Location & Travel

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London is a true Victorian masterpiece in the capital. The grand building has undergone years of careful restoration to provide a truly spectacular venue in the heart of London.

The restored Gothic beauty was once thought by Sir John Betjeman to be “too beautiful and too romantic” to survive in a world full of concrete and tower blocks. Against the odds, the stunning treasure of a structure remains, being dubbed London’s most romantic building.

The Hotel boasts a plethora of exquisite details and features which add to the overall elegance and romance of the building. The Gothic Revival metalwork, stunning gold leaf ceilings and hand-stencilled wall designs embrace the original character of the building.

Train routes from the nearby Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross overground stations, (including easy connections to the key London Airports), the Eurostar international high speed rail and 6 underground tube lines mean King’s Cross is one of London’s most accessible neighbourhoods for both UK and international visitors.