Where to stay
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On-site accommodation at special rates
There will be limited accommodation available at St. Anne’s College (on the site of the conference) on a first come first served basis at a special rate of £75+VAT per night (B&B).
Choosing a hotel
The price given for each accommodation is the notional cost of a single room, as of September 2015. These prices are examples only as prices for 2016 are not available yet. We recommend you contact the hotel you’re interested in directly, by phone or email, as there are often special deals to be made. We also recommend you book early: Oxford is a very popular tourist destination with high demand during September. The majority of single rooms are en suite, but do check this, and also whether breakfast is included. The luxury hotels are Malmaison, The Randolph, The Old Parsonage and The Old Bank Hotel, all at the more expensive end of the market.
Various hotels are in characterful, historic buildings, such as Holywell Bed and Breakfast, Bath Place Hotel, The Buttery, The Tower House Hotel, Malmaison, The Randolph and The Old Parsonage. In some cases you should be aware this means steep stairs and quirky rooms, such as in Bath Place Hotel. ‘Boutique’ hotels or hotels with striking or appealing interior design include The Bocardo, Vanbrugh House Hotel, Malmaison, The Old Bank, The Old Parsonage and Mercure Eastgate Townhouse.
The hotels closest to the Conference venue at the Mathematical Institute on Woodstock Road are, in order of distance, The Old Parsonage, Cotswold Lodge Hotel, Rewley House, followed by The Randolph, The Bocardo, The Buttery, The Tower House, Vanbrugh House Hotel, Victoria House Hotel, Holywell Bed and Breakfast, Bath Place, Parklands, Linton Lodge Hotel.
Parking is not available at Bocardo, The Buttery, The Tower House, Vanbrugh House Hotel, Victoria House Hotel.
There is chargeable parking available at Bath Place (limited, £17.50 per night), Malmaison (limited, pre-book at £28.50 per night), Mercure Eastgate, Royal Oxford (very limited at the nearby Staples shop car park, £5 per night), The Randolph (limited). There are public car parks in the vicinity of central hotels but fees are high, so it may be worth considering staying further out of the centre and taking a bus in.
Parking is available at Holywell Bed and Breakfast, The Old Bank, Linton Lodge, Cotswold Lodge, The Old Parsonage, Burlington House, Cotswold House, Five Mile Guest House, Holiday Inn, Hollybush Guest House, Marlborough House Hotel, The Oxford Hotel.
Even if parking is listed, it is often limited, so check in advance about availability and cost. Some of the hotels listed do not make clear whether parking places are available.