Best Spa Hotels in Oxfordshire, UK

A selection of the best spa hotels in Oxfordshire, UK. A selection by Selina Meier

The Oxfordshire Golf & Spa Hotel (Thame)

The Oxfordshire Golf & Spa Hotel (Thame)

The Oxfordshire is a luxurious haven, nestled in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside, just 20 minutes from the centre of Oxford. This stylish retreat boasts modern rooms, where guests can relax and unwind in the lap of luxury, with en suite bathrooms featuring designer toiletries, flat-screen TVs, private balconies and air conditioning. Guests can also take advantage of free parking and free Wi-Fi. For those looking to stay active, Tempus Health and Fitness Centre provides a swimming pool, sauna, hot tub and treatment rooms, as well as a modern gym. The championship golf course, with its 18-hole American parkland style design, offers the perfect setting for a round. For a meal, guests can enjoy Signature Restaurant’s varied menu and world wine list, overlooking the golf course, or relax in the stylish lounge bar, with its range of beverages and snacks. There’s also a Clubhouse Bar with an ample terrace.

Rooms: 50 Stars: 4

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The Randolph Hotel (Oxford)

The Randolph Hotel (Oxford)

The Randolph Hotel, by Graduate Hotels, is situated in the centre of Oxford, close to the Ashmolean Museum. Guests can enjoy luxurious rooms with high ceilings, period features and modern en suite bathrooms. Amenities include free WiFi, satellite TV, mini-fridge, tea/coffee facilities and a wellness centre. The Restaurant at the Randolph serves a variety of European cuisine. Just metres away from the University of Oxford Colleges, the picturesque riverside and boathouses are a 15-minute walk away and Oxford Railway Station is 0.5 miles away.

Rooms: 151 Stars: 5

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voco – Oxford Spires (Oxford)

voco – Oxford Spires (Oxford)

voco – Oxford Spires is the perfect escape for those looking for a luxurious spa experience. Set in 40 acres of parkland, this 4-star hotel offers the perfect blend of relaxation and convenience – with a pool, gym, spa, and free Wi-Fi access. Enjoy a range of beauty treatments at the Willows Health Club and Spa, or indulge in the exquisite cuisine of Deacon’s Restaurant. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon tea at Deacon’s Bar, or a snack from the informal menu. With the historic city centre just 15 minutes away, voco – Oxford Spires is undoubtedly one of the best spa hotels in Oxfordshire.

Rooms: 181 Stars: 4

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Crazy Bear Stadhampton (Stadhampton)

Crazy Bear Stadhampton (Stadhampton)

Crazy Bear Stadhampton is a unique boutique hotel just 15 minutes’ drive from Oxford’s historic city centre. Set in 80 acres of farm and woodland, it features a double decker bus reception, English and Thai restaurants, Thai massage, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, en suite bathrooms, 24-hour room service, bathrobes, a farm shop and bar. Enjoy an all-day Sunday lunch, afternoon tea and continental breakfast, plus outdoor activities such as clay shooting, fly fishing and archery for private events. Delicious cocktails are made with fresh purées and garnishes, while rare-breed meat reared on the hotel’s own farm is used in the restaurants.

Rooms: 16 Stars: 4

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DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry (Thame)

DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry (Thame)

DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway. Set in 17 acres of beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, just off the M40 and 8 miles from Oxford city centre, this luxury spa hotel offers a range of facilities, including a heated indoor pool, sauna and pampering treatments. Rooms feature free WiFi, 24-hour room service and a bath and shower. There are tennis courts, a gym and two courtyards with flower borders and a sparkling fountain. Enjoy a delicious meal in the Rycote Restaurant, or a drink and light snack in the Terrace Bar. Blenheim Palace is within easy reach, and the Waterstock and The Oxfordshire Golf Courses are nearby. Free parking is available on site.

Rooms: 154 Stars: 4

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Leonardo Royal Hotel Oxford – Formerly Jurys Inn (Oxford)

Leonardo Royal Hotel Oxford – Formerly Jurys Inn (Oxford)

The 4-star Leonardo Royal Hotel Oxford, formerly Jurys Inn, is just 5-minutes’ drive from the city’s historic centre and 0.5 miles from the A34. Spacious bedrooms are equipped with Dream beds, TVs, tea/coffee facilities, work areas, and en-suite bathrooms. Guests can enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast in the Restaurant, whilst Leo’s Bar & Lobby serves light meals and drinks throughout the day. For dinner, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse is open Monday-Saturday and reservations are advised. The hotel also offers a fitness centre, sauna, and swimming pool. Car parking is available, and Oxford Train Station and the M40 can be reached in 10 minutes by car.

Rooms: 240 Stars: 4

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Minster Mill Hotel & Spa (Minster Lovell)

Minster Mill Hotel & Spa (Minster Lovell)

Nestled in 65 acres of gardens, wildflower meadows and woodland on the banks of the River Windrush, the newly refurbished Minister Mill offers a tranquil and luxurious escape. Located in the Oxfordshire village of Minster Lovell in the heart of the Cotswolds, the hotel boasts free WiFi, L’Occitane products, flat-screen TVs and an array of activities. Guests can enjoy fly and coarse fishing, hire bicycles, and take part in croquet, boules, badminton and tennis. For those looking to relax, the Garden Spa offers E SPA treatments and spa facilities for an additional fee, as well as three treatment rooms, an indoor heated plunge pool, pool side rock sauna, aroma steam room, ice fountain and tropical rainforest showers. The restaurant serves seasonal, contemporary and traditional British food, while the stylish bar offers fine wines, champagne and cocktails.

Rooms: 38 Stars: 4

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Best areas to find hotels in Oxfordshire, UK

Oxfordshire is a beautiful county in the south of England, known for its rolling hills, idyllic villages and picturesque towns. It’s also home to some of the country’s top attractions, including the stunning university city of Oxford, the charming market town of Abingdon and the stunning Chiltern Hills. Whether you’re looking for a short break or a longer stay, Oxfordshire has plenty of great places to stay.

Oxford is undoubtedly the most popular destination for visitors to the county. Not only is it home to the world-famous University of Oxford, but it also has a vibrant cultural scene, a wealth of historic buildings, and plenty of shops, cafes, and restaurants. There are a great range of hotels in Oxford, from budget accommodation to boutique luxury. Popular areas include the city centre, Jericho, Summertown, and Cowley Road.

The historic market town of Abingdon is another great choice. Abingdon is home to a range of attractions, including the famous Abbey, the 14th-century Market Place, and the ancient town walls. There are plenty of excellent hotels in Abingdon, from traditional inns to modern hotels. Popular areas include the High Street, East St Helen Street, and the Thames Path.

If you’re looking for a rural retreat, the Chiltern Hills is the perfect spot. This stunning area of natural beauty is home to a range of quaint villages, rolling hills, and lush woodlands. There are a number of charming hotels in the area, many of which are set in picturesque locations. Popular areas include Goring, Watlington, and Henley-on-Thames.

For a peaceful stay in the heart of the countryside, the Cotswolds is a great choice. This beautiful region is home to a range of villages, rolling hills, and thatched cottages. There are plenty of excellent hotels in the Cotswolds, from traditional inns to modern hotels. Popular areas include Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, and Broadway.

Finally, if you’re looking for a more urban experience, the city of Oxfordshire is a great choice. This vibrant city is home to a range of attractions, including the world-famous University of Oxford, the historic Town Hall, and the iconic Radcliffe Camera. There are plenty of excellent hotels in Oxford, from budget accommodation to luxury hotels. Popular areas include St Aldates, Jericho, and Cowley Road.

No matter what kind of experience you’re looking for, Oxfordshire has plenty of great places to stay. From the bustling city of Oxford to the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds, there are a great range of hotels to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a short break or a longer stay, Oxfordshire has something for everyone.

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