Just spent a couple of nights at the historic Eastgate while I attended a conference in Oxford. The food was good as was the service. But if I had brought my cat with me I would not have had room to swing it in the room I was allocated. Nor was there any provision for leaving a case except on the telephone table. There was just room to climb into bed on one side and that was all. Other guests told me their rooms were bigger but we were all charged the same price - £117/person/night which was advertised as a discounted rate because of a deal with the conference organisers. It seemed expensive to me but I suppose as a delegate to the conference I was regarded as a "captive audience" there to be exploited. As I say it was adequate in other respects but I did not come away thrilled with my stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally a 17th Century coaching inn, this 4 star hotel has 63 en suite rooms. The hotel is ideally situated for visiting the historic colleges as well as participating in the year round entertainment, including open air plays, river punting and the May Day celebrations. The main shopping area is nearby. Facilities are available for breakfast only. The hotel is easily accessible via M40, pay parking is available. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Eastgate Oxford Hotel Oxford
- Accor Eastgate Oxford
- Mercure Oxford