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"Style & Character"
This is one of Britain’s most historic hotels, and a tribute to Gothic architecture from the industrial age. Start with a drink at The Booking Office; the original ticket office, all red brick and wonderfully preserved. The cocktail menu is vast whilst the beers (My favorite) is served in copper tankards; Also try Charles Dickens Memorial rum, a real treat. The food here is very good also and some of the best dishes are drawn from sentimental menus, simply delightful. Step out the door of the bar and you are standing on the King’s Cross concourse which is ideal Eurostar or local connections.
"THE Amazing Experience in London !"
What a piece of english history ! Every moment we leaved for 2 nights in this wonderful hotel will stayed in our mind ... SImply the best customer experience !! You will find a outstanding team who make you feel unique. THE place to be for a long week end ! Very Calm and well soundproofing. Thank U to the entire Team of St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
Typical London hotel more concerned about conference facilities than guests in the hotel. Room was adequate,foyer lives up to the reputation of being a railway station and service in the restuarants is very average. Check in and check out is a hectic as foyer is so busy. Best part of the hotel is the building
"Excellent hotel, great stay"
You simply cannot beat this building for it's design, ambience, atmosphere, class, etc. The spa is very unique, the bars and restaurants excellent, lobby and coffee area superb. The rooms seem to be varied, I was in the newer section so it was like any other Renaissance, but this hotel is a great place to stay. Location is ideal and it's quite.
"A classic delight"
My wife and I stayed at the St Pancras for two nights visiting London and absolutely loved it. We easily arrived on the train from Heathrow (take the purple Piccadilly tube line) and after our stay easily took an Uber to London City airport to fly on to Dublin. Immediately adjacent to the St Pancras international train station and the Kings Cross subway station, the St Pancras is super convenient for getting all around London, and indeed all of Europe. Its old world classic elegance almost defies description. We so enjoyed the pub and restaurant and we spent a few enjoyable hours just strolling through the massive international train station, shopping and people watching. Our room was quiet and well appointed. The staff, especially concierge Christian, could not have been more welcoming and helpful. If we're back in London, even if only for one night before hoping a train elsewhere, we'll stay at the St Pancras.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM