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The St Pancras hotel is a lovely building mixing old and new. They handled our family of ten attentively and gave us tips on navigating London for the day. My one discordant observation is that we were spread through three wings to do so -...More
My husband surprised me by booking us here at the end of our trip. Wow! This is so impressive in every way. The architecture, it’s location, the history, the furnishings, stairways, floral arrangements, the attention to detail everywhere — all exceptional. The concierge lounge is...More
For such a prestigious hotel they are surprisingly ungenerous. I ticked the do not make the room option and as a result the in room water wasn't replaced. On the fourth night I took 2 small bottles from the fridge and charged £4 each. Also...More
1 Thank Alastair H
Response from Anne L, General Manager at St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel LondonResponded 2 days ago
Dear alastair h,
Thank you for having taken the time to share your recent experience on TripAdvisor.
Whilst I thank you for having opted for 'Your choice' , which is one of Marriott's environmental friendly promotions, I would like to apologize that the water has...More
U.S. to Heathrow, Piccadilly Line to St. Pancras. It's that easy for us to get to our "Home in London" as that has happily what this place has become and is always a pleasure writing a new review for this fine hotel.
Incredible architecture, beautifully...More
Every time I go to London I stay there. It is a real treat and makes my visits very special. Service is exceptional, so is the food and facilities, but what makes it truly special is the building itself.
Chambers is the old hotel and Barlow the new wing. Both have great rooms and offer all the facilities that the hotel has to offer. Go for Chambers for history and luxury if you can afford the price tag but Barlow is also... More
Chambers is the old hotel and Barlow the new wing. Both have great rooms and offer all the facilities that the hotel has to offer. Go for Chambers for history and luxury if you can afford the price tag but Barlow is also great 😊