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.