Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Historic property in the heart of Soho
Grand townhouse with personal service
Only when you book with Chic
Early check-in / late check-out (subject to availability)
Room upgrade (subject to availability)
Harper's Bazaar was spot on when it said that Hazlitt's Hotel was 'one of London's best-kept secrets'. Hazlitt's is one of three witty and eccentric hotels in the heart of London and was the first of the trio to open, followed by the Rookery in Clerkenwell and Batty Langley's in Spitalfields.
Hazlitt's is hidden away in the heart of Soho, just a short walk from the sights and sounds of the West End. This rather grand hotel, spread across three Georgian townhouses, feels very much like home with old-fashioned hospitality and friendly, efficient service.
Word-of-mouth recommendations have made Hazlitt's popular with the creative, literary type (the hotel was named after essayist William Hazlitt) who like a bit of history with a slice of humour.
Sir Godfrey is the resident cat and can often be found snuggling on the sofa in the parlour or library.
Take tea in the Library or pour yourself a G&T from the honesty bar in the Wardrobe. Breakfast isn't included but you can order freshly-made croissants with your morning coffee.
Most of the 30 air-conditioned rooms at Hazlitt's boast freestanding rolltop baths with vintage bathroom fittings. Rooms are not numbered as, much like Chic Retreats, the hotel doesn't see the guest as a number. Rich fabrics, antiques and fine art fill the rooms, which have antique and sometimes carved four-poster beds. Minibars, REN bath and body products and complimentary WiFi are standard in all of the rooms.
Cots are free, extra beds are available at an additional charge.
How to get there
Tottenham Court Road Underground is a 5-minute walk away
London City airport is 30 minutes from Hazlitt's Hotel
London Heathrow airport is 50 minutes from Hazlitt's Hotel