Friday, June 15, 2018

The Draycott on Cadogan Gardens: A World Apart





Nestled within three beautifully restored Edwardian homes in the exclusive enclave of Chelsea and Knightsbridge, The Draycott epitomises the grandeur of old-world luxurious living. Hidden away on a leafy road in one of London’s most sought after neighbourhoods and just around the corner from Sloane Square, The Draycott Hotel is our favourite place to stay when we're in London. Steeped in Edwardian splendour, each room is private, discreet and theatrically themed, with many of the suites having their own cosy fireplace and gorgeous views of the tranquil private interior garden to which Daycott guests have exclusive access. Personal touches such as complimentary tea and homemade biscuits at 4pm, champagne at 6pm, hot chocolate before bedtime and a squishy teddy bear nestled on each bed, further add to the hotels old world charm. In fact, staying at the Draycott feels less like a hotel, but more like being a privileged guest in an elegant country home. Welcoming, sophisticated and luxuriously furnished, The Draycott is a timeless classic in a world of modern anonymity. Blessed with an enviable location, The Draycott is also just a short walk to Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Peter Jones, the fashionable King's Road, and some of London's best restaurants, making it one of London’s very best kept secrets. 



Afternoon Tea in the Draycott Formal Living Room

Complimentary glass of champagne each evening

The lobby and french glass doors to the sunny Living Room which looks over the private gardens

Deluxe Garden View Suite

The Draycott Teddy