Hazlitt’s

In raffish Soho, this ‘stunningly original’ boutique hotel occupies three Georgian houses. More

Contact details

Hazlitt’s
6 Frith Street
Soho Square
Soho
London
Greater London
W1D 3JA
England
020 7434 1771
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

30. 2 on ground floor.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, library (honesty bar), meeting room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky), unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, Mastercard, Visa.

Prices

[2016] per room B&B from £288, D,B&B from £338. Limited room service menu.

Good Hotel Guide Review

In raffish Soho, this ‘stunningly original’ boutique hotel occupies three Georgian houses. ‘Friendly, efficient’ staff open the door to reveal a lavish, intriguing collection of ‘old architectural features, old furniture, old books and paintings – much to investigate and appreciate’. It was in one of the houses that the tempestuous 19th-century essayist William Hazlitt spent his dying days in poverty, drugged on opium. Today’s guests will be exhilarated by the interiors, while Hazlitt would wonder at the high-tech lighting, air conditioning, modern plumbing and indulgent roll-top baths. Bedrooms and suites are astonishing. Sleep in the Duke of Monmouth suite – if you can bear to miss the rest of it, that is: there’s much to discover, from the sitting room with a working fireplace to the private garden complete with sliding glass roof, to the life-sized eagle from whose mouth flows water to fill the marble bathtub. At breakfast, taken in the bedroom or the library, choose from bacon sandwiches, fresh fruit and yogurt, or a baker’s basket of freshly baked croissants and pastries.

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Hazlitt’s
6 Frith Street
Soho Square
Soho
London
Greater London
W1D 3JA

Guest comments

'A stunningly individual hotel, like no other we have ever stayed at. Convenient for theatres and restaurants, and within comfortable walking distance of the British Museum. With no restaurant, our contact with staff was limited, but we found them friendly and efficient. We had the room Dr John Snow at the back, and were amazed at how quiet it was, though we turned off the air-conditioning and slept with two windows slightly ajar. A wonderfully comfy bed. An incredibly large bathroom. The loo was best described as a throne. The most complex system of light switches I have ever come across. Breakfast in the room was served on a tray, but there was no table on which to put the items off the tray so we had to juggle dishes, glasses and cups around – not ideal. ' - H M - May, 2013
'We were impressed. Staff are helpful, housekeeping is immaculate, the ambience is relaxing, the reception area is warm and welcoming. Our first-floor room overlooked Frith Street, but triple-glazed windows cut out traffic noise; the air-conditioning worked well and quietly. The room was dominated by a huge bed, supremely comfortable, and made as requested with sheets and blankets. Oil paintings on dark red panelled walls, heavy curtains, large, deep bath in the bathroom. Breakfast of fruit salad, pastries, rolls is served in your room or the library. ' - P B - October, 2012

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