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Hailed as London's most romantic building, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is widely recognised as one of city's greatest Victorian landmarks. The 245-room hotel now boasts not only one of the most majestic staircases in Britain, but two bars & restaurants, a spa, a gentleman's...
We stayed at Renaissance hotel for a special occasion. The hotel is wonderful. Attentive staff, super convenient location to Eurostar trains and city centre. Pool and sauna facilities are amazing too. Overall amazing stay, thank you very much!
Weekend break with the family.
This hotel is amazing in history and presentation.
I never thought I would eat a luxury breakfast in a booking hall where I once used to buy train tickets, or drink cocktails where taxis used to drop me.
Firstly I have to declare I LOVE this hotel & although I could never afford to stay here, I use the coffee lounge and Booking Office a lot.
So we booked the back end of the lounge where an area was cordoned off for afternoon...More
251, The room where it happened…
lacked luxury, class and a finesse not even coming anywhere close to the 5* hotel status.
So after a magnificent west end show, Hamilton, delectable food at Hai Cenato, celebrating my mums birthday, the excitement knowing I was going...More
1 Thank Esther G
Response from Anne L, General Manager at St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel LondonResponded 2 days ago
Dear Esther G,
Thank you for taking the time to review your most recent stay at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
I am extremely disappointed to read your feedback and that we failed to ensure an enjoyable stay which something we never wish for any...More
A weekend here was a birthday treat - & it's always a treat to stay here. The reception staff are friendly -we even had a hug from one who remembered us from last time - & the room was good. However, Housekeeping needs a bit...More
Depends on what your asking. All rooms are accessible by stairs or lift (elevator). If you’re in the old Chambers wing then a walk up or down can be a great experience whereas in the new Barlow wings the stairs are probably... More
Depends on what your asking. All rooms are accessible by stairs or lift (elevator). If you’re in the old Chambers wing then a walk up or down can be a great experience whereas in the new Barlow wings the stairs are probably more for emergency use.
If you find stairs difficult then you need to be aware that because of the nature of the old building, some rooms have a step of two within eg to the bathroom.