I stay in London frequently as a Brit living in New York. I paid £365 per night for 2 nights. Now this is suppose to be a top hotel, however the concierge were useful finding a cab that takes credit card - never had that problem with the Chancery Court Renaissance. They actually suggest I find a cashpoint instead of spending time flagging down a cab. Nobody offered or explained what facilities the hotel offered. The room smelled musty and old and had a view of euro star trains along with the PA system. In short not worth £365 a night. Not even a minibar with food, no water gratis.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hailed as London's most romantic building, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is widely recognised as one of city's greatest Victorian landmarks. The 245-room hotel now boasts not only one of the most majestic staircases in Britain, but two bars & restaurants, a spa, a gentleman's grooming salon as well as some of the largest and most beautiful suites in the city. Our 5 star hotel is located at St Pancras International Station and is brimming with a fairytale facade that Sir George Gilbert Scott fashioned for the Midland Grand. Our hotel earns the ability to exceed every expectation while blending Victorian splendor with modern style and service. ... more less
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