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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London vs Brown's Hotel

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London and Brown's Hotel are both praised by professional reviewers. On balance, Brown's Hotel is the choice of most professionals compared to St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London. Brown's Hotel comes in at 92 with approval from 19 sources such as Not For Tourists, Michelin Guide and Star Service.

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
8 / 10
Euston Road, St Pancras Station, London NW1 2AR
From $302 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
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Rough Guide
"Now a luxurious Marriott hotel, it is certainly a thrilling spectacle – the lofty public spaces and colossal, softly glowing lobby evoke the golden era of railway travel."
Michelin Guide
"Corridors and staircases evoke the past; bedrooms are a little more functional."
Fodor's
"This stunningly restored Victorian landmark... started as a love letter to the golden age of railways; now it's one of London's most sophisticated places to stay." Full review
Insight Guides
"Stunning public areas at this restored hotel, originally designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott."
Star Service
"It's located on busy Euston Road, 2 kilometers north of The Strand on the northern edge of central London, across from the King's Cross rail and tube station and fronting the Eurostar concourse" Full review
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Brown's Hotel
9 / 10
33 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4BP
From $526 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Laundy Room
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Michelin Guide
"Urbane and very British... with an illustrious past."
Concierge
"Reopened in December 2005 after a $30 million–plus overhaul, its future is now as bright as its past."
Fodor's
"Tongues wag, however, that even though it's one of the priciest of hotels, neither the interiors nor the service really add up the way they used to." Full review
Oyster
Kid-Friendly
"Brown's Hotel, located in prestigious Mayfair, is part of the luxurious Rocco Forte Collection." Full review
Time Out
"Brown’s was opened in 1837 by James Brown, butler to Romantic poet, hedonist and freedom-fighter Lord Byron." Full review
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