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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London vs Hazlitt's

Both St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London and Hazlitt's are endorsed by reviewers writing for major publications. On balance, St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London is the choice of most writers compared to Hazlitt's. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London comes in at #6 in London with positive reviews from 15 reviews like Oyster, Forbes Travel Guide and Gayot.

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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Hazlitt's
8 / 10
6 Frith Street, Soho Square, London W1D 3JA
From $130 /night
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Laundy Room
  • Multilingual
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Rough Guide
Star
"A hotel of real character and charm... romantic en-suite rooms, exquisitely and quirkily decorated with period furniture and old books."
Michelin Guide
"Idiosyncratic bedrooms, many with antique furniture and Victorian baths."
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Fodor's
"This disarmingly friendly place, full of personality, robust antiques, and claw-foot tubs, occupies three connected early-18th-century houses." Full review
Insight Guides
"Named after the great English literary critic, Hazlitt’s occupies one of London’s oldest houses (built in 1718), in the heart of Soho. 23 rooms, all furnished with antiques."
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"The 30 guestrooms have been furnished with original antiques from the Georgian era and boast a wealth of seductive details." Full review
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