Originally designed by George Gilbert Scott in 1873 and painstakingly refurbished by Renaissance Hotels in 2011, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is magnificent both inside and out; a Victorian architectural masterpiece that stands majestically in front of St Pancras station as one of the most luxurious hotels and iconic wedding venues in London.
Combining all the passion of the golden age of steam with modern-day luxe, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is resplendent both inside and out. Laced with charm and sophistication, its decadent, intricately designed interiors capture the hearts and imagination of everyone that pass through its doors and the commitment and energy of its staff ensure every event that takes place there, is an event to remember. A wedding at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is a very special day indeed.
A Room for Everyone
Whether you are seeking an intimate wedding of 30 guests or a larger affair for up to 240, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel can perfectly cater for your needs. The following are just some of the rooms licensed for civil ceremonies:
Hansom Hall – Flanked by the windows and walls of the original station, the impressive Hansom Hall combines Victorian splendour with modern style. Its high roof creates a fabulous London setting that is as dramatic by day as it is by night. Its private terrace which has a capacity of 240 guests make it the perfect finale for an unforgettable wedding day.
The Gallery and Ladies Smoking Room – With its magnificent 18-ft high ceiling and adjacent Ladies Smoking Room, The Gallery is perfect for wedding receptions of up to 120 guests, and its sweep provides a natural aisle for wedding ceremonies. The Ladies Smoking Room, complete with private terrace, is wonderfully romantic and can also be used for pre and post function events.
The Quarters – Intimate and memorable The Quarters is one of several smaller spaces that can be styled to your perfect wedding whims and cater for receptions of up to 30 guests.
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