When I looked for hotels in London, I came across the Draycott. Most of the reviews were excellent, except for a few of people who had apparently hated the place. Frankly, not to like the Draycott, either someone has hit you on the head with a big stick, or you're someone who would not recognize a pearl, even if it was thrown at your feet.
The hotel manages to make you feel as if you were staying at (a very wealthy) friend's place in central London. Considering this is London, the rooms (I stayed in a double) are really large and incredibly quiet (how about waking up hearing birds chirping in Central London ?). This hotel is for those who like a home away from home. It is not for those who value a grand lobby, hotel boutiques and multiple restaurants. For those in need for a gym, you'll need to go to a local gym and pay a one-off fee.
Overall, an excellent choice.More