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Old Bank Hotel...

The independently owned Old Bank, centrally located on Oxford’s famous High, is a breath-taking statement in design. The 5 star hotel has 43 luxury bedrooms, many with unrivalled views of the city’s most famous landmarks.

Ranked 4th in Condé Nast Traveller’s ‘Top Hotels in the UK’ in their 30th annual Readers’ Choice Awards, and listed in The Sunday Times Ultimate 100 British Hotels as ‘the place to stay in Oxford’,  the Old Bank is surrounded by the colleges of Merton, All Souls, Christ Church and University and sits proudly opposite the iconic Radcliffe Camera and Bodleian library.

"...The hotel is in a historic building, but totally modernized with great style and fabulous modern art..."
image-1b image-2_summer_ob "...We have travelled far and wide and found this hotel to be exceptional!..."

Explore Oxford...

Enjoy a well-earned break with many of the best places to visit in Oxford being nearby, such as the Natural History, Pitt Rivers and Ashmolean museums… Wander into Jericho and Little Clarendon Street where you will find cafes and bars with lots of character, or take a stroll through University Parks, Port Meadow or along the winding bank of the River Thames.

Climb the University Church of St Mary’s Tower for a great aerial view of the city, explore the side streets and alleyways to find some of Oxford’s notable and historic pubs… meander along the high street for lots of independently owned shops and boutiques, and Oxford’s real hidden gem, the Covered Market.


Quod Restaurant & Bar...

Quod Restaurant, with its show-stopping onyx bar and stylish Italian terrace, forms the hub of the Old Bank Hotel. Formerly a banking hall, this space was transformed by owner Jeremy Mogford to become Oxfords largest, busiest and most successful restaurant.

A solid statement in elegant, contemporary design, Quod houses an eclectic collection of modern art by young British artists such as Sandra Blow, Craigie Aitchinson and Damien Hirst.