Hazlitt's Hotel

6 Frith Street | London, ENG W1D 3JA  [SEE MAP]London, ENG  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

What! Why not 5* this place is brilliant!

Feb 25th, 2020

Simple really, when I sit relaxing in the library late at night, I do not expect to be listening to a rocket propelled fridge, even the staff member revving away on his motorbike behind the hotel was drowned out by the fridge! #fixit! All that said, (please fixit!) I will be back, it is that brillianti TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Homely luxury

Feb 22nd, 2020

Practically every modern comfort is covered. Aesthetically it felt like we'd stepped back in time - the building is beautifully restored, with a choice of cozy drawing rooms to relax and sketch in. The staff are always available but never intrusive. A perfect bolthole from the hustle and bustle of nearby shows, shops, and galleries. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

A hidden gem in the heart of Shoh

Feb 14th, 2020

This wasn’t my first visit to Hazlitt's Hotel and I sincerely hope it’s not my last. Hazlitts will not be to everyone’s liking, not a single level floor in the entire hotel and a grind to climb the wonky stairs to the 4th floor, but as you climb you pass rooms named after residents dating back to the mid 1700s, Mrs Anscome, Jonathan Swift, Major Roberts to name a few. Hazlitts is a true step back in time, warm, friendly, quaint but above all home for a few days and sanctuary from the bustle of Central London. On the negative side, Hazlitts does not have a restaurant. Breakfast is served in your room. On the positive side, directly opposite Hazlitts is a fantastic new restaurant called Sussex, which is well worth a visit for its English Gourmet menu (not gourmet prices) excellent Nutbourne English Sparkling wine and a 20 metre stagger back over the road to home. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Charming, great location - not for the mobility challenged.

Feb 13th, 2020

If you're looking for old world charm in a great location, this is definitely the hotel for you! Everything about this boutique-style hotel is London at it's finest. The details that they've put into decorating cannot be matched. I booked a Superior Room, 1 Double Bed, and I was given the Mrs. Millet room. They name their rooms rather than number them. I was happy with the size of my room - it's plenty of space for one or two people. I ordered tea several times to my room, and it was just so nice after a long day of walking to sit in bed with a tea tray and relax. The bed was a few feet to far off the ground though, so it did require some level of effort to get in and out of it. Also, the table in my room needs fixing, as it would tip if I leaned on it. I had a front facing room on the second floor, so I could look out into front street, which was nice. There's no fitness room, but the multiple flights of stairs you'll have to go up and down each day are a nice substitute. No lift. Quirks? It's an older building, so it's bound to have its own oddities. The floors are all crooked and uneven. I nearly fell over the side of the stairs as I was nearing my room. I'm convinced that the British must have only more recently learned how to lay a proper foundation. There was a separate faucet for hot and cold water in the bathroom. Not sure how this works? Am I supposed to fill one hand with hot water and one with cold and then mix them together? I gave up and just stuck with the cold faucet. The faucets are a little too close to the sink as well, so I could barely get my hands under without touching the sink. Ewwww sink cooties! My family and friends were a little concerned when they saw the creepy statue that sits behind the toilet and stares at you while you get in and out of the shower. I'm a little down with voyeurism, so it didn't bother me so much. The shower had an AMAZING rain shower head. Really loved it! Unfortunately, it rains faster than it drains, so you end up standing in a foot of water by the end of it. The tub is really, really deep, so it takes some effort to get into it, and getting out is a little dangerous. Don't worry though - if you do slip and take a tumble, there are some hot pipes to break your fall! This is because they've very thoughtfully provided guests with towel warmers. I don't know why every hotel doesn't do this - hot towels are THE BEST THING EVER! For some reason, flushing the toilet seems to be a very violent event. Water comes out with such force it actually jumps out of the bowl, effectively creating a bio-hazard zone around the toilet. It was a bit noisy at night, given the bars and restaurants that are in the area, but this didn't really bother me as I find it relaxing to fall asleep to the sounds of drunk people laughing and yelling in the street. What's around? Located in Soho, you will be within walking distance of dozens of bars, restaurants, shops and a few underground stations. Get yourself an Oyster card and take advantage as it makes it rather simple to get to most areas of the city in a short amount of time. Be aware that these underground stations are not necessarily mobility friendly, so you may end up lugging your suitcase up some stairs should you choose to take the train to and from the airport (I booked a cab online for $50 to Heathrow to save me the inconvenience. It'll cost you closer to $100 if you try to hail one or grab one while at the airport.) You can easily walk to Covent Gardens, Picadilly Circus and Oxford street for food, theaters and shopping. There is no end to the beauty of this area. I recommend the Honest Burger restaurant for a quick bite! You can also order food delivery. Harry Potter fan? This hotel is located literally 2 minutes walk from The House of MinaLima! This is a MUST VISIT for anyone who is a fan of Harry Potter - trust me! Also, you'll be about a 10 minute walk to Primark on Oxford Street, which has it's own Harry Potter section. You cannot shop Primark online, and they have some really great, affordable finds! This hotel is also located a few minutes from the theater showing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Staff I thought the staff were friendly and helpful at all times. They helped me with my luggage, brought me my food delivery and were as accommodating as possible. However, Sir Godfrey only graced me with his presence when I was finally checking out. I would have expected better manners from someone with a knighthood. Conclusion This hotel is great for young, fit people who want to be in the heart of a busy/noisy area. Not well suited for those with mobility issues or who are light sleepers. I would definitely stay here again! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Beautifully designed hotel.

Feb 1st, 2020

We have stayed here a few times and always love coming back. It is designed to a beautifully high standard and there is a real sense of history here. A minor gripe is that the room we had this time was not as pleasant as previous rooms. No real view and a small window which made the room very dark. However, I slept very well in a comfortable bed and the staff were efficient and helpful. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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