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The Hazlitts is a superior standard hotel offering modern stylish accommodations in historic Georgian buildings, located in the heart of Soho. Combining vintage style with modern conveniences, Hazlitt's is a haven in the middle of a bustling metropolis, with convenient access to many of London's best-loved sights and attractions.
Guest rooms at Hazlitts are offered in Club, Superior and Deluxe styles, with a range of Suites for an extra special stay. Bedrooms are superbly appointed with antique furnishings, chandeliers, enormous oak headboards, all engendering a lavish country manor vibe. Rooms are decorated to compliment the building's original features, such as fireplaces and molded cornices, but also come with all the modern amenities today's traveller requires, with air conditioning, period-style en-suite facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi internet, a flat-screen TV, minibar, in-room safe, writing desk, and complimentary REN toiletries.
Staff at the hotel offer friendly and charming service, and are happy to help enhance your stay, whether they can book tickets at a show, help you to reserve a table at one of London's top restaurants or arrange dry cleaning or laundry for you. The hotel also comprises of a fully stocked library with a roaring fireplace and an honesty bar for guests to relax and entertain friends in. The hotel doesn't have a restaurant, but they do offer a tempting room service menu with a plentiful breakfast selection. Guests have said that the food is generous and of a high standard, but there are plenty of cafes in the area where you can get a cheaper alternative. Flat White offers one of the best cups of coffee in London and The Breakfast Club is a very popular place for brunch, both within walking distance of the hotel. The area is also renowned for its choice of restaurants; Mooli's, just a few minutes away offers excellent Indian salads and street food, Koya offers sophisticated Japanese fare and Ceviche has a mouthwatering Peruvian menu.
On leaving the hotel, you will move from a world of peaceful refinement into one of London's most lively and vibrant areas. Soho is a fascinating place to stay, with plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs that are usually heaving at the seams each evening. Soho is also the heart of London's gay scene with many welcoming pubs flying the rainbow flag outside. For those who have come to London to explore the shops, the hotel is in an ideal location, with Oxford Street, Regents Street, Bond Street and Selfridges just a few minutes walk away and many unique boutiques to explore in the Soho area. Covent Garden is also close by for a wide selection of stores and intriguing street theatre. For more legitimate theatre, there are plenty of venues to choose from close to the hotel; the Shaftesbury, Gielgud, White Bear, Apollo, Palace, New London and Cambridge theatres are just a small selection of the ones located nearby. From mega musicals to drama, to comedy you will be spoilt for choice. Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square are a 20 minute walk from the hotel and if you are travelling with kids, there are many places they will find fascinating, from Ripley's Believe It or Not museum, to the Trocadero centre, to Hamleys toy store, which will delight big kids too!
Hazlitts enjoys excellent transport links, with Tottenham Court Road station just a two minute walk away, from here you can catch the Northern and Central lines to many other areas of London and Waterloo Station for travel around the UK. Piccadilly Circus tube station is a ten-minute walk away, from which you can travel direct to Heathrow Airport and King's Cross St Pancras Station, for the Eurostar terminus, on the Piccadilly line.
Fans of Jane Austen and Downton Abbey will adore Hazlitts old-world ambience, and it is perfect for a romantic getaway. The hotel is pricier than some central London hotels, but for your money you get one of the most unique rooms in the city, although many previous guests have felt that breakfast should be included in the room rate. All rooms at the hotel are decorated in an individual style, so you won't be disappointed, but it is worth paying a little more for an upgrade to Deluxe for a bit of extra pampering. Soho can be a little noisy, with late night revellers, and whilst the hotel is in a quiet location, a room at the rear will ensure you have the best night's sleep.