The countryside of Oxfordshire has welcomed its first DoubleTree by Hilton property, operated by RBH — DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry.
The latest addition to Hilton’s growing portfolio, DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry is ideally situated in the countryside of Oxfordshire but has the convenience of being a short drive away from the city. Within the area, travellers can visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Blenheim Palace, or take a trip to the world’s second oldest University, the University of Oxford.
Nearby attractions include motor racing at Silverstone Circuit and the Cotswold Wildlife Park, which has more than 260 different animals. In addition, Bicester Village, one of the biggest discounted designer shopping outlets, is also within close proximity.
“Nearly 16,000 tourists visit Oxford daily”
“Nearly 16,000 tourists visit Oxford daily, so we are delighted to bring our warm, DoubleTree by Hilton welcome to the city,” said Robin Ford, general manager. “The hotel will be a destination for guests and locals alike to enjoy new eatery menus, the comforts of spacious guest rooms and indulge in relaxing spa treatments.”
DoubleTree by Hilton Oxford Belfry houses 154 guestrooms including upgraded rooms and suites with separate lounges – some featuring countryside views. The brand-new refurbished rooms feature complimentary WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities and laptop-sized safes.
For those looking to replenish, the hotel has eight spa treatment rooms that offer a full range of ESPA treatments, including signature rituals, facials and massages. It also has a fitness centre, indoor pool, sauna, steam room and tennis courts.
Furthermore, MICE facilities are also on site. The property offers 1,050 sqm of contemporary meeting space, including 18 individual meeting and event suites to choose from, with the largest room holding up to 450 guests or delegates.
Currently, the brand manages an existing 51 hotels in the UK and a further eight properties under construction. In Europe, Middle East & Africa, Hilton’s rapid growth has led to the creation of nearly 25,000 jobs in the last year alone.