It’s a common misconception that it’s impossible to find a hotel room in Oxford for a home football weekend. Obviously, the longer you wait to book a reservation, the less accommodation options you’ll have. As of right now, majority of the hotels in Oxford have room availability for all football games on the home schedule for this upcoming season.
We’ve taken care of the hard part for you and done some research on the current status of Oxford hotel availability. Please note that most of these hotels require a two-night minimum stay and cancellations to be made a month in advance of the reservation. Graduate Oxford and the Chancellor’s House, both conveniently located on The Square, still have rooms available for all games! Both of these hotels only have 5-10 rooms remaining for the California and Vanderbilt games, so don’t wait to book your stay!
Home2 Suites by Hilton is a new hotel located on South Lamar, not far from campus, which also has open reservations for all home games. They do require the full room deposit to be paid at the time of booking. The Holiday Inn Express and Suites is another hotel with rooms available for all games!
The Courtyard by Marriott Oxford is located between The Square and campus, making it an easy walk to both. The California game is the only weekend sold out so far, but less than ten rooms remain for the weekend of the Vanderbilt, Texas A&M and LSU games.
Towneplace Suites by Marriott Oxford still has rooms available for Southeastern Louisiana and New Mexico State game weekends, but is sold out for all others.
You could be one of the first guests to stay at a brand-new Oxford hotel, Tru by Hilton Hotel. Not many tourists know about this new place yet! It will soon be joining the Oxford community and is presently accepting reservations for October 6, 2019 arrival and beyond.
The Inn at Ole Miss is sold out for every home game, but they have a waitlist on their website they pull people from in the event of a cancellation. Find the waitlist here.
After speaking with many of the hotels in the area and discussing their football season openings, it’s clear that you still have some time to book your reservations- but don’t wait! The handful of games that still have hotel availability will sell out before you know it.
There are so many great accommodation options in Oxford and these are just a few of our suggestions! Oxford also offers weekend rentals and bed and breakfast options that are worth exploring, too.
In the case of a last-minute decision to attend a home game in Oxford and there are no hotel rooms available, keep in mind OxfordTownHouse.com, which has weekend rentals. There are also several private residences that rent their homes via VRBO and AirBnB. Regardless of where you stay, we are excited to have you in Oxford – Hotty Toddy!