We were so glad to finally make it back to The Draycott. Our last visit was in January 2020 when few people had heard of Covid. It was great to see familiar faces in familiar surroundings again and spend time relaxing in the lounge. Our breakfasts were delicious. My one request is that the quality of the toast is improved! A relatively small change from Chorleywood factory bread to a 'real bread' such as a slow proved sourdough or multigrain, rye, etc, would be very welcome. We love this hotel, the staff, and the area. We will return soon.
Our first time staying in this area of London, and loved every minute of our stay at this hotel. It is tucked away literally just around the corner from Kings Road, also just a short walk to the Chelsea Embankment and a stroll across the Albert Bridge to Battersea Park. Cosy hotel with lovely, quaint rooms. We had a room on the 2nd floor overlooking the front of the hotel and it was so quiet. Lovely freshly cooked breakfast in the mornings, which you can take in your room or in the downstairs breakfast room. As it is close to Christmas the Drawing room and the Library were decorated with xmas decorations and the fire made it even more cosy! Friendly staff, and a thank you to the Operations Manager (sorry I did not make a note of your name!) who found the time to talk with us at breakfast one morning and made us feel so welcome. We hope to visit again sometime soon!…
Sadly, we only stayed for one night but we plan to return for longer. This is an amazing “country house” style hotel just a few minutes from Sloane Square. Our room (Gielgud) was at the top of the hotel and was spacious, beautiful and supremely comfortable. It was also extremely quiet and we slept soundly. We loved all the personalised touches and very much enjoyed the afternoon tea (reviving after shopping next door at Peter Jones!), the complimentary champagne pre theatre and the hot chocolate and biscuits when we returned! The staff were all so lovely and welcoming and we can’t recommend the hotel highly enough.
I stayed here as a treat for my birthday and my first trip to London in ages. Had a lovely big room with a very comfortable bed and lots of period furniture. Great bathroom and wardrobe too. The hotel is in a perfect location and has gorgeous period features. The staff were all very pleasant and there is a lovely drawing room where drinks are served at various points in the day. I only managed afternoon tea but I believe there is fizz at six pm. A couple of problems- no food in the evenings, not even room service. This is not clear on the website. Front door accessed by a buzzer, not great when you’re arriving back alone in the evenings as the street is pretty quiet.
Our group checked in for just one night's stay as we were attending Awards Party nearby, from the moment we arrived Cansanli and the front of house team were attentive and incredibly helpful. An iron was needed, and it arrived within five minutes! The afternoon tea & biscuits were welcome after our journey, and the complimentary Champagne at 6pm started our party evening off wonderfully. Breakfast was first class too, recommend the eggs Benedict. Look forward to visiting again