London, United Kingdom

Hazlitt's

Rates per night from$204.48

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP160.83), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Club Double

  • 2guests
These 12sq m double rooms are generously furnished with antiques and original artwork. The dramatic beds are either 17th-century carved oak or Georgian four-posters, and windows are hung with heavy silk curtains. The bathrooms have restored period plumbing fixtures and fittings, with either a freestanding bath or shower. All rooms are air-conditioned and have free WiFi, a flatscreen TV, minibar, safe, antique desk and REN bath products.

Superior Double

  • 2guests
Each of these 16sq m rooms is traditional in style. The beds are either 17th-century carved-oak or Georgian four-posters, and bathrooms have restored fittings, many with roll–top bath tubs, overhead showers and high-level cisterns. All rooms are air-conditioned and have free WiFi, a flatscreen TV, minibar, safe, antique desk and REN bath products.

Deluxe

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $38.14 for adults - $37.09 for ages 3 to 16
  • OR
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
These 30sq m rooms are dressed in decadent historic style; beds are 18th-century mahogany or carved-oak, and windows are hung with heavy silk curtains. The period bathrooms have bath tubs surrounded by Italian marble tiles, with shower heads the size of dinner plates. All rooms have air-conditioning, free WiFi, flatscreen TV, minibar, safe, antique desk and REN bath products.

Junior Suite

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $38.14 for adults - $37.09 for ages 3 to 16
  • OR
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Hazlitt's has two Junior Suites, each measuring 44sq m and decorated in lavish style. Both rooms are air-conditioned and have free WiFi, a flatscreen TV, stereo, minibar, safe and REN bath products. Henry, 13th Baron Willoughby of Farnham, lived at no 6 Frith Street from 1768 to 1775: the suite in his lodgings is a luxurious ground-floor suite, with a bedroom and private sitting room, separated by French doors. The sitting room has its original 18th-century fireplace, sofa, armchairs and bureau bookcase. The bedroom has a carved oak bed at the foot of which stands a large mahogany compactum. Behind the heavy silk curtains are the original folding shutters. In the bathroom stands a late Victorian bathing machine. Teresa Cornelys was an 18th-century Soho courtesan. Her room is just as she would have wished, with her portrait, a huge bed decorated with rich fabrics and hand-carved gilded cherubs. A dressing table sits behind panelling next to the fireplace, and there's an adjoining private sitting room. The bathroom, has its own staircase, and an elegant Louis XV vanity unit and a period bathing machine with a generous bath tub and shower.

Duke of Monmouth

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $38.14 for adults - $37.09 for ages 3 to 16
  • OR
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The renegade Duke, Soho Square’s most notorious resident, was beheaded in 1685 for leading a rebellion against the King, his uncle. He would have felt very much at home in this 64sq m suite, which is split over two floors and has a grand bedroom with a queen-size bed, an intimate sitting room with a working fireplace, and a garden with a sliding glass roof. You'll find it hard to resist sharing the vast marble bath, filled with water from the beak of a life sized eagle. The room is air-conditioned and has free WiFi, a flatscreen television, stereo, mini bar, safe, ornate antique desk and REN toiletries.