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Hazlitt's is a charming and well-cared-for small hotel on a quiet street but near a number of great restaurants, theater –– and not that long a walk from tons more. The staff is professional and welcoming, and the room we stayed in was inviting and...More
We visited the Hazlitt for one night and were warmly welcomed by friendly staff and a beautifully styled Christmas tree and wreath. The hotel has been carefully maintained and is filled with original features. The stairs are a bit wonky and the floors slope in...More
This hotel is my very much my cup of tea but only gave it 4 stars because of the issues I encountered. I stayed 2 nights and on the first night I woke up around 3am and the room was freezing as the heat wasn't...More
Hazlitt's is a small boutique hotel hidden in Soho. Individual named rooms and period decor add to its charm and the friendly staff make you so welcome. Not the cheapest option but a luxury treat nonetheless.
Great location however directly across the road from CIRCA bar. General loud crowds were fine however we were awoken on two separate occasions one at 1am and 3am with people shouting and fighting.
We have two small children so a weekend escape to sleep was...More
The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the
most strategic place to set off on a tour of the world's most celebrated department stores. In the southern part of the neighbourhood lies Chinatown, with its multitude of delicious and affordable restaurants. Closer to the Thames, Chinatown's narrow and teeming lantern-lit lanes spill onto the expansive hub of glitzy Leicester Square.
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We were on the ground floor in the Duke of Portland room. We were able to open the windows. I cannot remember hairdryers, but I always bring my own. The room has an amazing Jacobean headboard, but is very small. The bed... More
We were on the ground floor in the Duke of Portland room. We were able to open the windows. I cannot remember hairdryers, but I always bring my own. The room has an amazing Jacobean headboard, but is very small. The bed takes up most of the room. The bathroom, on the other hand, is very spacious, with a lovely claw foot tub, but there is little counter or shelf space. Some sort of table would be very helpful in the bathroom.