The Draycott Hotel may be small and private in terms of size but the interiors and level of service within the hotel are nothing but grand. The hotel is made up of three Edwardian houses which were originally part of the Cadogan Estate.
Even now in 2014, the hotel cherishes it’s Edwardian characteristics with high ceilings, original fireplaces and authentic antiques in every room. The Sheridan, Ashcroft and Coward are just some of the examples of the rooms, named after famous theatrical personalities. The vintage feel of the hotel still houses all modern amenities such as an iPod docking system in every room, air conditioning and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
The entire hotel has a very homely feel to it, complete with a drawing room where afternoon tea is served daily as well as champagne at 6pm and pre-bedtime hot chocolate. The Library room is the perfect place to catch up on some reading and have a little downtime. During the Spring and Summer months a walk around the peaceful gardens makes you forget you are in the heart of London.
Chelsea is an affluent neighbourhood, surrounded by restaurants, bars and just off Sloane Square. The Kensington museums and art galleries are just a five minute walk from the Draycott and Knightsbridge in also within walking distance.