August 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
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
I've been million times in London and I always walked passed this beautiful beautiful building till I decided to stay there - and it worth it.The hotel is expensive, but I like it very much. The location is great for tube users as well as the int. railway. The hotel itself has a great interior and very historical. Corridors are with nice carpets and the rooms are quite big, I had a chimney and a bathtub. The stuff is friendly and helpful. Don't mind to stay here.
Axn0 - Yerevan, Armenia
Located adjacent to Kings Cross and St. Pancras railways and underground, the Renaissance is easily accessible from just about anywhere (including Paris, since this is where the Paris trains depart from). The hotel has been dramatically remodeled and has classic charm with many modern upgrades. My room was decent size for a central London location, however we only had a view of the train station roof, even from the 6th floor, so call that no view! Basically staring at a wall. Recommendation, ask for a room with a view! The restaurant was a good choice and breakfast was included in my rate. There's some food and retail shopping in the adjacent train station as well, which adds convenience. I found the staff to be courteous and welcoming.
alsmith031 - Los Angeles, California
Stayed for one night with my family while visiting London. The rooms were very clean, large and spacious. The highlight of our visit was the lovely indoor pool; it had beautifully tiled walls and the water was very warm. The fitness suite was also very quiet, with all the equipment I needed. Will definitely come back again.
TashaECole - Telford, United Kingdom
Arrived for a one night stay to celebrate my husbands 60th birthday. Upgraded for the special occasion for a small fee. From arrival to departure where looked after very well by staff. Room was amazing, building was Fabulous. Ate in the Gilbert and Scott restaraunt for evening meal food and service excellent. The Chambers Club was a nice quiet place to relax afternoon tea delicious as was breakfast. Would certainly stay again.
Irw-law14 - Stafford, United Kingdom
I have stayed at many of the London Marriottâ€™s, but after just one night stay July 14 this is now my favorite. Iâ€™m a Platinum Premier with Marriott and have received some pretty good perks around the world while travelling, but this hotel has topped them all. It all started with amazing and welcoming check-in staff (I think it was Max, definitely a young gentleman with an M name) who went above and beyond helping even though I arrived on an overnight flight in the early morning. He was tremendous, taking my information to let me know when room was available and providing me a key to be able to get into fitness area/pool to take a shower â€“ and walking us to our destination to be sure we found our way and providing information about the hotel and hours. Truly service above and beyond. If you donâ€™t have status with Marriott to get lounge privileges, I highly recommend you pay the extra for a Chamberâ€™s Room so you can get into the club, it is worth it. Tea in the regular lounge is 38GBP, but they serve the exact same in the club with pressed pots for coffee and tea. Similar for breakfast - you can get the same delicious Eggs Benedict ordered from the Booking Restaurant served to you in the club and all the lounge staff are friendly, attentive, and professional. The Chefâ€™s should be complimented. All food we had was well prepared, of good quality, and beautifully presented. I wasnâ€™t actually in a chamberâ€™s room and my room was nothing out of the ordinary for Marriott â€“ standard, double beds, nothing special view, but it was really clean and comfortable and had Tokyo Milk amenities. Pool was small but beautiful â€“ look at pictures from other posters. If you have children, just note there are times when the pool is kid free. This is great for someone travelling on business like me to get to enjoy the quiet, but not so great for families travelling. It seemed like a good compromise of hours/times though for both. We were there over Wimbledon and hotel went all out for the event. The flower arrangements had tennis balls, desserts were adorable and themed, and on Saturday the front desk staff decked out in tennis whites. It was really well done. You can't beat location - super easy to get from Heathrow via Piccadilly line and then all around town with underground below and busses out front. Thanks to guest services and all the excellent staff for making it such an amazing stay. Iâ€™ll be back when Iâ€™m transiting through again.
JandDVA - Northern Virginia