|Hazlitts doesn't have it's own restaurant but being located in Soho, the hotel is in close proximity to some of London's most sought after restaurants like-Sinor Zilli (Italian), Soho Spice (Indian), Zilli Fish (Noveau International), Lindsay House (Irish), The Criterion (Anglo French) to name just a few.|
Add Ons: The fact that the hotel is housed in an 18th century townhouse which was incidentally where Napoleon's biographer - William Hazlitt lived and died. This hotel still exudes with a rich sense of history and in the past many notable writers and authors have been guests of this esteemed hotel.
The hotel's library - "Sitting Room" has a rich collection of books and periodicals and there are many signed copies of renowned authors in the library's custody.
The hotel is one of its kind in the whole of London. Even though it is located in one of London's most happening areas - Soho - yet, this quaint little hotel has managed to hold on to its Victorian charms in spite of the onslaught of the glitz and glamour of the modern era.
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