Fitzrovia Hotels, History & Area Guide

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A vibrant cultural hub, Fitzrovia is one of London’s best hidden gems. Find out about the history of this delightful district of London, its charm and why The Rathbone is the best boutique hotel in Fitzrovia.

Boutique Hotels in Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia is one of London’s true delights. The area sits happily between the glitz and glamour of the West End and the offbeat counter-culture of Camden. Its traditional borders are Oxford Street, Euston Road, Great Portland Street and Gower Street. About 8,000 people live in Fitzrovia and 50,000 come here every day to work.

A cultural centre, Fitzrovia has long been known as a haven for some of the UK’s most revered literary figures. George Orwell, Virginia Woolf, Dylan Thomas, Quentin Crisp and George Bernard Shaw all worked and socialised in Fitzrovia during the 1930s and 1940s.

Today the area is one of London’s most enthralling districts, boasting a wealth of bars, theatres, restaurants and hotels. Long established as one of the most iconic boutique hotels in Fitzrovia, the Rathbone provides your perfect base from which to explore the city as a whole.

Fitzrovia Hotels

There are a number of reputable hotels in Fitzrovia and they appeal to visitors because they bring a quiet, tranquil, village feel to your stay in what is now one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.

As a four star boutique Fitzrovia hotel, The Rathbone seamlessly blends into the look and feel of the area and from the hotel you can explore London’s most famous tourist spots including the British Museum, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and so much more!

Why the Rathbone?

If you are looking for the leading hotels of Fitzrovia, here at The Rathbone we have earned our reputation as one of Fitzrovia best hotels due to our warm welcome, exceptional customer service and our location. We believe The Rathbone ranks among the very best Fitzrovia hotels and we’d like to think that our guests would say the same!

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