St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

Rated 7.8 in 2359 reviews. 240 rooms.


After years of devoted restoration, the St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel is being hailed as the city's most romantic building. This 5 star hotel is located at St Pancras International Station and has direct access to London, the UK and Europe.

Forming part of St Pancras International train station, this elegant hotel has immediate access to the high speed Eurostar service and the Tube. Luxurious surroundings include a tea lounge, 2 restaurants and bars, a spa and relaxation pool. Complimentary WiFi is available in the public areas.

Rooms within this spectacular building and recently extended Barlow House are each fitted with state-of-the-art entertainment systems, including a 37-inch flat-screen TV. Large tiled bathrooms come with bathrobes and slippers.

Many unique features of the original hotel remain, complemented by a 24-hour gym and health spa to help guests unwind.

Food will be served from breakfast through to the early hours, with a complementary cocktail. A range of traditional ales are also on offer at the Booking Office Bar.

The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel has access to 6 Tube lines. ZSL London Zoo is a 30-minute walk from the hotel and The British Museum is 15 minutes' walk away.

Spa Facilities

  • Steam room
  • Spa lounge/relaxation area
  • Foot bath
  • Spa/wellness packages
  • Back massage
  • Neck massage
  • Foot massage
  • Couples massage
  • Head massage
  • Hand massage
  • Full body massage
  • Fitness
  • Personal trainer
  • Fitness/spa locker rooms
  • Swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Massage
  • Indoor pool
  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Heated pool
  • Beauty Services
  • Facial treatments
  • Manicure
  • Pedicure
  • Body treatments
  • Body scrub
  • Body wrap
  • Spa facilities

Available Rooms

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

  1. The Gilbert Scott

    Marcus Wareing's elegant British brasserie is open at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Named after the building's original architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott - enjoy great British Classics!

    48 m from hotel
    St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel

  2. The Betjeman Arms

    London's best station pub. The toilets are often in crisis, however. The Betjeman ale is pretty decent. And a large outside bit at the front.

    102 m from hotel
    Unit 53, St. Pancras International Station

  3. Searcys Champagne Bar

    Ask for the Alberto Grande...and you will never want to leave this place!

    122 m from hotel
    Upper Concourse, St. Pancras International Station Euston Rd.

  4. Sourced Market

    Everything is smashing...apart from the ready-made sandwiches, whose taste/cost ratio is way too low.

    265 m from hotel
    28a-28b, St Pancras Railway Station

  5. The Parcel Yard

    Usually pubs in a station are dreadful but this is a great pub by any standards. Great selection of beers, original station memorabilia and cavernous rooms to explore.

    297 m from hotel
    Kings Cross Station

  6. The Fellow

    Free wifi. The password is conference

    320 m from hotel
    24 York Way

  7. Camino

    Plenty of good reasons to visit, but they also have a strong free wifi signal. Ask for the password at the bar. Oddly, though, it blocks access to quite a few popular sites.

    327 m from hotel
    3 Varnishers Yard

  8. Drink, Shop & Do

    This former pop-up is exactly the sort of place you’d find in one of the lovelier university towns. Metro gave it 3 out of 5 Stars.

    391 m from hotel
    9 Caledonian Rd

  9. The Euston Tap

    Go now. Oh god, go now. This place is incredible, but is far too small once the commuting crowds know about it.

    0.6 km from hotel
    190 Euston Rd

  10. Caravan

    The baked eggs with chorizo is absolutely glorious. Flat white coffee is amazing as well (they roast their beans on site).

    0.6 km from hotel
    Granary Building, 1 Granary Sq

  11. Wellcome Collection

    The extraordinary Sir Henry Wellcome (d.1936) founded one of the great multinational pharmaceutical companies, and this museum is based on his amazing collection of medical artefacts.

    0.7 km from hotel
    183 Euston Rd

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    1.2 km from hotel
    Great Russell St