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The Queen's College, Oxford

University residence

The Queen’s College Oxford is delighted to offer student en suite study bedrooms in both the Palladian-style buildings as well as in the refurbished modern annexe Carrodus Quad, both situated prominently on the historic High Street in the centre of Oxford.

All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, refrigerators, bed linen, towels and complimentary toiletries, and are serviced daily by their friendly housekeeping staff, the Scouts. There are no lifts in the Main College and ground floor rooms are limited. The rooms in Carrodus Quad are however serviced by a lift.

Please state any access requirements or rooming preferences at the time of booking; please be aware however that it cannot be guaranteed whether accommodation is located in Main College or Carrodus Quad. It is only possible to facilitate room changes after arrival in the case of any room or equipment defects.

Regrettably, the College and its environment are not suitable for children, and therefore residents are required to be over 18 years. Stag & Hen parties are also not permitted.

Queen’s has featured in the film The Golden Compass (the renamed Northern Lights, part of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy) and the popular TV programme Lewis.

Check in: 14:00 (2:00pm) Onwards (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)

Check out: 00:00 (12:00am) - 10:00 (10:00am)

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Top facilities

Free WiFi

Breakfast included


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Based on 153 reviews
The Queen's College, Oxford

5.0 5 0.5

Staff helpful and friendly on arrival. Large and spacious top floor room with ensuite in the beautiful main college building located right next to the city centre. Very quiet at night and comfortable bed. They had a large choice of food and drink options on offer for breakfast in the hall. Has a...

The Queen's College, Oxford

4.4 5 0.5

Porters were super helpful and very polite. Breakfast catered for vegans very well. Coffee wasn’t to our liking but may be good for others Room was very clean and great for what we needed Would have been nice to have had the small cartons of soya milk like in breakfast in room for vegans. Ot...

The Queen's College, Oxford

5.0 5 0.5

A superb experience from start to finish. Very comfortable room. The lodge master on duty was fantastic, very helpful & friendly. The kitchen & hospitality staff were lovely & very kindly opened up earlier for us to have breakfast as we had an early departure. Many thanks to all the staff - beaut...

The Queen's College, Oxford

3.8 5 0.5

Room was pleasant with a nice view over the quad. The clock chime runs all night chiming every 15 minutes so if you are a light sleeper this may be an issue. Breakfast was buffet style with good choices.

The Queen's College, Oxford

4.0 5 0.5

Lovely experience to stay in beautiful College surroundings, although the room was a little dated and odd (a piano, strange position to boil kettle!) and eat in Hall. Staff were polite and charming.

The Queen's College, Oxford

4.6 5 0.5

We had a lovely time at Queens. Staff friendly and helpful. Dinner superb and breakfast good. please be aware this is not a hotel. The rooms are student room and so fairly basic but functional.

The Queen's College, Oxford

5.0 5 0.5

Wonderful location. Such a beautiful setting. The rooms have basic facilities but are clean and gave us all we needed. The college staff were incredibly helpful throughout.

The Queen's College, Oxford

4.6 5 0.5

Great way to see Oxford. Just found it a bit hard to get in the first time. Found it very atmospheric to see the college from the inside as a student might do

The Queen's College, Oxford

4.2 5 0.5

Clearer sign or instructions for the entrance to the college. Really enjoyed our stay!

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Facilities & information


17th century buildings

18th century buildings

21st century buildings

Breakfast included

Public car parking for a charge (nearby)

No parking

No smoking


Historic property


Free broadband access (wifi)

Luggage storage

24 hour security

Linen included

Towels included

Central heating


Continental breakfast (included)

Cooked breakfast (included)



Pub (walking distance)

Museums (walking distance)


Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Theatre (walking distance)

Arrival information and directions

Address: The Queen's College, High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OxfordOX1 4AW, United Kingdom

There is a luggage store should you arrive before your room is ready as well as for use on check-out.

Please can all guests vacate their rooms and return keys to the Lodge by 10.00am. Please be advised that check out after 10.00am is subject to a £50 charge and lost room keys are subject to a £40 charge.

Please note that there is no parking available at the College itself but access by public transport is easy.

Arrivals: Guests should report to the Lodge at the main entrance to the college on the High Street. The Lodge staff are on duty in the Lodge 24 hours a day. The door to the college is locked after 8.00pm on Saturdays, or 9.00pm on all other days, but there is an intercom system with which to contact the duty lodge staff. After this time there is a chance that the duty staff may be on their rounds checking and locking everything for the night so if you are arriving late (after 8.00pm), please be patient as you may have to wait until they return to the Lodge to attract their attention. You can phone the Lodge and the number is provided on the website.

Access to the College is easy. The main railway station is about a mile away and the bus station is a similar distance. Buses from London, Heathrow, Gatwick, and most local buses stop immediately outside the Main College on the High Street.

Whilst the College does not have any parking spaces available, the Thornhill and Seacourt Park & Ride buses also stop immediately outside the College (ask the driver for the Queen's Lane stop). The nearest public pay & display car park is St Clements.

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