The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel London, England

The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
London, England

Style: Classic Luxury. Built: 1873. Remodeled: 2011. Rooms: 204. Suites: 41.

The St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London exemplifies High Victorian Gothic architecture in its most dramatic sense, the stunning redbrick building having been saved from demolition in the sixties by a protest led by former Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman. Preserving the glamour of the old station and the romance of rail travel during the 1800s, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London will maintain its elegance and charm by offering global travellers a gateway to London in the form of one of the city’s greatest landmarks.

The magnificent interior has been restored to its former glory with painstaking attention to detail using expert teams of hundreds of craftsmen and painters. Many of the original areas of the hotel considered of particular historical importance have been carefully renovated including the "Ladies Smoking Room", the first place in Europe where it was acceptable for women to smoke in public. The infamous sweeping forecourt, unique to a London hotel in its size and presence, provides a fitting entrance for the new hotel that will also showcase restored gold-leaf ceilings, ornate wall murals and the spectacular grand staircase. The famous staircase, widely revered as the most majestic in England with windows measuring over 50 feet and crowned by an elaborate vaulted ceiling, has been featured in many films and music videos most notably Batman and the Spice Girl’s video for their debut single "Wannabe."

The £150 million renovation of the 245-room hotel consists of the historic St Pancras Chambers that houses 38 elegant and spacious Victorian bedroom suites, and Barlow House, the newly created 120,000 square foot extension that features original artwork and contemporary design. Guests can continue to re-live the glamour of the Victorian era at either The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant - recreated in the original ticket office - or the celebrity chef restaurant and bar, occupying the original entrance hall and coffee room. The hotel also houses a 350 capacity ballroom, a private club, a barber’s shop and luxury spa, that includes a swimming pool and 7 treatment rooms.

Fine Dining on Site
The Gilbert Scott. Offering a distinctive bar and restaurant experience in the heart of his historic building. The restaurant will be run by one of Britain's most celebrated chefs, Marcus Wareing, and will offer a menu featuring an enticing array of British classics.
Banquets & Meetings
9 meeting rooms.

Hotel Address

The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
Euston Road
London , NW12AR

Location Summary
Located within the St Pancras Eurostar International with the Eurostar at it feet. Easy access to 6 London underground lines and all areas of london - Only 6 minutes to Stratford. World famous Covent Garden is a short tube or bus ride from the hotel.
Directions to Hotel
From London Heathrow International Airport join the A30 for Central London. After approximately 4km take the A4 to Central London and Hammersmith. After approximately 8km, join the North Circular (A406) to Wembley & Ealing. At Gunnersbury Park, turn right onto the A4000 to Shepherds Bush, Acton. Follow the A4000 to Harlesden, Park Royal until reaching Gypsy Corner, signed A40, Central London. Join the A40 and continue forward to the A501 passing Madam Tussauds and Regents Park Underground Station. Continue forward on the A501 joining the Ring Road towards The City and Kings Cross. Arrive on Euston Road and welcome to welcome to the hotel.
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