Hatchett's Hotel and Tavern

Status: Closed
Address: 67-68 Piccadilly, W1J 0HJ (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)
London borough: City of Westminster
Former address: [also listed as 1-3 Dover Street]
Historical parish: St George Hanover Square
Dates open: [1789]-[1882]
Notes: It is listed in 1851 and earlier as just "Hatchett's Hotel" so may not have included the tavern at this time. The directories also mention a "New White Horse Cellar", which may be a wine bar or shop (John Hatchett is listed variously as a victualler or vintner in fire insurance records, and the first mention of him in 1789 is at the "Albemarle" so this may be an earlier name). Later offices, now a restaurant.
Photo taken in October 2017
Sources: Open date: Archives
Census 1851 [T Thomas] (as "Hatchetts Hotel")
OS 1871 (as "Hatchet's Hotel")
PO 1841 (as "Hatchett's Hotel")/1856/1869/1882 (all as "Hatchett's Hotel & Tavern & New White Horse Cellar")
References: MS 11936/363/562666
MS 11936/382/597818
MS 11936/413/687571
MS 11936/419/715820
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