I felt a bit like I was staying at a very good youth hostel. The rooms were clean and comfortable. There was plenty of bathrooms so there was no waiting for your turn. There was also a choice of a shower or bath. They were also spotless. Unlike some hotels I have stayed in there was no noise through out the night from revellers however my room looked directly at the bell tower and it chimed on the hour every hour throughout the night, ear plugs solved that problem though! There was plenty of choice at breakfast and well cooked. Accommodation is expensive in Oxford I would recommend you give this or one of the other colleges a go!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Whilst not one of the old colleges, St Hugh’s can offer accommodation set within fourteen acres of quiet, leafy North Oxford. Located just outside of the city centre, we are only a 15 minute walk from the main attractions of Oxford.We can offer ensuite bedrooms within the relatively modern Maplethorpe and Rachel Trickett buildings. We can also offer rooms with shared bathroom facilities within our more traditional Main Building. All rooms are provided with bed linen, towels and toiletries, and tea/coffee making facilities. ... more less