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Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel

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73 High Street, Oxfordshire, OXFORD, OX1 4BE

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About the hotel

The Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel is a stunning 4-star hotel located in Oxford city centre, just opposite some of the University buildings and perfectly located for a walk around the city while you visit Oxford. The 17th century building has recently been refurbished. The Oxford Eastgate Townhouse boasts Marco's New York Italian restaurant.

Enjoy Eastgate Hotel's heritage and soak up the great culture, such as J. R. R Tolkien and C. S Lewis, that many famous faces did too upon their visit.

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Showing Thursday 28 July 2016 to Friday 29 July 2016

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Hotel services
24 Hour Reception
Dining
Restaurant , Bar
Other
Lift to all floors
Business
Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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Check-in
From 14:00 hours
Check-out
Until 12:00 hours
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The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets
Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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Good

All reviews (18)

67% would recommend it to a friend

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  • Louise G

  • June 2016

Very swish

Refurbished Eastgate is very swish and luxurious, super service, fab bathroom, comfortable beds, interesting updated quirky decor and of course a marvellous location in central Oxford.

Car parking is tight but the reception staff help out and manage this well.

  • Chris D

  • June 2016

Nice hotel; pity about the toilet paper

When I pay £200 a night for a hotel room, I do not expect to have to use thin, small squares of toilet paper of a quality that would struggle to qualify for a supermarket's cheap range of products.

Penny-pinching of this sort spoils the whole experience, which is marketed as luxurious.

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