Where’s Your Teddy Bear?

Paddington Bear to Arrive at London’s Draycott Hotel

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In honor of the highly anticipated Paddington 2 film, London’s awesome Draycott Hotel will be celebrating the legacy of the beloved bear with an exclusive Paddington Bear Experience now through April 8, 2018. Creating a fun way to explore London, families will join Paddington at the Draycott for miniature high tea and on adventures around the city, complete with his red hat and all. This is an absolutely adorable package for families with little ones. Think of the memories you’ll make and of all the great photos you’ll take.

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The Draycott Hotel’s Paddington Bear celebration invites guests to experience London through Paddington’s eyes, honoring the polite, yet mischebieous bear’s sense of optimism and wonder. The Draycott is paring tribute to Michael Bond’s cherished original A Bear Named Paddington stories, where Paddington travels to London from the deepest jungles of Peru and finds adventures in a strange and wonderful city. Accompanied by their very own talking Paddington Bear received on arrival, families and guests of the fete can do the same with a colorful and commemorative path through the bear’s most favorite places in London.

For updated rates, itineraries, and other information contact The Draycott Hotel at  Tel: +44 (0) 20 7730 6466 or reservations@draycotthotel.com

About the Draycott Hotel

The Draycott is a stylish townhouse hotel located just off Chelsea’s prestigious Sloane

Square. Occupying three restored red brick Edwardian homes, the property evokes

old world elegance and charm in a supreme London location. There are 35 rooms in

the Draycott Hotel, many of which have their own fireplace and garden view. A nice

staff and thoughtful personal touches make the Draycott an indulgent and luxurious

“home away from home.” www.draycotthotel.com

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