The Draycott Hotel, London, has 35 guestrooms, all of which are named after famous theatrical or literary personalities. On the desks in each room, there is a small biography and picture of the person the room is named after. The rooms are decorated with Victorian antiques, while cushions, framed prints, and ornaments all complement the individually decorated walls.
All rooms have fireplaces, gilded mirrors, plenty of wardrobe space, upholstered armchairs, cabinets with TV and minibar inside, woolen rugs, desks inlaid with leather, brass table lamps, leather-bound complimentary stationery, as well as a selection of books including some by the room's named personality. Bathrooms are also in a period style. Facilities include Penhaligan's toiletries, telephone, heated towel rail, bathrobe and slippers, and bath with power shower.