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... The students are packed, 3) The students have their passports and travel info. If they don't pass room check, they can't go to the Ball, which was last night. I only had two girls who were a bit rough; their rooms weren't totally clean. One girl had loose change all over her floor that she was planning to just leave for the scouts. But all the other girls were good, so I finished all my room checks in about 45 minutes. Which was awesome, because it left me enough time ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Remont Oxford Hotel
We have just returned from a weekend at the Remont and enjoyed every minute of it. We stayed in a Superior double room and we were impressed from the front door to the tiles in the bathroom.
The reviews are all true
My wife and I stayed for one night only after dropping our daughter for an interview at the college. At breakfast we found 3 other familys who were in the same position. All agreed the Remont is an excellent choice. The decor is relaxing, as is the service and there is more parking space than at first site. The breakfast was good and the coffee excellent. No complaints at all, try it for yourselves.
Home away from home :)
We stayed at the Remont for 3 days (end of October) on our honeymoon. Few places tend to leave a lasting impression and Remont is definitely one of those. It is a sleek and modern accommodation providing a totally fresh and lustrous outlook with all the essential amenities and much more. I was blown away by the in-room facilities (Lcd TV, Wireless BroadBand, King Size Beds) and the lavish buffet breakfast. The staff was exceptionally friendly, helpful and professional. Bravo!
Beautiful, impeccably clean, contemporary accommodation! Superb facilities, luxury bathroom and huge power shower, Free Wireless Internet, Flat screen TV, wonderful breakfast and exceptional staff! I loved it!
Remont has the feel of a modern sleek Hotel but without the bar and restaurant facility. As I found out later, this was not such an issue as there were many places to eat and drink at the nearby Summertown, only 7 min walk away.
"Elegant, Modern & Contemporary", were the words my colleague used to describe this place. Being a frequent visitor to Oxford and having stayed at most hotels/guest accommodations, I was quite vary of his bold statement yet decided to try it out for myself.
the wife and i stayed at the remont last weekend and had a fantastic time there!
the welcome was most pleasent and helpful when it came to finding out places to visit in oxford. the guest house was extremely clean and well looked after. the place has a modern feel to it with white walls and contemporary artwork.
the bedrooms were a real treat, with things such as lcd tv (plus loads of channels) and leather headboard.
breakfast time was great, we enjoyed a full english breakfast. the bacon was juicy yet crispy and the sausages plump and tasty, not dry and wrinkly like other breakfasts ive had in other places.
all i can say now is that we shall return to the remont the next time were in oxford.
A Wonderful Place to Stay
We have just returned from a marvellous stay at the Remont Guest House in Oxford, England which seemed to us to be more 'boutique hotel' than guest house. The place was spotlessly clean, the room stylishly contemporary, the bathroom fantastic, the breakfast buffet extensive and delicious, the staff approachable, friendly and helpful. A further bonus is that the interior walls have been sound-proofed -- not a sound from other guests. There is lots of parking and excellent local bus service (day & night) steps from the front door. We are frequent visitors to Oxford and feel that for value & price the Remont heads the list.
A beautiful modern hotel
The last week of September we stayed in Remont Guesthouse for 5 nights. And we can only speak in superlatives, because it was great! The rooms are very comfortable with a superb bed, breakfast is delicious and the service is excellent!
The people from the hotel were very friendly.
The location is good, you can easily go by bus to the centre (busstop 50 m). We'll sure stay there next time!
Hans and Alicia Winters, The Netherlands