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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

2,775 reviews
+44 20 7841 3540

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel is in the Heart of London

What Do the Rooms Include?

Each room has been restored to a high standard, fabulously furnished, and highlights incredible views of St. Pancras railways station right from the window. Each room has a comfy chaise lounge and chair that are perfect after a full day of sightseeing. For those wanting to stay connected, there is also reliable and fast wifi that is standard across all room types.   

What Amenities/Features Are Available?

Having gone through several years of restoration, the St. Pancras features Gothic metal work, gold leaf ceilings, and hand stencilled wall designs that will transport you back to 1873 when the hotel first opened. The beautiful cantilevered staircase and former ticket hall turned into hotel restaurant and cocktail bar complete the living museum experience. 

What Are the Room Rates at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel?

The St. Pancras isn't going to be one of the cheapest hotels in London, but it's the kind of thing where you get what you pay for. Rates for a standard "Barlow" room start at 229 GBP a night and go up from there. If you feel like splurging, the Chambers Suites start at 439 GBP.

What's There to Do Nearby?

Connected right to the busy St. Pancras station, you get direct access to Eurostar trains and six London Underground tube lines, you can get to anywhere in London. From the main street of Euston, guests are walking distance from the British Library and King's Cross.

What's the Bottom Line?

This 5-star hotel is like no other London hotel. From its fairytale façade to the perfect juxtaposition of Victorian grandeur, soaring gothic windows and contemporary styling, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel is the perfect place to relax and splurge in luxury.

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Euston Road
London, NW1 2AR
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Superb facilities and location" "Location is fantastic"
99% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
Near to public transport, according to 100%.
"Excellent atmosphere" "Lovely lobby area"
95% said it was a stylish hotel.
93% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Atrium is superb" "Building is amazing"
87% thought the building was wonderful.
97% thought the architecture was beautiful.
"Superb staff" "Excellent bar staff"
95% found the staff to be very friendly.
91% thought the service was very professional.
Wellness Area
"Excellent spa facilities" "Spa staff were very nice"
top-notch fitness area, thought 90%.
"Spotlessly clean and wonderfully comfortable bed" "Room was wonderfully quiet"
83% said the beds were comfortable.
Only 68% said rooms were big enough.
Bar and Beverages
"Fabulous dirty martini" "Excellent bar staff"
Delicious alcoholic drinks, according to 81%.
60% said beverages were too expensive.
"Beautiful breakfast" "Great spa and breakfast"
57% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Mini bar broken" "Dirty dressing gown"
83% said the beds were comfortable.
Only 68% said rooms were big enough.
Value for money
"Therapies are overpriced" "Overcharged for breakfast"
69% thought it was overpriced.
57% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Internet was lame" "Lack of free wifi"
69% thought it was overpriced.
88% said the wifi quality was bad.

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Relatively high internet cost
Nice building
Stylish Hotel
Friendly atmosphere
Expert Reviews
Rough Guide
Now a luxurious Marriott hotel, it is certainly a thrilling spectacle – the lofty public spaces and colossal, softly glowing lobby evoke the golden era of railway travel.
Travel + Leisure
Opened in March 2011, the hotel is house in part of the landmark train station, with a restaurant designed by David Collins and helmed by Marcus Wareing of the Berkeley Hotel.
It's been a long time coming, but after years of restoration, this monumental piece of Gothic architecture has been kicked into shape and opened up as one of the grandest hotels in London.