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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Make your stay in London a luxurious event by booking at this impressive station hotel. Más información
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This spectacular Victorian masterpiece has been lovingly restored and is being hailed as London's most romantic building. It features gothic revival metalwork, gold leaf ceilings, hand stencilled wall designs and the grand staircase still as dazzling as the day the hotel opened in 1873.

Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott to receive travellers through St Pancras International Station, the former Midland Grand Hotel offered its guests a world of grandeur, luxury and fantasy behind its fairytale red facade.

This luxury hotel offers guests a world of timeless elegance and modern comforts. The Gilbert Scott Restaurant is operated by renowned chef Marcus Wareing and entices guests with its fine selection of classic British dishes. Alternatively, The Booking Office restaurant features an array of punches and mixed drinks recreated from the Victorian era, perfect for accompanying the exquisite dishes available throughout the day and evening.

For true escapism, visit the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London's superb spa and fitness centre. Relax, unwind and pamper with a wide range of luxurious body treatments for men and women. A perfect way to unwind after a day exploring the sights of the capital.

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Nightly rate £209.00 por habitación

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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Euston Road
+44 (0)20 7841 3540
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Transporte público:
Tube: Kings Cross St Pancras Train: Kings Cross St Pancras

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