Hazlitt's

6 Frith St., London, W1D 3JA, England

This disarmingly friendly place, full of personality, robust antiques, and claw-foot tubs, occupies three connected early 18th-century houses, one of which was the last home of essayist William Hazlitt (1778–1830). Traditional style and furnishings form a large part of its appeal, but it's devoid of certain modern amenities—as the owners say, "In 1718 there were no elevators, and there still aren't." Nearby are more restaurants than you could visit in a year.

PROS

  • great for lovers of art and antiques
  • historic atmosphere with lots of small sitting rooms and wooden staircases
  • truly beautiful and relaxed

CONS

  • no in-house restaurant
  • breakfast is £12 extra
  • no elevators

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 020-7434–1771

HOTEL DETAILS

20 rooms, 3 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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