Whether you’re visiting Oxford for business or pleasure, finding high-quality, centrally located accommodation is probably very important to you.and staying in one of our luxury serviced apartments Oxford could be the ideal solution if you’re looking for upmarket executive rental accommodation with a home-from-home feel.
What are Serviced Apartments?
Serviced apartments are furnished temporary living spaces designed for short-term or a long-term stay. When you stay in one of these rental apartments, you’ll get many of the amenities you’d find in a hotel, but without the usual impersonal surroundings, high charges and lack of privacy.
This type of holiday apartment usually includes cooking facilities, as well as a bedroom and living accommodation, so you can prepare your own food and relax after a busy day of meetings or sightseeing, rather than have to dine out or in a hotel restaurant every night.
Perfect for Holidaymakers or Corporate Visitors
Our serviced apartments are located within easy reach of the Oxford’s main attractions, including the Bodleian Library, the Ashmolean Museum and Oxford Castle, as well as restaurants, bars and theatres, making them ideal for holidaymakers planning to spend seven days or more in this fascinating city.
They are also close to many of the University of Oxford’s world-famous colleges and its SAID Business School. As our stylish apartments can be rented for up to a year, that makes them great for visiting professors looking for high-end accommodation in the heart of the city.
Why choose a Serviced Apartment rather than an Oxford Hotel?
Oxford has a number of hotels, but when you stay in one of our chic apartments, you’ll enjoy additional space, privacy and home comforts for less. Our serviced letting spaces were designed by award-winning architects, so they have more character than most hotels. They also feature practical facilities, such as free WiFi and fitted kitchens, yet are surprisingly affordable when compared to luxury hotel accommodation.
You can come and go as you please, prepare snacks and meals, and work from the comfort of a leather sofa in front of the television rather than a noisy hotel business centre too.