St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
Not every hotel can say they have enough parking for half a dozen or so high speed trains but this is no ordinary hotel. Originally opened in the late 1800's by Queen Victoria, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel has just reopened to the public. The building is a glorious work of gothic architecture that Sir John Betjeman claimed was, "too beautiful and too romantic to survive." But survived it has, and now in its fully renovated 5-star state, and under Marriott's management, the St. Pancras Hotel is dropping some serious luxury on those lucky enough to be staying there.
More info and photos after the jump.
Thanks to our contributor Wayne, we've got some great photos of the space and we're debating emptying our bank account for a plane ticket and a hotel booking. Decisions, decisions.
Co-written by Wayne and Paul.