Nowhere in the immediate vicinity.
It's not in the middle of town, but easy to reach everything. We did the hop on hop off bus, but the real treat was Blackwell's bookshop - wow! The standard of the service and food in the restaurant was exceptional and the rooms very comfortable.
Everything very good , staff efficient and friendly , room good , clean and modern , breakfast good all you could want again staff very friendly and efficient. Parking a bonus in Oxford and a short walk to centre , will definitely stay again .
Three friends away. It must have been refurbed, everything had the new smell. Lovely rooms, massive tv, comfy twin beds which sufficed as we all had our own rooms. Staff were exemplary, happy from the maintenance man up to the reception guys. Great choice for breakfast, cereals, full English, continental. Would definately return.. I must say, I'm English but I witnessed a couple and a single lady being rude to the staff. If it was not for my friends I would have said something. No need to be rude, you tar us with the same brush.
Very expensive for a basic room no frills and basic. Breakfast was ok. Small bar with only bottled beer. Ok if you just want to rest sleep and watch the world go by. Free parking and WIFI Rooms tidy Looks like hotel is being expanded and close to town
Stayed here for 4 nights on a business trip and was very impressed with the hotel. Very smart and modern, all the staff were extremely pleasant and happy to help. Breakfasts were excellent with a good variety and plentiful supply. Bedrooms were well appointed - I had an executive room with bathrobes, full tea and coffee making facilities and ironing board and iron. Hairdryer was also included as well as plenty of good quality toiletries. we found parking not a problem and it was a 20 minute stroll into the centre of Oxford with numerous bars and places to eat. I would stay here again and would recommend this hotel.
On the plus side it is clean and I would guess has been recently redecorated. Breakfast staff friendly. About 15 minutes walk from City Centre. On the negative, the shower in our room 204 would not stay in place and kept turning toward the wall giving the wall a shower rather than me. An alarm went off in the middle of the night. Parking is only free if you are only there between booking in and booking out times. We arrived at 12:00 on Sunday and asked reception if we could leave our car there while we went into Oxford. (Something we have done with many hotels in many places with no problem. )We were told fhat we could but as check in is not till 3:00 p.m. We would have to pay £2/ hour. Two things wrong with this. 1. There was only one other car on the car park so it wasn't as though they were short of spaces. 2. We took our car into Oxford and only got charged £2.50 for the rest of the day. So although they advertise free parking it is only partly true. Probably will not stay here again.
Hotel is about 15 minutes walk from the city-centre and, as such, charges less than the ones closer to the centre. Car -parking is free for hotel residents (provided they have a permit from reception) The rooms are small and comfortable but not brilliantly furnished (I stayed in room 1 and the bottom of the bed had a hole in it). The bathrooms are adequate and cleaned to a good standard. The hotel seems to be popular with for foreign guests whose concept of breakfast is not the same as the locals ! It's a decent place to stay and the staff are friendly. I would certainly stay here again
a place I stayed recently on my University visit this place was clean BREAKFAST: full English was good, buffet lacked spreads, staff very friendly and attentive ROOMS are extra small as this is a period property BASIN was without a water mixer, just an old victorian " burn yourself or use ice cold water " setting LATE CHECKOUT is pricey this hotel has very noisy floors!
Very welcoming staff at a clean ,warm hotel .Good position as able to walk to city centre leaving car at the hotel with free parking. Very good nights sleep in a comfortable bed followed by a delicious breakfast .All staff attentive and helpful if needed.
Best Western Linton Lodge Hotel places you within a mile (2 km) of popular attractions like Pitts Rivers Museum and Oxford University Museum of Natural History. This 87-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a 24-hour front desk. Located centrally in Oxford, it's also close to South Park and Ashmolean Museum.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 87 rooms provide coffee makers and ironing boards. Hair dryers are also standard.
At Best Western Linton Lodge Hotel, guests have access to a porter/bellhop. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the area.
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49% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 716 reviews