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Hazlitt's
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

This is just such a special place to stay. I work in events so stay in a lot of hotels - so finding something different, personal and gorgeous is the main aim when taking a break. Hazlitt's location is brilliant bang smack in the middle of Soho. We stayed to the rear of the hotel (Dr John Snow room) which was only on the first floor but SO QUIET I couldn't believe we were in Soho. The staff are justifiably proud of the hotel and know all the history - they will bend over backwards to meet your requests. The story of the building is wonderful and the former occupants extremely interesting. It's like staying in an amazing family home that's been around for generations. Don't let the fact it has no on-site restaurant put you off - either order room service or get out amongst it in Soho. And fear not - the hotel is maintained continuously so there is nothoing old and cruddy about it. Fresh, fun and quintessially English. We are going back for sure.

Room Tip: Front of hotel rooms may be noisy
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1  Thank BonkersBridezilla
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

This hotel was a complete surprise booked by my husband.
wow what an absolute stunning find.
On entering the hotel, we were greeted with a friendly hello and smile and given all the information we needed.
We did only stay one night, but very well worth it.
It has real oldy worldy charm and character and alot of history behind it.
We would definately stay here again.

Room Tip: we didnt see the other rooms, but you are in a busy area of london , but all fantastic
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

Stayed in London for a Saturday night without the children at this hotel. It is very well located just south of Soho Square in a lovely period property. We booked a superior room which was slightly below our expectations but was none the less very nice. Being nearly 300 years old the building has its quirks and I would not suggest the stairs after a drink as they slope a bit already! The room was tidy and the bathroom pleasant. We were surprised at the lack of tea/ coffee facilities in the room but these could be ordered 24 hours and were excellent on arrival. There is no restaurant so meals are delivered to the room when required. Service was very good.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Andy T
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Reviewed August 12, 2013

Central London, a building with a history, charming inside, staff who get to know you as a guest and -by London standards - not a crippling cost. If there's any problem with this hotel it is that eventually everyone is going to figure out that this is the place to stay.
Our trip had two stays at the hotel (a side trip to the Cotswold's had us leave some bags and laundry between the trips) and both were excellent. We had two different rooms and each had a personality that there was no clear favorite.
Drawbacks? Soho can be busy and most evenings we Brits reveal our love of all things alcoholic - sometimes with less than impressive results. It could be nearer to a tube and the work at the north end of Soho for the replacement Tottenham Court Road stations isn't ideal.
But the hotel is in the middle of a sea of good places to eat, near one of the finest (if not the finest) Jazz Clubs in the world and an easy walk to the City's tourists site.
This isn't a place for a traditional business stay (but why be traditional?) but it is the perfect place for a vacation - and a romantic one at that. The rooms are large enough, the furnishings fine enough, the surrounding art worth a stop at every corner.
I've stayed here many times over the years and it just improves. It's the little things, free tea brought to the room with lovely biscuits. The service at the front desk. Finding your way around the corridors, the small lounges downstairs.
You won't get points or scheme out upgrades. You won't get offered five different levels of pillow. You won't get a free gift at reception - but you will have a great stay. There are plenty of good newspaper & magazine reviews of the hotel online; believe them - it is that good.
And while it's there (it's moving with the station redevelopment) make sure to check out the nearby Foyles bookstore.

Room Tip: I've not had a bad room here - and I've had many. Some rooms have tubs with showers inside that might be a little awkward for those a little older. Some rooms have no tub and a shower. All the rooms seem to come with a good old fashioned wooden toilet seat!
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2  Thank PhileasFoggontour
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Reviewed August 5, 2013

If you're looking for something in the centre of Soho with a bit of history, character and charm, this is the place for you. You'll need deep pockets, mind. There's a lounge and a library on the ground floor, one with drinks and an honesty book to record your imbibitions - it's that kind of place.

The staff there were nice and friendly too.

We had a room "at the back" so noise wasn't a problem.

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3  Thank DoctorJools
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