Hazlitt’s – London

Hazlitt’s – London

WHAT’S THE STORY BEHIND THE LOOK?

A discreet front door, even discreeter signage – if you didn’t already know that Hazlitt’s existed, you’re unlikely to spot it. And in one of the shoutiest parts of town, that’s exactly how it likes it. Entering the front door is to step into Georgian London, a welcoming cocoon of wonky, creaking floorboards and antiques tucked into strange nooks, with a fire crackling in the grate, a gin ready to be poured at the honesty bar, and a cat asleep in the lounge. Twenty-first-century Soho disappears when you cross the threshhold.

WHICH ROOMS ARE MOST MEMORABLE?

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All have the feel of a secret boudoir, individually decorated and equally memorable, but try the Jonathan Swift (pictured) for its marble fireplace and carved oak bed, ort he Teresa Cornelys, which has a separate lounge area, an enormously high bed and an eaves bathroom with a ‘period bathing machine’.


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