15 MARCH 2010


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Article from BTNews 15 MARCH 2010

Soho from the rooftops

LONDON (and Soho’s) historic Hazlitt’s Hotel is to go one better than any other of its competitors by introducing a suite featuring a private roof terrace with retractable glass roof – get your booking in quick.  Said to be Soho’s first boutique hotel, and with each bedroom named after an historically famous local resident, Hazlitt’s has recently been extended by eight rooms.  One, the distinctive Duke of Monmouth suite, boasts a private roof garden and the sliding roof.  In Frith Street, off Soho Square, and dating back to 1718, Hazlitt’s has been meticulously restored and crafted to offer guests an overnight stay seen by London’s 18th century aristocracy. Quaint staircases, exquisite antiques and oil colours are subtly married with today’s technology; all rooms benefit from air-conditioning, complimentary wi-fi, flat screen television, blu-ray player, stereo, mini bar, safe, antique desk and REN toiletries. www.hazlittshotel.com

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