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Advice on where to stay overnight during graduation.
If you are graduating and need to book accommodation for yourself, family or friends, we have great value accommodation available at Clive Booth. It is walking distance to Headington Campus (10-15 minutes) and has easy access to Oxford city centre.
Booking is now open. You can use the promotion code GRAD2019 for 20% off, which is £42.00 per person per night.
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Located on Godstow Road, the four-star Oxford hotel is just a short drive from the University, or the journey can be done by bus. Find out more and plan your route using the Oxford Bus Company website.
You can book rooms on the Jurys Inn website. Please use the promotion code OXBROOKES for 10% off Bed and Breakfast for graduates and all guests staying for graduation. This offer includes complimentary parking and use of the leisure facilities at the hotel.
Jurys Inn also has a graduation menu offer at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill for those wanting to celebrate with a special graduation meal for family and friends.
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If you would like to be within walking distance to the Headington Campus, we would recommend staying at one of the many Bed and Breakfasts located on the Headington and London Road. This can range from a 10-30 minute walk.
There are many more accommodation options in Oxford city centre which is just 2 miles away from the Headington Campus. Many of the buses from the city centre stop directly outside Brookes University on London Road (Stop B2). Find out more and plan your route using the Oxford Bus Company website.
Please note that any costs incurred from booking travel or accommodation for graduation before students final results are released are at an individual's own risk.