26 Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, London SW3 2RP - United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 02077306466
PLEASE NOTE: All rates shown are a starting from/average rate only and change on a daily basis Please contact our Reservations Team to obtain the best available rate on the dates you wish to stay
Draycott Hotel is the epitome of classic elegance; a fine example of a boutique hotel in London
Built in 1890, the Draycott Hotel is one of the finest and most elegant boutique hotels in London. This beautiful, lovingly restored red-brick Edwardian hotel is situated just around the corner from Chelsea’s fashionable Sloane Square and the beautiful borough of Kensington, making it the perfect location to explore everything London has to offer. The Draycott Hotel offers luxury accommodation with traditional old age elegance and quintessentially British luxury within a peaceful city retreat.
Personal touches such as complimentary tea and homemade biscuits at 4:00pm, champagne at 6:00pm, hot chocolate and biscuits at 9:30pm and an honesty bar in the hotel lounge add to The Draycott’s wonderfully unique charm. With staff on hand to satisfy your every whim, the Draycott Hotel will become your very own indulgent and luxurious home away from home.
As a guest at the luxury Draycott Hotel, you’ll enjoy rest and respite in a choice of 35 luxurious, tasteful and individually decorated boutique suites and rooms. Steeped in Edwardian splendour, each room is theatrically themed and adorned with Victorian antiques. Most of the suite rooms have their own cosy working fireplace and many offer a view of the tranquil private Cadogan garden to which guests have exclusive access.
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Visit one of London’s finest 5 star hotels. The Draycott Hotel offers a relaxing home-from-home environment during your city stay.
Originally built in the 1890’s, work began in 1995 to bring the Draycott Hotel up to the standards of refinement and luxury of a fine 5 star London establishment. Today, the Draycott Hotel is pleased to provide some of the finest accommodation which is nowhere more apparent than in its 35 beautifully appointed and individually decorated rooms.
Each room is theatrically themed and adorned with Edwardian antiques, reflective of it’s theatrical namesake. Be it Sheridan, Coward, Grenfell or Ashcroft, each room contains something reminiscent of times gone by, whether that be a photograph or biography. Working closely with interior designer Rupert Lord, the design team started with a historic and original fabric that dates back to the hotels legacy as a reference, with each room featuring something that reflected the name bearer’s theatrical personality. Interior designer Rupert Lord reflects on the overall effect:
A hotel should be crisper than the country. It should be clear, calm, should sit back a bit.
Rupert Lord, Interior Designer
Each individual detail and unique aspect of the Draycott Hotel helps to make guests feel at home whilst staying in the Edwardian grandeur of some of the finest accommodation in London.
Chelsea has some of the finest restaurants in London but there comes a time when you just fancy staying in the comfort of your own home, relaxing with a good book or watching your favourite television programme. Our chef has put together a few dishes to suit this occasion but if there is something else you would like to have please do not hesitate to ask. We will be more than happy to accommodate you.
Wining and Dining
As a luxury London hotel, we pride ourselves on delivering 5 star service and first class facilities to ensure guest’s comfort. Providing 24-hour room service, The Draycott offers a selection of delicious hot and cold dishes and beverages which can be taken within your room or in the hotel’s splendid breakfast room.
The Draycott Hotel offers a number of complimentary services to all guests; served in the hotel’s Drawing Room are complimentary refreshments including tea and home-made biscuits at 4pm, a glass of quality champagne at 6pm, followed by a warming hot chocolate from 9.30pm.