December 14, 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 façade, 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

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
Euston Road
London, England

Nearest Airport: LGW

Amenities for St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Spa Services
  • Fitness Center
  • Indoor Heated Pool
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  • Nearby
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Reviews for St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This hotel was amazing. Friendly and welcoming. Comfortable, spacious, food and drink fantastic. Can’t praise it highly enough. Not quite perfect, the towels were probably the worst I have had in a hotel, small and hard.

Sandy L - Christchurch, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

I spend four to five weeks a year in the UK. Whenever I am in London, I stay at the St. Pancras and have done so for over six years. The building is impressive, beautiful old world charm. The convenience for business and vacation travelers is nearly as grand as the famous staircase…three major train lines within a five-minute walk and houses five underground tube lines. I have stayed in many of the hotel's rooms, from the standard wing to the Chambers. As a Platinum Premier Member, I stay in a lot of hotel room, many of which often look the same no matter where you are in the world. The Chambers rooms at the St. Pancras deliver a unique experience and are easily my favorite within the Marriott family. The Chambers lounge is an oasis within the hotel. Even if you have a suite, it’s an extended dining and living room easily enjoyed. I often use this lounge for one on one business meetings. I can not say enough about the staff. Hotels, like all business, have turnover, especially with the advancement programs Marriott offers. Over the past six years I meet interacted with many staff members, and they have undoubtedly always been friendly, courteous and attentive. It’s a major testament to the effectiveness of training and management at the hotel. The St. Pancras Concierge Team defines helpful. Professional, knowledgeable and warm are the ways I describe the team. They are always quick with a recommendation and help to navigate any part of the city. They have ALWAYS delivered and made each stay memorable. They are the heart of St. Pancras in my option.

stephen l - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

This hotel is much lauded and we were excited to see why when we booked a single night’s stay in one of the Barlow wing rooms. The building itself is magnificent and on entry to the lobby/check-in area, you won’t be disappointed. Check-in was very professional and friendly and we were excited to see the room. Well, this is where we were brought down to earth. As one or two others have said in their reviews (which unfortunately I hadn’t seen prior to booking), once beyond the grandeur of the hotel lobby and check-in experience and into the lift, you could just as well be in any Mariot hotel. This of course is not necessarily a bad thing - the room was spotlessly clean, spacious, well-equipped, very comfortable and also very quiet. But it was also like 100 other hotel rooms I’ve stayed in - mostly of the type used on business that are mid-range and functional. Yes, the bed linen was more luxurious and the hairdryer was a bit better - but the space is dull and adorned with modular, characterless furniture and fittings that even in that context seem 10 years out of date. For less money, you’ll get a room that, although smaller, will feel much more special over the road at the GNH. We had also read how amazing the staff were in the hotel. Perhaps you have to be a member of the Chambers club to experience this in the more exclusive areas of the hotel. We popped into the Booking Office bar in the evening and after sitting for 10 mins while disinterested waiters & waitresses saw to everyone else, we left and went over the road where we were seen to immediately. In summary, this hotel is undoubtably a step up from the average, but if you’re expecting to be wowed by a room experience that reflects the grandeur of the hotel facade, be prepared!

Trip_MonkeyNuts - Chelmsford, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

We stayed here for one night on our way to the Eurostar. Very convenient place and has some quirky bits to admire. Set up overlooking the Eurostar platforms, it has a sort of charm. The room was nice but we were disturbed by some one walking backward and forward for hours in the early hours of the morning at around 06.00 am. Not just once or twice it went on for almost an hour none stop, directly above us. So be aware if your staying on the 2nd floor !! The room and facilities are good air conditioning nice bathroom etc. Comfortable bed and plenty of space. The reception staff are very friendly and helpful. In fact when I mentioned the noise I was greeted with an apology and 20% off our room bill, very nice gesture, I had not asked for a bill reduction. The only let down for us was the poor quality of breakfast service and staff, when presented with our bill for 2 bowls of cereal and a couple of croissants and tea it was ÂŁ38 !! Ouch for nothing more than a couple of pounds worth of produce. Also to add insult to injury our bill had a 12.5% service charge added another ÂŁ4.75, the only service we got was a pot of hot water delivered to the table for us to put our tea bags into. WOW, also when we rejected the service charge as we saw it we had not really had any service, the waitress gave us a filthy look. Happy to pay when you have experienced a good service. This was the only let down for an otherwise great experience. They have a nice bar area next to the Gilbert Scott restaurant.

Getabout01 - Cambridge, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Enjoyed a wonderful nights' stay in this beautiful hotel. I was upgraded on arrival without even asking! The suite inc bathroom was stunning, with a sitting and office area, conducive to working as well as relaxing. I ate in the restaurant, highly recommended. Friendly helpful staff. Wonderful hotel.


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