Our St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel has been widely acclaimed as one of the very best venues in London, and it isn’t hard to see why. Its stunning facade and old-world interiors conjure Victorian chic while the services and facilities are everything you’d expect from a modern, first-class hotel. Our vast Booking Office Bar & Restaurant is a must-visit treat, offering delicious Victorian inspired cocktailstailored to the modern palate. Direct access to the St. Pancras railway station and Eurostar terminal puts you in easy reach of many great European destinations. Closer to home, some of London’s top attractions are within walking distance, including the British Library and British Museum. Ask local Navigator James for his top tips of what to do during your stay at one of London’s most iconic addresses.
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
St. Pancras Gardens
Gordon's Wine Bar
The Cross Keys
Caravan King's Cross
Green & Fortune Cafe
Camden Town Brewery
The Charles Lamb
Herman Ze German
Live music: James Sayer
James Sayer is an outstanding pianist/...
James Sayer is an outstanding pianist/ vocalist, originally from Birmingham. At Leeds College of Music he was awarded the Friends Prize for outstanding performance and he his since gone on to perform at festivals across Europe and the U.S. including 2015 Coachella, alongside Ruen Brothers.
Live music: Mi'das
Mike is a phenomenally talented...
Mike is a phenomenally talented guitarist and vocalist, who has worked alongside the likes of Jessie J, Rita Ora, Jamie Cullum and Eliza Doolittle. He has performed at O2 Arena and Kensington Palace, as well as intimate London venues, such Ronnie Scott’s and Jazz Café.
Live music: Dan Swana
Dan is a gifted singer and pianist whose repertoire covers The Great American Songbook, Pop, Soul, Motown, and current commercial hits. He has...
Dan is a gifted singer and pianist whose repertoire covers The Great American Songbook, Pop, Soul, Motown, and current commercial hits. He has performed extensively across the UK, Europe and the U.S. at venues including Wembley Arena, The O2, and Java Jazz Festival, working alongside the likes of Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, and Swing Out Sister.