The Organising Committee carefully selected and reviewed a list of recommended hotels and other accommodation options. Check our suggestions below and book your conference accommodation well in advance to secure the best available rates.

Hotels within a 15 minute or less walking distance from the conference venue

  • Hotel Malmaison***** at Oxford Castle. When William the Conqueror invaded England and won the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Oxford Castle was marked by the Normans as the ideal place for a motte-and-bailey castle. For a taste of Oxford’s fascinating history, stay at Malmaison, provided you don’t mind that from 1785 to 1996 it served as a prison, and was redeveloped into a boutique hotel and visitor attraction only in 2006. Address: 3 New Rd, Oxford OX1 1AY Website:
  • Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City Centre*****. Take in the stunning views of Oxford Castle from the rooftop terrace of this latest state-of-the-art hotel in Oxford. Address: 15 Paradise St, Oxford OX1 1LD Website:
  • The Randolph Hotel*****. Opened in 1866, The Randolph is Oxford’s oldest purpose-built hotel, opposite the Ashmolean Museum of art and archaeology. It featured in the detective television series “Inspector Morse” and “Lewis”. Afternoon Tea in the Drawing Room is the epitome of English style. Address: Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2LN Website:
  • The Head of the River****, Overlooking the River Thames and Folly Bridge, where the alchemist Roger Bacon lived and worked in the 13th century, this stunning pub with stylish bedrooms in the converted boat yard offers a quintessentially Oxford experience. A winch that was once used to lift material on and off the boats can still be seen today. Address: Folly Bridge, St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 4LB Website:
  • Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel****. This beautiful 17th-century coaching-inn offers modern, comfortable rooms just around the corner from the conference venue. Address: , 73 High St, Oxford OX1 4BE Website:
  • Old Bank Hotel*****. This elegant hotel boast rooms with some of the best views of the dreaming spires, just a stone’s throw away from the conference venue. Address: 92-94 High St, Oxford OX1 4BJ Website:
  • Vanburgh Hotel Oxford*****. Designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, architect of Blenheim Palace, the 18th century-built Vanbrugh House has been recently converted into a swanky hotel offering individually designed rooms in the heart of Oxford. Address: 20, 24 St Michael’s St, Oxford OX1 2EB Website
  • George Street Hotel*****. This well appointed large hotel offers convenient accommodation in the heart of Oxford. Address: 15-19 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AB Website:

Hotels within a longer than 15 minute walking distance from the conference venue

  • Voco Oxford Spires Hotel****. Sitting adjacent to the River Thames and somewhat mysterious Opus Dei House, this newly refurbished stone hotel, offers a large range of both traditional and contemporary rooms surrounded by tranquil parkland. It is a 25-minute walk away from the conference venue. Address: Abingdon Rd, Oxford OX1 4PS Website:
  • Best Western Plus Oxford Linton Lodge***. A 30-minute walk away from the conference venue, this charming townhouse hotel offers a choice of comfortable rooms in a quiet location. Address: 11-13 Linton Rd, Oxford OX2 6UJ Website:
  • Westgate Hotel**. Originally built as a coaching inn, this small family-run hotel offers a dependable choice of basic rooms. It is a 20-minute walk away from the conference venue. Address: 1 Botley Rd, Oxford OX2 0AA Website:
  • Travelodge Oxford Abingdon Road**. A 40-minute walk or a short bus or taxi ride from the conference venue, this no-frills hotel cannot be beaten on value. Address: Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1 4XG

Other accommodation options