Reasons to choose Oxford Hotel & Conference Center
Oxford Hotel & Meeting Center is located in Mamaia, 1,000 feet from The Holiday Village Mamaia and a 13-minute walk from the beach. It offers a shared lounge, lobby bar, restaurant, and two conference rooms.
On-site amenities include free WiFi and private parking.
Every room in the hotel has an inverter air conditioner and a patio with a magnificent lake view. The spacious guest rooms feature a Smart TV, telephone, minibar, safe, and en suite bathroom.
The resort has 90 rooms and 6 apartments with a unique style.
The hotel offers two completely equipped conference rooms with a video projector, flip charts, a laptop, and an audio system for your business needs, corporate gatherings, or team development.
The Library Room has a capacity of 50 people, while the Oxford Conference Room has a capacity of 90 people.
Every morning, a delectable breakfast is given at the property’s restaurant, Sofra. A 24-hour front desk and complimentary luggage storage are also available at the hotel.
Oxford Hotel & Conference Center is 1,950 feet away, while Exhibition Hall is less than 0.6 miles away. Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport, 12.4 miles away, is the nearest airport.
Travel Tips near Oxford Hotel & Conference Center
Constanta is a perfect mix between old and new, between history, tradition and modernism, between summer fun and quality multiculturalism, a unique religious mosaic in Europe and a city full of business opportunities.
Here there are unique archaeological vestiges, iconic Romanian and international heritage buildings, and one can spend an ideal holiday on the large and sunny beaches of the Black Sea. The Casino, the Aquarium, the Roman Edifice with Mosaic, the Roman Thermae, the museums, the cultural institutions, the Ovid Square, the Old City Centre, the Archaeological Park, Constanta Port are just some of the touristic and economic attractions that should not be missed.
Constanta is an ancient metropolis, Romania’s oldest continuously inhabited city, and the country’s largest sea port, with a history dating back over 2,500 years. Legend has it that after discovering the Golden Fleece, Jason and the Argonauts paid a visit to Constanta, which was once known as Tomis.
Tomis, founded in the 6th century BC by Greek colonists from Miletos, was taken by the Romans in 71 BC and renamed Constantiana by Roman Emperor Constantine the Great in honour of his half-sister.