Draycott Hotel

26 Cadogan Gardens, London, SW3 2RP

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1 Room / 2 Adults

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Guests will receive the royal treatment at the Draycott Hotel in the heart of Chelsea, London. Elegant rooms, antique furnishings, and high tea all contribute to the authentic English experience. The beautiful rooms accommodate two adults and one child and offer sweeping views of the gardens. Each room comes complete with a flat screen television, private bath, and air-conditioning. Fluffy robes are also provided. Breakfast is served in the theatrically themed dining room. Guests can walk to the Knightsbridge, a variety of art galleries, and the closest underground train station. Most museums in London offer free admission and interactive exhibits that will entertain visitors of all ages.

Our Editor Loves

  • Authentic English experience
  • Public transit access
  • Free museums

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining


London gem

by boundary

I was reluctant to write a review of the Draycott because I think it’s one of London’s unknown treasures. It’s dripping with character, wonderfully located in Sloane Square area, it has larger rooms than most in London and the staff are lovely. It’s the only place I would stay when in London.

Lovely food, unfortunate incident made it uncomfortable

by louloumulcahy1984

My husband and I visited the Draycott yesterday for afternoon tea and I would like to offer a rather mixed review about this. The drawing room where it was served was lovely, the gentleman attending to us was fab and the food was lovely and very generous however the drawing room leads onto a garden and there was some rather large issue with a family staying there that made our visit really uncomfortable and stressful. The woman kept running in and out slamming doors and shouting and the it child was doing the same and kept coming to our table and staring at is. It was quite cold and as the room is small it was very disruptive and noisy and the relaxing ambience of afternoon tea was ruined by this. The staff didnt do anything either until we complained and it was too late. It's a shame as it's a lovely place to visit