Oxford is 56 miles (90km) north-west of London, with excellent bus and rail services within easy walking distance of the Randolph Hotel. There are direct coach services to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Oxford is well served by public transport but the historic nature of the City Centre means parking spaces are in very short supply. Limited parking is available at the venue, please email us at email@example.com for further information.
There are 3 major international airports (London Heathrow, LHR; London Gatwick, LGW; Birmingham International, BHX) within 2 hours travel time, plus a number of smaller airports (London Stansted, London Luton, London City, Southampton, Bristol International & Cardiff) - mostly serving Europe - slightly further afield.
There is a main railway station close to Oxford City Centre.
Oxford is served by two major roads, the A34 (passing to the west of the City) and the M40 motorway/A40 (passing to the east and north of the City). These join at M40 Junction 9. They are also connected by the A4142 Oxford ring road to the south of the City. The A34 also connects with the M4 motorway at Junction 13, the main east-west road out of London.
Typical journey times to Oxford (normal traffic and weather conditions) from: Heathrow Airport, 60 mins; Birmingham Airport, 75 mins; Southampton, 75 mins; Central London, 90 mins; Bristol, 90 mins; Gatwick Airport, 105 mins; Cardiff, 120 mins; Dover, 150 mins.
Please note there is limited parking at the Randolph Hotel. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
There are several large car parks on the periphery of the City served by dedicated bus services, see http://www.oxford.gov.uk/transport/park-and-ride.cfm for further details.
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