St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

We spent three nights at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London which was fabulous and makes for the perfect treat or special weekend. The hotel is fascinating and full of history with unique features of the ‘good old days’. Perfectly placed, it also offers an excellent base to explore London and the local areas.

Good Points

  • Breakfast served in ‘The Booking Office’, the station’s original Victorian ticket hall within the hotel
  • Our breakfasts were all 1st class with exceptional service from the staff
  • Wonderful pool & spa area with subdued lighting, beautiful tiles and chairs to relax in
  • Well equipped room with minibar
  • Ice room on each corridor with an ice bucket in the room
  • Fascinating setting, take a stroll around the St Pancras Station for a slice of life, to eat or to shop
  • Good range of restaurants and shops in the station, all of which are undercover
  • Competitive rates for a top London hotel
  • A 2 minute stroll to the British Library which is well worth a visit (walk out of the main entrance and turn right)
  • Superb transport links for getting across London

Any Gripes!

  • If we have to find one, the pool was a little smaller than we thought but excellent all the same
  • Windows in the room did not open on the top floor (obviously for health and safety) but temperature control in the room was very good and the traffic noise probably would have been too loud with it open

Overall Rating

We would highly recommend the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel for its uniqueness and overall 5 star quality. The breakfasts were excellent and having them in the old booking office was a delight. Make sure you explore the hotel and see the Grand Staircase which is worth the walk up the stairs. A really special place to stay.

Address:  Euston Road, London, NW1 2AR

Websitehttp://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/lonpr-st-pancras-renaissance-london-hotel/

Last visited November 2014

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