October 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London in London, England
Beautifully restored and brimming with 5-star luxury, the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London provides a truly unforgettable experience. Behind the fairytale fašade, that Sir George Gilbert Scott fashioned for the Midland Grand, lies a hotel that will exceed your every expectation...blending Victorian splendor with modern style and service.
Step inside the spectacular glazed entrance hall, and stride down the famous grand staircase to the Gilbert Scott Bar and Restaurant, featuring its brilliant cuisine. Make yourself at home during your Kings Cross visit in one of our 245 immaculately appointed rooms and suites, which feature luxury bedding, 24-hour room service, and much more. Additional hotel amenities include a 5-star spa, as well as a gym and an indoor pool. Events at our hotel are nothing short of spectacular. The historic Hansom Hall venue is perfect for weddings of varying sizes.
Location of St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
Nearest Airport: LGW
Amenities for St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Heated Pool
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
The old Midland Railway Hotel is class 1 listed, but the newer St Pancras Hotel manages to incorporate stylist modern amenities into a wonderful old but clean building. We stayed because the building is special and it has dedicated tours that last about 1 hour). But it also has a spa and a pool. It was on the pricey side, but very, very convenient for Eurostar or trains to the midlands or east coast. Service was exemplary and there was an excellent restaurant called Gilbert Scott that was part of the same building. As we stayed in the historic part, there was also temp membership of a club, with nibbles and drinks throughout the day. It's a unique experience. Try it at least once!
So lucky to have stayed here for a night recently. The architecture is amazing, so lovely that this beautiful building has been restored for us all to enjoy. The welcome was very good, with a glass of sparkling wine offered whilst checking in. Didn't eat there in the evening, but the breakfast was good. Excellent access to the railway station.
Meg C - Staffordshire, United Kingdom
This Marriott is a cut above the standard Marriott. Service is excellent. The breakfast is outstanding in choices. Some of the rooms may be a bit small. It's also a very quiet hotel. Many of the rooms don't have a view (internal to the station complex), but in return there is no traffic noise. Close to British Museum (15 minute walk).
JohntheLast - Barrington, Illinois
Checked in straight from Kings Cross connection from Heathrow. Viola at the front desk suggested a suite and it was straight out of a Victorian fairy tale! I jumped right in the soaking tub. The Chambers Room is a dream with outstanding breakfast, tea and early evening snacks (could have made it a meal) The ladies there --Kanita Rodroy and her other staff were outstanding. Took the Eurostar after a 2 day stay and could not have been more convenient. Really enjoyed the historic hotel, but the service made us want to come back again
We stayed here for my 40th birthday for two nights. The room was lovely, but the towels were very hard I would have expected fluffy towels in a hotel of this standard. We had coffee and cake on the afternoon we arrived, this was lovely and the staff were attentive. We had room service one evening and service was speedy and polite. The second morning we stayed for breakfast with a lovely selection of breakfast items, something for everyone. The location of this hotel is perfect for Kings Cross station.
JenBeau77 - Bishop Auckland, United Kingdom