Do you dream of a night away in one of the most expensive hotels in Oxfordshire? 

With marble bathrooms, grand wood-burning fireplaces and Michelin starred restaurants, these hotels seem have it all.

Here are some of the most expensive Oxfordshire hotels to stay in, available on

Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, Great Milton

Suite with Garden View

£1,910 - with breakfast

Oxford Mail:

The most expensive hotel in Oxfordshire on is Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Great Milton is a five star hotel with a two Michelin-starred restaurant. 

The 15th-century manor is set amongst stunning lavender-lined gardens and is described as a ‘feast for the senses’.

Oxford Mail:

With superstar chef Raymond Blanc as the maître de maison, a special night’s stay in this hotel is said by previous guests to live up to all expectations. 

The suite with a garden view is the most lavish room/s available and comes in at £1,910 - just under the average monthly salary of £1,950 a month. 

Of course, the suite boasts all the extras you would expect - including the finest linen bedding, grand wood-burning fireplace and marble bathroom. 

The Randolph, Oxford City Centre

Royal Suite

£1,029 - with breakfastOxford Mail:

Located in the city centre, the landmark five-star Randolph Hotel has a prestigious restaurant and famous Morse Bar - the watering hole of Inspector Morse. 

With bell boys, valet parking and all the bells and whistles this is a hotel for the ultra-rich - but we can dare to dream. 

Oxford Mail:

The refurbished Royal Suite suite sleeps up to two adults and one child and boasts an adjoining lounge with a dining table for six people and an excessive flat-screen mirror TV. 

Stately grandeur presides over The Randolph, there is even a TV in the bathroom so you can catch up on your favourite Netflix series in the roll-top bathtub. 

Minster Mill Hotel and Spa, Minster Lovell

Junior Suite

£375 - with breakfast

Oxford Mail:

This luxury hotel on the bank of the River Windrush in the Cotswolds is described as  “tranquil”, “outstanding” and “zen” by rave reviewers on 

Recently refurbished this impressive hotel, restaurant and bar are ideal for the wealthy with a whole host of activities available including fishing, tennis and croquet. 

Oxford Mail:

The junior suites are individually designed and dressed to take in the epic countryside views with ample seating and a large double bed. 

With a Dyson Supersonic hairdryer and L’Occitane skin care and bath lotions, you can really put your feet up and relax in one of these high-end suites. 

Minster Mill also has a Garden Spa which boasts a swimming pool, sauna and mud therapy area - however, the use of the spa will cost you an extra £15 per person, unless you’ve booked in for a treatment. 


Duplex Suite 

£450 - with breakfast

Oxford Mail:

Drenched in history the Malmaison Hotel was once better known as HMP Oxford - the 95 room hotel has been extravagantly refurbished and boasts a level of luxury, unlike any prison you’ve seen before. 

The split-level Duplex Suite features a flat-screen plasma TV, a same-day laundry service and seating area.

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The bathroom boasts a freestanding ‘feature’ bath and the suite has views across the castle mound in its city centre location. 

According to the most recent government statistics, the average UK weekly take-home salary is £474 but would you be willing to splurge just under that much for a night away? 

Vanbrugh House Hotel, Oxford City Centre

Premier Suite 


Oxford Mail:

This city centre boutique hotel was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, the architect of Blenheim Palace. 

The 18th century, 22-bedroom hotel is Grade II listed and has all the charm and character you would expect, including creaky floorboards and narrow corridors. It’s self-described as a quintessentially English hotel. 

Oxford Mail:

The Premier Suite has a four-poster bed, en suite bathroom with impressive back-to-back baths and a walk-in shower. 

Giving you a real sense of lavish luxury the ground floor suite at Vanburgh House is completed by its very own city garden with a patio - for some, it’s a real home away from home. 

All prices are correct at the time of publishing for a one night stay on Saturday 13 March 2021 (The Randolph is accurate for Saturday 10 October 2020). 

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