LONDON -- (Marketwired) -- 04/24/13 -- One of the most distinctive boutique hotels in London has joined forces with Eurostar, and launched a VIP transfer service so guests can be assured a smooth transition between the terminal and luxury hotel rooms.
As the only hotel in London with authorized Eurostar security clearance, this unique partnership between the St. Pancras Renaissance London and the high-speed railway enables the hotel to provide travellers with an exceptional level of service. Offered as one of many benefits available to guests staying in The Chambers, the partnership also showcases the strength of the enduring relationship between the St. Pancras and Eurostar, both of which are situated inside the St. Pancras International Station.
"We are delighted to be working with Eurostar and are proud to be the only hotel in London able to offer guests this exclusive service," said Kevin Kelly, general manager of the St. Pancras. "The Kings Cross area is unrivalled for transport connections -- locally, nationally and internationally and this VIP transfer ensures an exceptional level of service for those travelling to and from Continental Europe."
The Chambers of this iconic London hotel offers 38 guest rooms, impeccable suites and a private club, all housed in the original Victorian section of the property. Featuring a breathtaking staircase, archways and ceiling, The Chambers Club is the most exclusive part of the building, providing an uncompromised sense of occasion and grandeur. In addition to this exclusive new service, guests of The Chambers are pampered with complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, early evening canapés and a selection of alcoholic beverages and soft drinks throughout their stay.
Offering speed and efficiency, VIP transfer service makes Continental Europe travel by train even more appealing. Engaging the attentive talents of dedicated butlers and concierge to ensure a smooth and seamless journey from the moment guests check out of their accommodations until they are seated in their Eurostar carriage, the service will allow travellers to remain in their suite or relax in The Chambers Club until 30 minutes before their train is scheduled to depart. Guests are then escorted to the terminal and fast tracked through security and onto the train. The service is reversed for those arriving in London.
"Following Eurostar's move to St. Pancras International, the opening of the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel's doors represented the final piece in the regeneration jigsaw and a return to the station's Golden Age," said Nick Mercer, Eurostar commercial director. "Working together we are able to offer our guests and travellers the very best travel experience and the perfect start to their journeys. All of the great railway stations throughout history have involved the marriage of luxury train travel and luxury hotel accommodation and our new partnership represents a continuation of this great tradition."
About the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
An exciting London destination, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel welcomes guests with opulent 19th century decor and stunning modern day accommodations. From the moment guests step through the hotel's majestic facade they are surrounded by the splendour of London's romantic era and pampered with modern conveniences and state-of-the-art technology. A premier choice for elegant social receptions and inspired business gatherings, the hotel features more than 12,000 square feet of impeccable event space, a staff of dedicated event mangers, culinary professionals and skilled technicians to ensure truly remarkable occasions.
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St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
Euston Road, London, England NW1 2QR United Kingdom
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