Draycott Hotel, a luxury London hotel, offers a home-from-home experience with 5* accommodation.
Luxury Accommodations at the Draycott Hotel in London
The Draycott Hotel is a 5 star London hotel with historical pedigree, and that pedigree is nowhere more apparent than in its 35 beautifully decorated and luxurious rooms.
Steeped in Edwardian history and splendour, the Draycott Hotel’s rooms feature magnificent high ceilings and original fireplaces with each room theatrically themed and adorned with Victorian antiques and historical details. Every 5 star room contains something of its theatrical namesake - be it Sheridan, Coward, Grenfell, or Ashcroft - such as prints, photographs and a miniature biography of the impresario in question.
The hotels rooms and suites at the back of the property benefit from glorious views over the private London garden square below - particularly beautiful when the cherry trees are in blossom.
All rooms come with luxurious ensuite bathrooms containing a well-proportioned bath and power shower and comfortable beds made to the Draycott’s own unique specification using the finest Sea Island cotton designed for a perfect nights rest whilst staying in London. .
Whether you are staying in a cosy single room or a magnificent suite, all rooms feature the modern amenities you'd expect in a 5 star luxury London hotel, such as air conditioning, satellite television and ipod docking stations.
Where better than the Draycott Hotel to combine the grandeur of the past with the luxuries and convenience of today, all within one of the finest luxury London hotels.
Theme of the Rooms and Suites
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.
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. Each room provided a sense of the theatrical personality it was named after, so, for example, the Ellen Terry room was given the air of the star’s Victorian dressing room.
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".
Each individual detail and unique aspect of this luxury 5 star hotel helps to make guests feel at home whilst staying in the Edwardian grandeur of the Draycott Hotel, London.