St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel – St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

In Victorian times, King’s Cross was an industri. In the 20th century, the suburb became a shady site, home to crime and ineaecor exempimes riign Victorian eiotnic assign. It showcases glorious metalwork, gold leaf ceilings, and hand-stencilled wall designs. The hotel’s story started in 1865. Midland Railway ran a competition for the design of a hotel next to St Pancras Station. The site opened in 1876 as the Midland Grand Hotel In 1935, the hotel was closed since it became too expensive to heat and maindiff. In 1935, the hotel was closed. the Midland Grande are too expensive to heat and muie property reopened its doors.

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It was named St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, following a multi-million USD renovation. The lobby connects to one of the hotel’s two restaurants. The “Booking Office Bar and Restaurant” is located in the station’s original ticket office. The menu showcases delicious modern classics. I’ll have breakfast and dinner here at the end of this clip. The hotel gives direct access to St Pancras train station St Pancras is one of the world’s most spectacular train stations.

St Pancras is also the terminus for Eurostar trains. Eurostar connects London to Belgium, France and the Netherlands. Let’s return inside the hotel. The property features 245 rooms and suites, spread over two wings. Tip: stay for free at this hotel with Marriott Bonvoy. Marriott Bonvoy is the loyalty program of Marriott (there’s a review on my blog). Subscription to Marriott Bonvoy is free. Staying at Marriott hotels earns points, which can be redeemed for free ni. The (small) room looks out over the streetside. It features a bedroom (with queen size bed, desk, and seat) with ensuite bathroom.

I paid 360 euros a night (excluding taxes & breakfast). I wish I hadn’t because this room did not represent good value for my money. The bathroom is tiny. It is equipped with one sink, a toilet and a shower. The hotel’s 38 Chamber Suites offer a better experience. These rooms are located in the hotel’s historic wing, which features a grand staircase. All hotel guests have access to the historic wing. This wing offers a chance to celebrate the glitz and glamor of the Victorian era. The hotel spa is also located in the historic wing. The spa is built underground in the hotel’s original steam kitchen.

The spa has a Victorian inspired decor. It features brick archways, arched windows and beautifully restored tiling. The spa’s highlight is the indoor relaxation pool. There are also six treatment rooms, traditional saunas, and therapeutic steam rooms. The hotel opens a rooftop bar in summer. The terrace is located on top of the property’s contemporary wing. The view from the terrace is not very impressive. Nonetheless, it’s a nice place to enjoy a drink with some finger food. The rooftop can be rented for private events. This is London, though, so always be prepared for some rain :-). The restaurant’s kitchen is led by chef Adam Ashe.

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