Luxury Short Stay Accommodation Oxford

Posted by on Aug 31, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

A former city centre pub has been transformed into a luxury short-stay accommodation in Oxford.

Urbane in St.Thomas Street is on the site of the former Maroon bar and Chequers pub.

The building still has its original copper frontage, a reflection of the material used for vats in the brewing process and also seen in neighbouring buildings including the Said Business School.

Luxury Short term stay in Oxford

Urbane includes six units which can be booked from just a few nights to up to a year, for those working on contracts or looking to relocate.

Facilities include HD Wi-Fi enabled TVs, a walk-in wet room with tropical showers, underfloor heating, double bed with Egyptian cotton sheets, Bluetooth music player and dedicated USB charging points for mart phones and other multimedia devices.

Interior decor also includes contemporary Italian furniture and fridge/freezer, microwave, hob, oven, washing machine and dishwasher.

The apartments also have a maid service and a 24-hour emergency line the personal property manager.

Robin Swailes, Director of Jericho-based Blue Sky Developments which created Urbane, said: “We wanted to offer an alternative to impersonal hotel accommodation with better facilities, complete flexibility and the chance to really ‘live’ in the city at a lower cost”.

One and two bedroom apartments, from 35 to 61 m² are available to book.

An open day is being held on September 17th from 3 PM to 7 PM If you would like to attend – contact nikki@urbanecityletsoxford.com • 01865 318525

Thank You to Gill Oliver of The Oxford Times for writing this story ..

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