Renaissance Hotel

Article published on: July 23, 2014

This five star London hotel set above St Pancras Station has an extraordinary Iconic gothic design. After being closed for years it has made a huge comeback with its grandeur, spiral staircases, opulence and victorian magnificence.

This hotel is abuzz, like the station it occupies. From socialising in the Hansom Lobby to drinking at the Booking Office overlooking the Eurostar platforms or dining at The Gilbert and Scott restaurant run by Michelin star chef Marcus Wearing whose revamped classic British cuisine truly transports you.

The St Pancras Spa is a stunning sanctuary which boasts treatment rooms including a couples’ suite, a Victorian tiled relaxation pool and a eucalyptus steam room a perfect place to relax and unwind. Treatments include the Ko Bi Do facial that incorporates ancient Japanese massage techniques, and the Udvartana Ayurvedic slimming ritual from India.

St Pancras being one of the busiest transport hubs is linked to Kings Cross which are both great for travelling within London and getting to and from the airports also the Eurostar, it is a major plus of choosing to stay at this hotel.