Welcome to voco Oxford Thames
Close to the heart of Oxford, on the banks of the River Thames, lies voco Oxford Thames hotel. With a history dating back to the Middle Ages, the hotel’s surroundings have an intriguing story to tell. Originally headquarters of the Knights Templar, the house and its lands have been owned by notable religious figures, lords, and even kings throughout the centuries.
voco Oxford Thames combines its medieval character with 21st-century style to create a unique setting for memorable meetings, conferences, and weddings alike.
After a day in the City of Spires, dining at the voco Oxford Thames is a relaxed affair; discover British classics in the restaurant, enjoy pub favourites in the bar, or take afternoon tea out on the terrace.
A riverside setting and 30 acres of manicured grounds offer plenty of chance to explore the outdoors. And when it’s time to relax, you’ll discover a choice of stylish rooms and suites, many offering views over the River Thames.
The hotel is located only three miles from Oxford city centre and easily accessible by the M40, M4 and A34 and from London Heathrow (LHR) and Birmingham International (BHX) airports.
While you’re with us…
Exclusive Breaks Limited Time Offer
City Lights Offer
All you need and more
Our guest rooms offer ample space with natural daylight, pleasant views over the hotel grounds and modern amenities to make you feel right at home.
Sleep, eat & everything in between
A hotel stay should be a break from the demands of the day to day. So, we add charming touches that make a world of difference, to create moments you’ll remember long after check out.
Come on in
It’s true what they say about first impressions, so we make sure to get them right. A warm welcome and simple check-in, in instantly familiar surroundings, with a little something on the house, too.
We fill our rooms with thoughtful comforts like cosy bedding, luxury bathroom amenities, and fast Wi-Fi, so you can indulge with time to yourself.
From AM to PM, our hotels always have room for you to relax and enjoy yourself – whether it’s a quiet morning coffee, catching up with friends over afternoon tea, or kicking off a great evening.