Hazlitt's

Rated 9.2 in 512 reviews. 30 rooms.

★★★★

Hazlitt's occupies a group of historic Georgian houses in Frith Street, off Soho Square. The hotel was established in 1986. Since then we have set out to create the kind of accommodation we ourselves would love to find in the heart of one of the World

In London's Theatreland, in the heart of the West End, this 4-star boutique hotel offers beautiful rooms with antique furniture and free Wi-Fi. There is a 24-hour front desk and a library lounge.

The unique bedrooms at Hazlitt’s have sumptuous decor and elegant panelled walls. All rooms have a flat-screen TV, minibar and work desk, and the luxury bathrooms feature REN toiletries.

A delicious breakfast is served in the rooms and includes freshly baked croissants and coffee. Hazlitt's also offers an honesty bar.

Built in 1718, Hazlitt’s features priceless antiques and historical features throughout. Details include chandeliers, Victorian baths and carved wooden beds.

Hazlitt’s is situated just off Soho Square, 300 metres from Tottenham Court Road Tube Station. Oxford Street is a 2-minute walk away, and Oxford Circus can be reached in a 10-minute walk.

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A guide to great places near Hazlitt's

  1. Soho Square

    ‘Soho’ is thought to come from the hunting and battle cry of the Duke of Monmouth, a local landlord. He used it at the Battle of Sedgemoor where he was defeated in 1685, and later executed.

    110 m from hotel
    Soho Square

  2. Princi

    "Princi's food, which runs from tiny sweetish pizzetini (60p) topped with a pungent smear of dried anchovy to full meals such as braised beef in barolo wine, is very, very good..."

    168 m from hotel
    135 Wardour St.

  3. Foxcroft & Ginger

    If there's another coffee shop in London (if not the world) that has decor that suits using vaulting horses as tables I'm yet to see it...

    224 m from hotel
    3 Berwick St

  4. TAP Coffee No. 193

    Everyone's favourite speciality coffee shop from Fitzrovia has finally arrived in Soho, with delicious espresso based beverages and good food. Generous buy 6, get 1 free coffee loyalty scheme.

    283 m from hotel
    193 Wardour St

  5. Chinatown

    Soho is home to Europe’s largest Chinatown, which developed in the 1970s. Earlier generations of London’s Chinese population had centred around the docks of Limehouse.

    290 m from hotel
    Gerrard St

  6. Monmouth Coffee Company

    If you're starving for the ultimate caffeine injection, Monmouth is the place.

    354 m from hotel
    27 Monmouth St

  7. Dishoom

    Dishoom in Covent Garden has a good design and food ethos, and they sell bacon naan. What more could you want? If this is going to be a chain it's no bad thing. Metro gave it 3 out of 5 Stars.

    406 m from hotel
    12 Upper St Martin’s Ln

  8. Hawksmoor Seven Dials

    Hawksmoor Seven Dials is that rarest of things: An instant classic. What a menu, and the staff and atmosphere are a joy.

    425 m from hotel
    11 Langley St

  9. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    0.6 km from hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  10. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    0.6 km from hotel
    Great Russell St

  11. The Harp

    Love My Local Badge: сheck in The Harp 3 times also don't worry.

    0.7 km from hotel
    47 Chandos Place

  12. Hyde Park

    Hyde Park was a favourite venue for duellists in the 18th and 19th century, including the brutal 1712 duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun in which they hacked each other to death.

    2.2 km from hotel
    Serpentine Rd