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Hazlitts
Frith Street
Soho
London

W1D 3JA | View map
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Ideally located in the heart of London's Theatreland, Hazlitt's has an intimate charm that no large hotel can match.Our philosophy is simple: we have set out to create the kind of accommodation we ourselves would love to find. Hazlitt's occupies three historic houses in Frith Street, Soho Square. In 1718 there were no lifts, but we've updated the plumbing, installed bathrooms and replaced most of the candles with electricity. At Hazlitt's we have created an atmosphere of civilised surroundings, old-fashioned hospitality and friendly, efficient service. Our rooms are traditional, with original panelled walls and mellow, unpretentious old furniture, pictures and rugs. Our croissants are baked fresh every morning. All this located away from the roar of traffic, but within a very short walk of the most important attractions.

A comfortable room in elegant surroundings, a location second to none: no wonder Hazlitt's is such a favourite with stage, film and media people from all over the world. Because Hazlitt's is small and very popular, early booking is always advisable. Please make your reservation as far in advance as possible.

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