Rathbone Hotel Fitzrovia

The Rathbone Hotel, Fitzrovia is situated between the glamour of London’s West End and the offbeat counterculture of Fitzrovia and has been welcoming guests with warmth and hospitality since 1975. Fitzrovia has its own distinctive ‘fee’ and has long been a haven for revered literary figures including George Orwell, Virginia Woolf, Dylan Thomas, Quentin Crisp and George Bernard Shaw who all frequented Fitzrovia during the 1930s and 1940s.