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“This charming Georgian boutique hotel is full of character and literary associations. Since 1718 Hazlitt's has been in the thick of it on vibrant Frith Street in the heart of Soho. Elegant wood-panelled rooms are the perfect base, relax with a book or explore the city. ”

“This charming Georgian boutique hotel is full of character and literary associations. Since 1718 Hazlitt's has been in the thick of it on vibrant Frith Street in the heart of Soho. Elegant wood-panelled rooms are the perfect base, relax with a book or explore the city. ”

Hotel Review

The feeling of history pervades every room of this charming Georgian townhouse hotel. Wood panelling, creaky floors and wonky stairs are testament to Hazlitt's origins. A handsome building in the heart of Soho, Hazlitt’s was built in 1718 and has retained its Georgian charm and splendour. Rooms are painted in moody colours from the bygone era which are complemented by traditional damask curtains and blinds. For a one-of-a-kind experience book the Mrs Teresa Cornelys suite which is on two floors; the bathroom is upstairs and not only features a magnificent handmade bath with an intricate mechanism but a wooden throne to sit upon. Breakfast is ordered the night before and delivered to your room or if you prefer you can have it in the Library downstairs. Period charm and traditional hospitality with modern flair provides the perfect base in Soho.

Recommended for
  • Honeymoons
  • A truly well kept secret since 1718 in a quiet part of the Royal Borough of Westminster.
  • City Style
  • A fantastic place to base yourself for the city lights.
 

Written by Lulu Townsend

Recommended For

  • Close to nightlife
  • Soho is a vibrant, buzzy part of town. Dean Street meets Old Compton Street and together they house lively bars and restaurants.
  • Other Activities
  • You are in the West End! Be sure to check out some of the famous longstanding plays, or be first in line for the new releases.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Head north by about 200 metres and you will find yourself on the busy and popular Oxford Street.
  • Learning
  • Trafalgar Square is home to both the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.
  • Honeymoons
  • A truly well kept secret since 1718 in a quiet part of the Royal Borough of Westminster.
  • City Style
  • A fantastic place to base yourself for the city lights.
  • Quiet
  • Conference facilities
  • No restaurant
  • Literary
  • Full of character
  • Lively area
  • Townhouse
  • Boutique
  • Historic
  • Antiques
  • Child friendly
  • Traditional
  • Owner managed
  • Charming
  • Luxury
  • Four poster beds
  • Intimate
  • Romantic
  • Free wifi

Facilities

  • Fireplace
  • Airport transfer
  • In room DVD
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Internet
  • Conference facilities
  • Towelling robes
  • Meeting Room
  • Cots available
  • No pets
  • Library
  • Not suitable for disabled guests
  • No restaurant
  • Concierge
  • Child friendly
  • Sitting Room
  • Room service
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Four poster beds
  • Wifi
  • Free wifi
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Activities

  • Close to nightlife
  • Soho is a vibrant, buzzy part of town. Dean Street meets Old Compton Street and together they house lively bars and restaurants.
  • Other Activities
  • You are in the West End! Be sure to check out some of the famous longstanding plays, or be first in line for the new releases.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Head north by about 200 metres and you will find yourself on the busy and popular Oxford Street.
  • Learning
  • Trafalgar Square is home to both the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.

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Why do people love staying in your hotel? Unique and quirky, a welcome departure from the cookie cutter style of hotel that you find across the rest of London. It has that charming air of being slightly worn without being shabby; comfortable, yet stylish, like an old dinner jacket that still fits after years of wear. What is there to do in the area or on site? Hazlitt’s is the ideal base in the heart of London’s cosmopolitan Theatreland, Bond St, Regent St, Oxford St are all within walking distance. What kind of breakfast do you offer? Continental breakfast Bakers Basket - selection of freshly baked croissants, warm rolls and Danish pastries. Fruit Crunch – a generous serving of natural yoghurt layered with fruit of the day and topped with crunchy granola, served with pastries. Bacon Sandwich – Warm Ciabatta filled with Richard Woodall’s finest smoked back bacon. All priced at £11.95 per person inclusive of choice of juice and a hot drink. Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally? We offer a room service menu (albeit a limited selection)– 24 hours. Anything from soups and baguettes to risotto & ravioli. Too many restaurants to mention, something for everyone from upmarket burger bars to celebrated celebrity chef restaurants are within walking distance. Our front desk is happy to provide details and make reservations. Which are your most popular room types, and why? All are popular for one reason or another. “Its called Hazlitt’s because it was the home of the essayist, and all the bedrooms are named after his chums or women he shagged there “ – Bill Bryson – Notes from a Small Island. What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers? Hazlitt’s is popular with those in the know: a glass fronted bookcase acts as a kind of visitor’s book, as every guest with a book to his or her name adds a signed copy of their latest work to the collection, such as Susan Sontag, Ted Hughes, Michael Ondattje, JK Rowling. Whomever you meet in the hushed passageways, you know you are in good company – because they had the excellent taste to choose Hazlitt’s.

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