- At a Glance
- Our Review
A complimentary bottle of red or white wine.
Characterful Georgian townhouse in the heart of literary Soho.
Hazlitt’s is just the place for lazy, loved-up liaisons in the heart of literary Soho. With its timewarp vibe, this Georgian townhouse hotel has London’s Theatreland and nightlife right on its doorstep.
From Our Guestbook
"Our one night at Hazlitt's was too short. What a wonderful hotel. It's an impressive building and after a warm…"Derek W, Long Statton, Norfolk. Stayed November 2012
Know It All
Hit the spot
In the heart of happening Soho.
Come here for...
● A taste of old-time Soho. ● Plenty of English eccentricity. ● Character and charisma, not cocktail bar glitz.
Your own front door key – guests are encouraged to treat Hazlitt's as their home-from-home. A drawing room library full of signed books from famous authors who have stayed.
Good to know
It's a bit of a warren, with plenty of stairs and no lift.
27 rooms, 3 suites
Inviting bedrooms are brimming with vintage character: expect clawfoot baths, silk window drapes and carved wooden beds. As well as antiques and original artwork, there's free wi-fi, a flatscreen TV and Aveda bath gels.
Many rooms have antique four posters, while Deluxe rooms have a comfy sitting area and Italian marble bathrooms. Splash out on the Baron Willoughby suite for a huge bedroom with double doors opening into the lounge, and a spacious bathroom with free standing clawfoot bath.
Eat & Drink
There’s no dining room – but practically every restaurant in Soho is on your doorstep.
Continental (including fresh baked croissants) is served in-room until 10:30am.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
What’s not to see around here? Get a tube map and head off for the British Museum in Bloomsbury, the London Eye (big wheel) on the south bank of the Thames or the National Gallery on Trafalgar Square. Explore the streets of Soho and Fitzrovia (north of Tottenham Court Road) or immerse yourselves in the palatial decor of Apsley House, at Hyde Park Corner.
Book a pampering at The Sanctuary (sorry – no men) in Covent Garden.
June – September
See the work of up-and-coming artists at the Summer Exhibition (Royal Academy) or the BP Portrait Awards (National Portrait Gallery).
July – September
Wave a union jack at one of the Proms classical music concerts at the Royal Albert Hall.
Go ice skating at the open-air rink by Somerset House in the Strand – complete with mulled wine and roasted chestnuts.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 276 - 510Check In
MiddayMinimum Night Stay
Open all yearAir Conditioning
Welcome. Under 12s stay free in their parent’s room.Pets
Guide Dogs onlyWedding License?
Frith Street, London W1D3JAParking
On street parking is available nearby at GBP 2 per hour – though you won’t need a car here.Trains
Mainline: Euston station – one mile. Underground: Tottenham Court Road (Northern, Central lines) – three minutes; Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly line).Taxis
GBP 50-60 from Heathrow Airport.Airport
London Heathrow – 15 miles