St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

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Anyone in King’s Cross will find it hard to miss this vast Victorian hotel – attached, as it is, to St Pancras station. It reopened in 2011 following a multimillion-pound restoration programme, bringing new life to the gothic-revival architecture of an undeniably impressive building. The largest of its event spaces, Hansom Hall, forms a dramatic setting for conferences and other business events. The Ladies’ Smoking Room (previously used for its named purpose) makes a good spot for something slightly more leisurely, while the Booking Office Bar & Restaurant (which can be hired exclusively) is certainly worth a look if a special private dinner is on the cards.

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Capacities

Function Room Meeting Dinner Reception
Hansom Hall 325 280 575
Gallery 170 120 200
Ladies' Smoking Room 110 70 180
Exchange 55 30 65
Quarters 48 30 60
Cashier 28 10 35
Billiard Room 10 10 35
Station Master's Office 16 10 30
Paxton 12 12 -
Ordish 12 12 -

Capacities

Function Room Meeting Dinner Reception
Hansom Hall 325 280 575
Gallery 170 120 200
Ladies' Smoking Room 110 70 180
Exchange 55 30 65
Quarters 48 30 60
Cashier 28 10 35
Billiard Room 10 10 35
Station Master's Office 16 10 30
Paxton 12 12 -
Ordish 12 12 -

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