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Located perfectly at the St Pancras Station premises so travellers for Eurostar will find this hotel very convenient. The gem is actually in the service staff, from check-in, to Booking Room Restaurant to Concierge to the Doorman. The only disappointment is the room size and...More
My father always wanted to stay in this hotel so for Christmas we booked it !!.. & a to see Phanton at the theatre , the hotel was amazing, beautiful, clean & the staff great. We drank in the bar & the staff did great...More
My rating represents the whole experience.
Originally booked for the 2 nights costing £586 which was a standard double room with breakfast.
Arrived at 12 and room was ready ( good start) was told that they only had a twin. They said the twin beds...More
Thank David A
Response from Anne L, Manager at St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel LondonResponded 3 days ago
Dear David A,
First and foremost I would like to extend my sincerest apologies for the series of incidents occurred during your recent stay with us.
I understand that we have been given the opportunity to speak to you directly this morning and we will...More
This hotel is a true London landmark. Staying here brings you back in time, with all of the modern conveniences you’ll need. This hotel is full of stories and history. Rooms in chambers wing have wonderfully high ceilings. You’ll feel as if you’re in a...More
We just spent seven nights here from April 12 to April 19. We had stayed at this hotel three years ago and have been wanting to return. It's still really terrific. From check-in, to the club room, to the laundry service, all of the staff...More
Chambers is the old hotel and Barlow the new wing. Both have great rooms and offer all the facilities that the hotel has to offer. Go for Chambers for history and luxury if you can afford the price tag but Barlow is also... More
Chambers is the old hotel and Barlow the new wing. Both have great rooms and offer all the facilities that the hotel has to offer. Go for Chambers for history and luxury if you can afford the price tag but Barlow is also great 😊