Hotel in Detail:An intimate and charming boutique hotel with a quirky and luxurious feel. The atmosphere at the Hazzlitts Hotel is set from the moment you walk into the lobby with its period features and antique furniture. The hotel interiors feature original wood panelling while dipping floors and a lack of straight walls pay homage to its period past.
Each bedroom is named after someone connected to the hotel or its namesake, Willaim Hazzlitt. The light and airy individual bedrooms are well proportioned and furnished with antique furniture, original artwork and panelled walls giving a traditional style. The beds are either 4 poster or carved oak 18th century. They mostly have claw footed free standing baths and feature marble wash stands, Victorian fittings, large shower heads, old fashioned pull chain cisterns and tiled floors. Windows have drapes. Each room is air-conditioned, has free wireless internet, interactive satellite flat screen TV, minibar, safe and antique desk.
Deluxe room are larger than standard and come with a DVD player and comfy seating area.
On the ground floor is the Baron Willoughby suite. With a touch of luxury and separate sitting room with a fireplace and leather sofa. It also comes with a video player and stereo system.
Became the only London hotel to have a roof top suite with a retractable roof in summer 2010.
The Hazlitts Hotel Soho hotel offers 24 hour room service. Try breakfast in your room. The hotel serves fresh baked croissants as part of the room service.
Services include same day dry cleaning and laundry. Laptop and mobile phone hire. WiFi is available in all areas. The Hazlitts Hotel library room has an honour bar.
There are no lifts.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Tottenham Court Road 281 yards (256 metres), Railway Station: London Charing Cross 0.6 miles (1 km), DLR Station: Tower Gateway 2.5 miles (4.1 km), Motorway: M1 Junction 1 5.8 miles (9.3 km). This hotel boasts 7 tube stations with a half mile radius (0.8 km). The Hazlitts Hotel London commands a great location in the midst of one of the most popular areas in London's west end, Soho. The area has become known for its great range of restaurants, its great clubs and for its adult oriented forms of entertainment (topless shows and adult shops amongst the offerings). It is also part of London's theatreland and within 200 yards are some of the capitals best known theatres such as the Prince Edward Theatre, Phoenix Theatre and the Astoria Theatre. Just south of Soho as you cross the Shaftesbury Avenue you find the aptly named Chinatown. Here thanks to its large Chinese population you step into a taste of the orient with Chinese shops and restaurants aplenty. Just the other side of Chinatown is Trafalgar Square. Some 200 yards north of the hotel is Oxford Street, a place where every London tourist has to spend at least part of their stay. Over 1 mile of endless shops, stores and boutiques with most geared at the London visitor. Its the place for souvenirs. All in all this hotel is for guests wishing to be in the very heart of London and on top of the nightlife and theatres that make London so popular.
Attractions surrounding the hotel, a selection includes Curzon Soho Arthouse Cinema (0.1 miles), Leicester Square (0.3 miles), Trocadero Centre (0.3 miles), Planet Hollywood (0.3 miles), Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum (0.3 miles), Piccadilly Circus (0.3 miles0 and the British Museum (0.4 miles).
Sister Hotels: Under the same ownership are the Batty Langley's and The Rookery Hotel.
Bedroom Numbers: 38 / 5 Floors
Check-in: 15.00 (3 pm)
Check-out: 12.00 noon
Parking:There is no parking onsite.
Internet:Complimentary wireless internet access throughout.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 91% by past guests. The London average is 80% and the average for 4 star hotels is 82%. Therefore this hotel is above average for its sector (star rating) and for London as a whole.
Milesfaster ranking: 80th from 866 London hotels, and 28th of 329 four star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: A comparable type of hotel close by (0.1 miles, 0.2 km) would be the 4 star The Nadler Soho, with base rates beginning from £170 and which has a 97% guest satisfaction rating.
Prefer something with a higher guest rating? Then the 5 Star 41 Hotel may be one too look at being 1.2 miles (2.0 km) from the Hazlitts Hotel. The 41 Hotel has a perfect unblemished customer rating 100%, a truly stunning achievement.
Local hotels analysed:The closest fifty hotels around this area (6 Frith Street, W1 postcode) that are listed on this website cover a 0.5 miles (0.8 km) radius. The numbers for each star rating are 17 five star hotels (average rating 88%), 24 four star hotels (average rating 85%), 8 three star hotels (average rating 83%) and 1 two star hotel (rated 83%). Top 4 star hotels are Montague On The Gardens Hotel and the Amba Charing Cross (both 98%). The highest rating goes to Soho Hotel (5 star), the Covent Garden Hotel (5 star) and also the Haymarket Hotel (5 star) (all joint top with 99%).
Base Rates: We look at what the average base rates are for the area and by star rating. These rates do not take account of offers and short term deals so are just a guide. If we look at the average for all hotels in the area (nearest 50) we get an average base rate of £170 per night. The lowest rates are at £18 at SoHostel (2 Star, 83%) and highest base rates of £396 at Cafe Royal Hotel London (5 Star, 91%). Averages for each sector of star rating: Five Star average: £273, Four Star average: £127, Three Star average: £98 and Two Star average: £18.
We rank hotels based on our own proprietary algorithm based mainly on guest ratings but adjusted for influencing factors. We rank Hazlitts Hotel 7th (joint) of the 50 local hotels and 4th (joint) for the 24 four star hotels in the area. The hotel is 33rd of 50 (23rd of 24 four star hotels.) for lowest standard rates locally. Looking at the hotels rates plus its user rating we rank it 28th of 46 for sheer bang for buck (SoHostel was top).
Background:Refurbished 2000, 2002, 2007.
History:The Hazlitts hotel was built In 1718 and is made up of three adjacent Georgian buildings (numbers 5,6 and 7). First opened as the current hotel in 1986.
Named after William Hazlitt, an 18th century English literary critic, author and essayist who died here. The story goes that when William Hazlitt died here (at the time it was his boarding house at number 6) his landlady placed his body under the bed so she could show the room to prospective tenants while she waited for the undertaker.
In 2009 a 4th building behind the original 3 was converted to create extra reception area space, a sitting room complete with honesty bar and 8 new bedrooms with lift access.
Daily Telegraph Newspaper 2015: Top 10 boutique hotels in London