Discreet, distinctive, historic
Part of the considerable charm of Hazlitt's hotel is that, despite its central location, its success is based solely on word-of-mouth recommendations. Spread across three historic Georgian houses, it takes its name from William Hazlitt, the English 18th-century essayist who lived there. A slice of old-world London in the middle of the slick (and sometimes saucy) Soho neighbourhood, Hazlitt’s is popular with creatives for its sumptuous interiors and cheeky, whimsical attitude. Snuggle up with a book (and the resident cat, Sir Godfrey) in the Library; have tea – or something stronger from the honesty bar – in the Wardrobe, or simply spend all day wallowing in your Victorian-inspired roll-top bath tub: whatever it takes to find your own literary inspiration.
Get this when you book through us:
A bottle of red or white wine if you're staying in a club or superior double, or prosecco if you've booked a deluxe room, junior suite or the Duke of Monmouth.