Best Oxford hostels
"Located in Oxford City Centre, this guesthouse is steps away from Said Business School and University of Oxford. Oxford Castle and New Theatre Oxford are also within 10 minutes. Oxford Station is only a 4-minute walk. "
Overall 8,3 Excellent
Based on 1 053 reviews
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"Located in the heart of Oxford, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Said Business School, University of Oxford and Oxford Castle. Ashmolean Museum and New Theatre Oxford are also within 15 minutes. Oxford Station is only a 3-minute walk. "
Overall 8,1 Excellent
Based on 5 reviews
Pros: Location is excellent, a short walk away from the bus and train stations. Rooms are decent, clean and comfortable.
"Located in Oxford City Centre, this hostel is steps away from Said Business School and University of Oxford. Oxford Castle and Ashmolean Museum are also within 10 minutes. Oxford Station is only a 4-minute walk. "
Overall 7,0 Good
Based on 1 073 reviews
"Situated in Oxford, this hostel is within 1 mi (2 km) of St. Catherine's College, Oxford Brookes University, and O2 Academy (Oxford). John Radcliffe Hospital and Oxford University Museum of Natural History are also within 1 mile (2 km). "
Overall 0,0 Poor
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With a stay at this hostel in Oxford, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of John Radcliffe Hospital and O2 Academy (Oxford). This hostel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from University Church of St Mary the Virgin and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Covered Market. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in your accommodation. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. The bathroom has a shower.
Overall 0,0 Poor
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Top tips for finding the perfect Oxford hostel
- There are many advantages of staying in a hostel in Oxford. Known for its world-renowned, traditional university, the city offers various options that will fit students’ budgets. Choosing a hostel over a hotel will allow you to bond with young people and enjoy nightlife like nowhere else. Those who are coming in for one of the university’s many holiday two-week courses will appreciate being near the campuses, as well as the opportunities they will have to meet with other students.
- When you’re booking your hostel in Oxford, you’ll have two main neighborhoods to choose from. The largest concentration of hostels is located in Oxford’s city center. An attraction all on its own, the Oxford city center offers plenty of options for dining, shopping, and entertainment, while also putting you at the convergence of the area’s transportation lines. Another neighborhood where you can book a hostel is located just southwest of the city center, near St. Peter’s College. This area gives you fast access to the attractions of Oxford without being right in the middle of the action.
- If you’re heading to Oxford in a group, it is important to choose a hostel that can comfortably accommodate your entire party. YHA Oxford offers several accommodation options, including both triple and quadruple rooms that you can mix and match to suit the needs of your party. In addition to being centrally located, this hostel also houses several common areas where you and your group can relax and unwind.
- For solo travelers, one of the best options for hostels in Oxford is Central Backpackers, which is located just a short walk from downtown Oxford. Central Backpackers is situated near several cafes and shops, as well as famous landmarks like the Oxford Castle. This hostel also features a bar and a rooftop terrace to keep you occupied while you’re not out sightseeing.
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