Oxford Accommodations and Hotels
It is the responsibility of the Individual Members to book their accommodation directly. Conference Care are not handling accommodation.
£91.80 per night Bed and Breakfast including VAT. Good quality single rooms with en-suite in modern block with a few double rooms available in older buildings round the quadrangle. We have reserved (and have to pay for) 50 rooms from Sunday 27th September to Check out Thursday 1st October. Rooms are bookable online for the nights of Saturday 26th September and Thursday 1st October as well. It may be possible to get a room for Friday 2nd October but this is when their Fresher’s week starts so check with the college directly.
See Pembroke College Conference Accommodations for pictures of the rooms. When you book for the Conference through Conference Care you will be given a code to book a room in the College. You will not be able to see availability at Pembroke without the code.
The rooms do not have TV but do have free WIFi.
Unfortunately the college does not accommodate children, even if they are with adults.
Hotels in the City
Not all prices for September 2020 are available – those given here are indicative of per night single occupancy and may or may not include breakfast depending on the hotel.
Randolph Hotel 5*
Beaumont Street. – £220. About 400 m from Pembroke. Under new ownership and now (March 1st) taking bookings for September 2020.
Old Bank 5*
High Street - £180. About 400 m but has an annex further away.
St Michaels Street - £200. About 300 m
Mercure Eastgate 4*
High Street - £170. About 600 m
Oxford Castle - £150. About 500 m
Head of the River 4*
Courtyard by Marriot, 4*
Paradise Street - £190. About 600 m
Museum Hotel 4*
St Aldates - £190. About 150 m.
Bocardo Hotel 4*
George Street, £125 per night - about 300 m.
Royal Oxford 3*
Park End Street - £150. About 800 m.
Rooms in Oxford can be expensive. Even the Travel Lodge on the northern by-pass is £71 per night for September 2020. This is 4 miles away and would require a bus journey to the College.
There is no parking at the College except for disabled drivers and the nearby public car parks are expensive.