The Macdonald Randolph Hotel is the leading five-star hotel in Oxford. Built in 1864, this landmark city centre Oxford hotel offers luxurious accommodation, 2 AA rosette award-winning food and drink and a sensuous spa. Host to prime ministers and presidents, the Randolph Hotel's renowned Morse Bar is instantly recognisable as the watering hole of Colin Dexter's world-famous detective, Inspector Morse. On the doorstep of the Ashmolean Museum and Oxford's universities, The Randolph is a hotel you should 'endeavour' to visit on a trip to Oxford.
The elegant rooms have high ceilings and period features, and each offers a modern en suite bathroom. Rooms also have satellite TV, mini bars and tea and coffee facilities, and some have Wi-Fi.
Macdonald Randolph Hotels' restaurant bar and lounge serve only the most mouthwatering dishes and the finest wines and spirits. The acclaimed chefs take the highest quality, freshest ingredients and transform them into delectable dishes. The Restaurant at the Randolph is one of the finest in Oxford, fully deserving the award of 2 AA Rosettes in recognition of its food and impeccable service. Oxford's world-famous afternoon tea is served in the Drawing Room, which is also a perfect setting for champagne teas and light snacks. But for a truly iconic Oxford experience, head for the Morse Bar and sip cocktails amidst the wood-panelled splendour associated with the nation's favourite detective, Inspector Morse and his long-suffering sidekick Sergeant Lewis.
The Spa at the Randolph is an oasis of calm and tranquillity and among the 50 best spas in the world according to The Independent. Pamper yourself with a spa package or ease your tired muscles after meetings with a deeply relaxing massage. Alternatively, the mini-gym is the perfect environment for a workout and Oxford's golf courses, parks and rivers offer hours of leisure-time activities. You deserve to be pampered - so take time to relax at the Randolph.