Macdonald Randolph Hotel ​

Spa facilities

  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Hydrotherapy Pool
  • Experience Showers
  • Ice Room / Ice Fountain

At a glance

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    In the centre of Oxford, the hotel is ideally located for exploring the city. Oxford is brimming with museums and cultural attractions, while the hotel itself is something of a historic icon.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    Part of the Macdonald Hotels’ signature collection, the hotel offers facilities to prepare for a spa treatment or enjoy a twilight break after work. There is no pool, so this is all about preparing for pampering and enjoying a relaxing space in which to catch your breath.

  • Restaurant


    The restaurant has two AA Rosettes and The Morse Bar is recognisable as the on-screen watering hole for Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse!


Macdonald Randolph Hotel Beaumont Street, Oxford

Spa & Leisure

Just what you want after a day of exploring everything that Oxford has to offer; the spa at The Randolph Hotel is a small and perfectly formed space in which to relax and wind down. Perfect for pre treatment prep or a twilight spa treat, facilities include a Jacuzzi, ice fountain, sensation showers, two saunas and two steam rooms to prepare mind and body to get the most out of your spa treatments, as well as a relaxation area serving teas and water.

There are also four treatment rooms where therapists use Elemis and Jessica products in a collection of treatments from facials and massages to body treatments, manicures, pedicures, hot stone therapy and finishing touches, as well as a full range for men.

Hotel & Accommodation

A five star hotel in Oxford, The Randolph Hotel is a jewel in the Macdonald Hotels crown with 151 elegantly decorated rooms in the heart of the historic city. The hotel is an iconic building where interiors have been updated in a classic/contemporary style that perfectly complements the history of the hotel itself and the city it inhabits.

The hotel restaurant proudly sports two AA Rosettes for its quintessentially British menu served in a baronial-style hall complete with views of the Ashmolean museum. The drawing room is famous for its afternoon teas, and The Morse Bar has become something of an icon in its own right having been named after its most famous (fictional) patron, Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse!