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Malmaison Oxford, Oxford

Oxford Castle, 3 New Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1AY, UK
Malmaison Oxford, Oxford Malmaison Oxford, Oxford 01865 689 944 Oxford Castle 3 New Road Oxford
97 out of 100% 6 votes
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  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Lift
    Lift
  • Pets Allowed
    Pets Allowed
  • Public Transport Nearby
    Public Transport Nearby

Spend the night “behind bars” but with a difference at the Malmaison Oxford, a stunning boutique hotel in Oxford city centre right door next to Oxford Castle.

Pamela LowReservations Supervisor, myhotelbreak.com
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Lift
    Lift
  • Pets Allowed
    Pets Allowed
  • Public Transport Nearby
    Public Transport Nearby

Number of Bedrooms: 95

Parking Spaces: 30

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 12pm

The Malmaison Oxford is a stylish boutique hotel in Oxford city centre that is housed within a former prison. Just a five minutes’ walk from the bars, restaurants and museums in town, this is without a doubt one of the most unique and thrilling hotels that Oxford has to offer. Next door to Malmaison Oxford you'll find Oxford Castle - unlocked (they're very trusting!), where you can climb the Norman Castle Mound and enjoy panoramic views from St George's Tower as well as learning more about the castle and prison’s history.

The 95 richly appointed rooms and suites at this four star hotel in Oxford are rather more spacious than your average jail cell and come packed with some of the best creature comforts that come to mind including luxurious beds, super-fast Wi-Fi and power showers. These are simply the most stunning and original hotel rooms in Oxford, meaning they're now on the most wanted list!

No prison gruel served here, the Brasserie at Malmaison Oxford delights it’s “cell mates” to sumptuous dining where fresh local and classic dishes are cooked to perfection. You'll discover generous portions and a passion for food. Be sure to stop by the neon-lit bar, where the only clink is the sound of glasses as you raise a toast with the cunning cocktails, world-class wines or cold, refreshing beers.

The Malmaison Oxford offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.

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Bedrooms

tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Room Service
tick Wifi
tick Walk In Showers

Once your average basic cell, but now Malmaison Oxford’s bedrooms have done their time and are now reformed as luxurious locations to lay your head, thanks to super-fast Wi-Fi, super-comfy beds and powerful drench showers you'll want to surrender to. These are simply the most stunning and original hotel rooms in Oxford, meaning they're now on the most wanted list.

All rooms in this Oxford hotel have much more than just your home comforts - your haul includes the comfiest of beds, moody lighting, en-suite bathrooms with baths and power showers, digital TV, wicked wines and naughty nibbles.

Other little necessities and luxuries include same-day laundry, 24 hour room service, fast and free Wi-Fi, hairdryers, ironing board and iron and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.

HOUSE OF CORRECTION DOUBLE
Spacious double room in the House of Correction building, adjacent to the main hotel building and across the exercise yard. Complete with Queen-size bed, en-suite shower and a stash of extra special Malmaison goodies.

STANDARD DOUBLE
Every spacious double room in Oxford, offers you a Queen-size bed, en-suite shower over bath and all those essential and most wanted Malmaison little luxuries. Lock yourself away and do some serious relaxation time.

SUPERIOR KING OR TWIN
Luxurious superior King hotel room in Oxford with a chill out area for you to relax and soak up your super-slinky room. Complete with double King-size bed or Twin beds, drench shower and bath as well as all the facilities and luxuries you could want.

CELL DOUBLE
This spacious double cell room is located in the A-Wing. You'll be dangerously close to extending your time here with us when you see the super-standards of this room. Complete with the cosiest double bed, en-suite shower, some with baths, and all those essentials and lavish little extras. We'll see you on the inside.

CELL SUPERIOR DOUBLE
Spacious double cell room in the A-Wing. Complete with double bed, en-suite bathroom with roll-top bath and walk-in shower and all those essential and extra special Malmaison touches. As you sip on Champagne and soak in the tub, remember - you deserve this.

JUNIOR SUITE
The Junior Suites command respect at the Oxford Malmaison. Complete with feature baths, drench shower and King-size bed as well as the full set of Malmaison extras.

Halfmoon suites feature exposed brick work, a King-size bed, battleship bath with dual monsoon shower. We know you won't leave without a fight.

DUPLEX SUITE
When you're booked into the Duplex Suites you rule the roost. These slinky, split-level affairs involve beds on an epic scale, feature baths with monsoon shower and are overlooking the historic castle mound. You're surrounded, so you might as well surrender.

 

Bar & Restaurant

CHEZ MAL BRASSERIE
The creative chefs at the Malmaison Oxford brasserie and restaurant housed in a former prison bring you iconic dishes that are prepared with a modern twist and served with personality in a truly unique setting. This is not your average prison food.

The 'clink' of cutlery and the gorgeous architecture are the only reminders of this brasserie's chequered past, with porridge and officers replaced by a superb a la carte menu and superb, friendly service. So whether you indulge in the fine Black Angus steaks or do some serious time with the crème brûlée, there is plenty on offer at this restaurant in Oxford worth giving in to temptation for.

And with both luxurious tables inside and a beautiful terrace dining outside in the old prison Exercise Yard, you won't be locked away in solitary confinement. Available throughout the day for breakfast, lunch and dinner this Oxford brasserie and restaurant is the perfect setting for celebrating with family, friends or colleagues.

View Sample Breakfast Menu
View Sample Prix Fixe Menu
View Sample A La Carte Menu

OPENING TIMES
Breakfast
Monday to Friday - 7 am to 10am
Weekends and Bank Holidays - 8am to 11am

Lunch
Monday to Thursday - closed
Friday and Saturday - 12pm to 2.30pm
Sunday - 12.30pm to 4pm

Dinner
Monday to Thursday - 6pm to 9pm
Friday and Saturday - 6pm to 10pm
Sunday 6pm to 9.30pm

BAR
The bar at Malmaison Oxford is your new hideaway. No one will ever know.

Whether you're on a big night out, fancy a light lunch or a romantic evening, this is the place to be. By day you'll discover a light and relaxed atmosphere and by night you'll see the energy levels rise and the atmosphere becomes electric. As glasses clink and pacts are made, Malmaison Oxford bar has got you covered.

View Sample Bar Food Menu
View Sample Cocktail Menu
View Sample Wine List

OPENING TIMES
Monday to Thursday and Sunday - 9am to 11pm
Friday - 9am to 12am
Saturday - 9am to 1am 

Location & Directions

Directions to Malmaison Hotel in Oxford

BY RAIL
Malmaison Oxford is a brisk 5 minute walk from Oxford railway station. Proceed left out of the station towards the city centre along Park End Street; at the end of Park End Street, walk through to New Road and the Hotel is 300 yards on the right.

BY CAR
SAT NAV
Please use postcode 3 New Road, Oxford, OX1 1AY.

Due to the changing road closures please check road signs when following Sat Nav instructions because Oxford City Council have introduced Prohibited areas to private cars in the City Centre.

FROM THE A34 (OXFORD WESTERN BYPASS)
Take the A420 Botley exit towards Oxford. Follow the signs towards the City Centre along the Botley Road, pass under the railway bridge and turn right at the next set of traffic lights. Immediately turn left into Park End Street; at the next set of traffic lights drive straight across into New Road and the Hotel is 300 yards on the right.

To locate you need to follow the brown tourist signs with the emblem for the Castle. Upon approaching the Castle, the hotel is set 200 yards down the main drive, past the the Slug and Lettuce Bar & Prezzo restaurants.

Oxford is currently undergoing a number of new road layouts, please allow extra time for your journey to and from the hotel.

FROM LONDON M40/FROM BIRMINGHAM M40
Leave the M40 at Junction 9 (signposted Oxford A34). Follow the A34 southbound until the Botley interchange. Follow the A420 to city centre (see directions from the A34 above).

FROM M4/A34
Leave the M4 at Junction 13 (signposted Newbury, Oxford and A34). Follow the A34 northbound until you reach the Botley interchange. Follow the A420 to city centre (see directions from the A34 above).

BESPOKE CAR PARKING
There is a limit of 30 onsite parking spaces at the hotel which must be booked in advance by contacting the hotel direct. The charge is £28.50 for an overnight stay from 3pm until 12pm the next day. Spaces are subject to availability and must be booked prior to your stay in order to guarantee a reserved space. You will be asked to leave your keys with our reception team upon arrival. Please contact the hotel for further details. Valet parking is also available.

**Car parking spaces are not secure and vehicles and their contents left in the car parking facility are at the owner’s sole risk in all respects.

Alternatively there are two council car parks located in the city centre; Worcester Street Car Park and The Oxpens Car Park both located within 5 minutes walk of the hotel.

BY AIR
For travel from Heathrow and Gatwick Airport there is the Oxford Airline Bus that travels directly from the airport terminals to Gloucester Green bus station which is located 10 minutes walk from the hotel. For further information on bus times and prices please go to: https://airline.oxfordbus.co.uk/

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

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Car Parking
There is a limit of 30 onsite parking spaces at the hotel which must be booked in advance by contacting the hotel direct. The charge is £28.50 for an overnight stay from 3pm until 12pm the next day. Spaces are subject to availability and must be booked prior to your stay in order to guarantee a reserved space. You will be asked to leave your keys with our reception team upon arrival. Please contact the hotel for further details. Valet parking is also available.

**Car parking spaces are not secure and vehicles and their contents left in the car parking facility are at the owner’s sole risk in all respects.

Alternatively there are two council car parks located in the city centre; Worcester Street Car Park and The Oxpens Car Park both located within 5 minutes walk of the hotel.

Things to See and Do
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tick Sailing
tick Cycling
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Climbing
tick Canoeing

Famous the world over for its University and historic background, Oxford is an intoxicating mix of ancient and modern with everything you need for a short break or a long stay.

Located right next door to Malmaison Oxford you'll find Oxford Castle - unlocked, where you can climb the Norman Castle Mound and enjoy panoramic views from St George's Tower.

If you're a shopper and not a scholar, The Covered Market has numerous traders selling an intoxicating array of goods and Bicester Village is full of delightful pedestrianised streets housing over 130 designer outlet boutiques.

It's no surprise that the world's most famous university city has first class nightlife. You'll find pubs and clubs on almost every corner, including big name comedy nights at the immaculately named Free Beer Show Comedy Club at the Cellar, plus comedy Thursday to Saturday nights at The Glee Club.

Big name bands come here too of course, and the 02 Academy gets most of them, while you'll find plenty of bands waiting to be discovered at legendary venues such as the Jericho Tavern, where both Radiohead and Supergrass got their first big breaks.

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