- The Randolph is a landmark at the corner of beautiful Beaumont Street and opposite the Ashmolean Museum. Built in 1864 in the Victorian Gothic style, it is of a similar aesthetic to many houses in North Oxford, an area well worth a wander round due to its open boulevard-style roads and imposing houses. The hotel's fame means that its prices are verging on extortionate. If you really want to have a snoop around, a cream tea in the tea rooms is a good option, although this too is overly priced and really not worth the wait in the often long queue. The spa downstairs is nice, with elaborate hot tubs and pools and all sorts of decadent treatments.
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User Reviews for Macdonald Randolph Hotel
I didn't stay at the hotel, I attended a conference at it. I arrived to a splendid and amazing entrance to a beautiful building. However I asked the staff where the condense...
- posted on 11.26.12
- by ramzoozi
Nice location and good hotel, but not 'special'.
The hotel is in a good location right in the middle of Oxford near the station, shops, theatres, etc... The general appearance is very good and from a distance the hotel looks very...
- posted on 11.25.12
- by Horseheads
Nice but ridiculously over-priced
Admittedly this was a room booked late in the evening when we decided to stay in town. Most other places were booked out so we thought 'sod it we'll stay at The Randolph'....
- posted on 11.24.12
- by AngloAussie
- Recommended 2010
There are two bars, two restaurants and a pay garage.
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- Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 2LN
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