The rooms are the soul of Hazlitt's, some featuring antiques that predate the building

The rooms are the soul of Hazlitt's, some featuring antiques that predate the building

A superior double room of superior appointments and historic reverence

A superior double room of superior appointments and historic reverence

The fixtures and accents in the bathrooms speak to the creativity of the designers

The fixtures and accents in the bathrooms speak to the creativity of the designers

The Duke of Monmouth Suite overflows with historic character in a context of luxury

The Duke of Monmouth Suite overflows with historic character in a context of luxury

The Duke of Monmouth bathroom is a perfect match to the essence of the bedroom

The Duke of Monmouth bathroom is a perfect match to the essence of the bedroom

The very Georgian bedroom named Lady Frances Hewitt

The very Georgian bedroom named Lady Frances Hewitt

  • The rooms are the soul of Hazlitt's, some featuring antiques that predate the building
  • A superior double room of superior appointments and historic reverence
  • The fixtures and accents in the bathrooms speak to the creativity of the designers
  • The Duke of Monmouth Suite overflows with historic character in a context of luxury
  • The Duke of Monmouth bathroom is a perfect match to the essence of the bedroom
  • The very Georgian bedroom named Lady Frances Hewitt

Hazlitt’s

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A totally original presentation of this historic Georgian residence, where every detail of every room is carefully selected - from the bedframe to the soap dish.

Hazlitt’s, a small boutique hotel in London’s Soho Square, absolutely overflows with character. Named after essayist William Hazlitt, this hotel comprises a group of charming historic Georgian buildings dating to 1718.  A stay at Hazlitt’s as well as its partner hotel The Rookery, is all about the rooms and their unique furnishings and appointments.

Hazlitt’s offers 20 double rooms and 3 suites, each one so individually styled it is hard make a choice. The rooms vary in size and historic period, and all feature antique or bespoke furniture, luxurious fabrics, and artwork. Some rooms feature paneled walls, while others have carved bedframes that are older than the building. All rooms have the modern amenities not available during Georgian times: air conditioning, flat-screen TV, and Wi-Fi. The bathrooms are all special, with restored vintage plumbing fixtures and one-of-a-kind accessories.  

The Library serves as the breakfast room and also has a working fireplace and no-host bar. The intimate Georgian style meeting room is equipped with discreetly-installed electronics and video technology. Hazlitt’s does not offer formal dining; however, there is 24-hour room service to accommodate special requests.

Hazlitt’s is located in the heart of London’s theater district and is within walking distance of the shops at Oxford Street, Bond Street, and the exclusive neighborhood of Covent Garden.

 

Images courtesy of Hazlitt’s Hotel

Contact details

Hazlitt’s Hotel
6 Frith Street
Soho Square
London W1D 3JA
44.0207.434.1771

http://www.hazlittshotel.com