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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

My husband and I took my elderly parents and 4 kids who are late teens to this hotel. The hotel staff went out of their way to help my mother who is very frail and did so without prompting. Getting her water when she looked tired, bringing her a wheelchair on two days when she starting having mobility troubles and moving her to a shower only room once we realized the bathtub was too high for her to safely use. Our plan included daily breakfast in the Booking Office Restaurant which was extremely convenient esp. since they reserved a large table for when we wanted to dine together and otherwise, it was easy for the group to eat when they wanted in the morning. The restaurant ran like a well oiled machine and everything seemed effortless. This was exp. impressive given how large the place is and how many diners it serves throughout the day.

elegant and luxurious - and in the train station for local london area and eurostar parts beyond. we stayed in the chambers quarters. the room was comfortable, including the bed and pillows and grand with the high ceilings. and the AC was quiet, hard to find in an old property. this is a sensational restoration well located. the chambers breakfast was good and fast, and the dining room breakfast was quite good. shopping options in the train stations take care of all the necessities and a few frivolities.

St. Pancras is the most beautiful hotel I've ever stayed in. It couldn't be any more convenient for travel, given its location, attached to St. Pancras International train station. The service was exquisitely good. However, we were disappointed the spa was fully booked upon our arrival. A guest ought not to have to pre-book spa services. And, the mattress was far too firm, but this seems to be a problem all across Europe. Not the cloud Tempurpedic we are accustomed to at home.

Hotel is very impressive architecture wise. Only down side was my brunch last day with my daughter and her friend. What I ordered was terrible (did not eat it) but their club sandwiches were good. Otherwise - vacation-wise - the hotel was only blocks away from my daughter's University dorm and it was great.

Amazing! we upgraded to a suite and that proved to be the best move we made on our trip. The door was huge, the room was huge and we got a great view of the euro-star in our window view. The accommodated breakfast was amazing as well. Overall, we would definitely go back to this hotel.

WOW! definitely worth the money. We originally purchased a regular bungalow but they offered us a discounted upgrade to their suites and it proved to be the smartest move we made in london. The suite was huge, we had a view of the city and we had all access to the clubroom. We also had a view of the eurostar station in our hallway. Just a beautiful hotel!

The Good: Great location if coming on the train from the north, Paris and easy to get to Heathrow as well. Easy tube access to anywhere in the north of London. Unbelievably gorgeous building. Really nice common areas. Great spaces to hold informal meetings- free WiFi in the lobby. My normal room was fine, maybe even nice for London standards at $300/night. The Bad- if you just get a normal room you're view is likely to be dire. Maybe a brick wall, I at least got to see the curved slate dome roof of the train station but not a thing else, Service in the Booking bar and to a lessor extent the main lobby was shocking. No nice way to put it. Snooty people, forgotten orders, interminable waits to get a bill. The building is lovely, some nice wines as well- the people are quite poor at service. On top of that they include a service fee on all orders. They should really have offered me money back to compensate for me wasting my time with them. Overall- if it was convenient to me I'd go back but I'd really need to be of the mindset that the service will be terrible. K-

This was the most amazing hotel ever. The staff was so friendly and proper. There is a free spa with a dry and wet steam room, a warm bubbling pool. The architecture inside and out is awesome. Super comfy beds. We walked to all the major site seeing attractions or took a bus. There isn't free internet, which should be included for paying those prices. And the restaurant is a little pricey but has really good food. Overall very impressive.

Since we only had four days of travel we wanted to make the best. It produced that expectation and beyond. We booked the chambers club area. A little extra but all the difference. It's location on the hub of transportation was ideal for site seeing.

Makes you proud to be British! Attention to detail with refurbishment , simply amazing ....just a great experience. Pillows and sheets great quality so the comfort level could not be better. Will come back as soon as I can. I have relatives in Cambrige and Leicester, so easily travelled to from train across the street as well seeing everything London has to offer with the underground also being so close...

Beautiful hotel in a renovated train station. We got connecting rooms in the older and grander part of the hotel. It was very pricey but included access to the Club Room, which served a nice breakfast, afternoon tea, and pre-dinner heavy snacks. The location was excellent, the rooms were clean and luxurious (though not particularly large), and the staff were very friendly and helpful. There was a good fitness center and a small pool. We would return on our next visit and recommend to others, but be prepared to pay handsomely for the Club access.

No expense has been spared in restoring the St Pancras Chambers to what is probably more than its former glory, as the St Pancras Renaissance London hotel. Fortunately everything else about the hotel matches the restoration work. Recommended without hesitation to anyone prepared to pay a bit more for a truly memorable experience,

Euston Road London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to British Library and University of London
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in London City Centre, St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London is adjacent to British Library and within a 15-minute walk of popular sights like University of London. This 245-room, 5-star hotel has 2 restaurants along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an indoor pool. Located centrally in London, it's also close to St. Paul's Cathedral and London Zoo.


Dining

Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Booking Office, which specializes in British cuisine. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London's 245 rooms are air-conditioned and provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and 32-inch LCD TVs with digital channels and pay movies. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Safes and desks are other standard amenities.


Property features

At St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Valet parking is offered for GBP 50 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space.

Room options

Superior Room (Barlow Wing)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Premier Room (Barlow Wing)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Grand Suite (Grand Junior, Chambers)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Junior Suite (Chambers)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

Everyone (3) Couples (3) Business (1) Family (3) Other (1) Friends (1)
5

great stay

Everyone

My husband and I took my elderly parents and 4 kids who are late teens to this hotel. The hotel staff went out of their way to help my mother who is very frail and did so without prompting. Getting her water when she looked tired, bringing her a wheelchair on two days when she starting having mobility troubles and moving her to a shower only room once we realized the bathtub was too high for her to safely use. Our plan included daily breakfast in the Booking Office Restaurant which was extremely convenient esp. since they reserved a large table for when we wanted to dine together and otherwise, it was easy for the group to eat when they wanted in the morning. The restaurant ran like a well oiled machine and everything seemed effortless. This was exp. impressive given how large the place is and how many diners it serves throughout the day.

By , from VA on Jul 11, 2017

5

historic modern where it counts train stn hotel

Everyone

elegant and luxurious - and in the train station for local london area and eurostar parts beyond. we stayed in the chambers quarters. the room was comfortable, including the bed and pillows and grand with the high ceilings. and the AC was quiet, hard to find in an old property. this is a sensational restoration well located. the chambers breakfast was good and fast, and the dining room breakfast was quite good. shopping options in the train stations take care of all the necessities and a few frivolities.

By , from denver, co on May 19, 2017

3

the most lovely hotel in london

Everyone

St. Pancras is the most beautiful hotel I've ever stayed in. It couldn't be any more convenient for travel, given its location, attached to St. Pancras International train station. The service was exquisitely good. However, we were disappointed the spa was fully booked upon our arrival. A guest ought not to have to pre-book spa services. And, the mattress was far too firm, but this seems to be a problem all across Europe. Not the cloud Tempurpedic we are accustomed to at home.

By , from California on Aug 21, 2016

4

great visit

Singles

Hotel is very impressive architecture wise. Only down side was my brunch last day with my daughter and her friend. What I ordered was terrible (did not eat it) but their club sandwiches were good. Otherwise - vacation-wise - the hotel was only blocks away from my daughter's University dorm and it was great.

By on Nov 14, 2015

5

spring vacation

Couples

Amazing! we upgraded to a suite and that proved to be the best move we made on our trip. The door was huge, the room was huge and we got a great view of the euro-star in our window view. The accommodated breakfast was amazing as well. Overall, we would definitely go back to this hotel.

By on Feb 23, 2015

5

amazing hotel

Families

WOW! definitely worth the money. We originally purchased a regular bungalow but they offered us a discounted upgrade to their suites and it proved to be the smartest move we made in london. The suite was huge, we had a view of the city and we had all access to the clubroom. We also had a view of the eurostar station in our hallway. Just a beautiful hotel!

By on Jun 14, 2014

4

pretty good, some bad...

BusinessTravelers

The Good: Great location if coming on the train from the north, Paris and easy to get to Heathrow as well. Easy tube access to anywhere in the north of London. Unbelievably gorgeous building. Really nice common areas. Great spaces to hold informal meetings- free WiFi in the lobby. My normal room was fine, maybe even nice for London standards at $300/night. The Bad- if you just get a normal room you're view is likely to be dire. Maybe a brick wall, I at least got to see the curved slate dome roof of the train station but not a thing else, Service in the Booking bar and to a lessor extent the main lobby was shocking. No nice way to put it. Snooty people, forgotten orders, interminable waits to get a bill. The building is lovely, some nice wines as well- the people are quite poor at service. On top of that they include a service fee on all orders. They should really have offered me money back to compensate for me wasting my time with them. Overall- if it was convenient to me I'd go back but I'd really need to be of the mindset that the service will be terrible. K-

By on Jan 19, 2014

5

absolutely amazing in every way

Couples

This was the most amazing hotel ever. The staff was so friendly and proper. There is a free spa with a dry and wet steam room, a warm bubbling pool. The architecture inside and out is awesome. Super comfy beds. We walked to all the major site seeing attractions or took a bus. There isn't free internet, which should be included for paying those prices. And the restaurant is a little pricey but has really good food. Overall very impressive.

By on Jan 6, 2014

5

10 out of 10

GetawayWithFriends

Since we only had four days of travel we wanted to make the best. It produced that expectation and beyond. We booked the chambers club area. A little extra but all the difference. It's location on the hub of transportation was ideal for site seeing.

By on Oct 1, 2013

5

very special

Families

Makes you proud to be British! Attention to detail with refurbishment , simply amazing ....just a great experience. Pillows and sheets great quality so the comfort level could not be better. Will come back as soon as I can. I have relatives in Cambrige and Leicester, so easily travelled to from train across the street as well seeing everything London has to offer with the underground also being so close...

By on Aug 19, 2013