St. Pancras Renaissance

Euston Rd., London, NW1 2AR, England

This stunningly restored Victorian landmark—replete with gingerbread turrets and castlelike ornaments—started as a love letter to the golden age of railways, and now it's one of London's most sophisticated places to stay. Originally built in 1873 to serve wealthy passengers for the adjacent St. Pancras rail station, the hotel's original High Victorian features have been modernly restored to huge effect, from the soaring, redbrick reception area to the sumptuous, gilt-trimmed bar and restaurant, a reworking of the old station's booking hall. Guest rooms are far more modern; done in minimalist grandeur, they are spacious and comfortable, with an understated elegance and a host of up-to-the-minute gadgetry.

PROS

  • unique and beautiful
  • faultless service
  • close to the train station

CONS

  • very popular bar and restaurant
  • streets outside are busy 24/7

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 020-7841–3540

HOTEL DETAILS

207 rooms, 38 suites
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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