from £130
per person

St Pancras Spa

8.8 Very Good 24 customer reviews

Spa and hotel facilities

What makes this an Elysium Collection spa?

Most Loved By

Couples sneaking off for a seductive afternoon or mini break, mums and daughters who fancy a spa day with afternoon tea, and friends looking for a mid week twilight spa evening.

Wow Factor

It’s small but perfectly formed in this space that’s defined by incredible architecture. The pool is surrounded by arches and seductive lighting, the heated beds make every treatment uniquely indulgent.

Best Known For

Its historic location in the refurbished St Pancras station, complete with plenty of historic details and ideal for getting in the mood to hop on the train to Paris.

Exceptional Spa Feature

Spa treatments are designed like a journey - there’s an old world travel theme to the whole experience that takes you to far off lands of scent and sensuality.

Spa & Leisure

Key Features

  • A subterranean spa with a Moroccan ambience
  • Travel-inspired treatments that take you on a sensory journey

A subterranean haven in the decadent surrounds of the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, the seductive tranquility of the St Pancras Spa is unmistakable in its appeal. Transporting you to another world – one of mood lighting, aromatic scents and a Moroccan ambience. There is a gym, saunas, and a steam room. The cavernous vault that was once the kitchens now houses a sapphire blue relaxation pool that’s as inviting as it could possibly get.

When it comes to having a treatment, the experience is equally opulent. Heated treatment beds are complete with duvets and the treatments menu has been written as the diary of a Victorian lady recounting her body-boosting global exploits in all their spice-infused glory.

Hotel & Accommodation

Key Features

  • Central London location tantalisingly close to a Parisian escape
  • Historic architecture
  • Home to the famous Gilbert Scott restaurant
  • Easy access to London’s top attractions

All gothic arches and distinctive two-tone brick work, Sir George Gilbert Scott’s architectural masterpiece has been opulently renovated to tread that all too tricky balance between contemporary design and staying true to a building’s historic significance. Rooms utilise stylish furnishings and colours against original fireplaces, high ceilings and lancet arches.

Overlooking the train station, the Booking Office bar serves light bites (think truffle-fried chips, cheese on toast, mini smoked salmon bagels) and Victorian punches. For more substantial meals, the Gilbert Scott restaurant under the direction of esteemed chef Marcus Wareing offers an array of quintessentially British classics. The Hansom bar and cafe serves cocktails and afternoon tea.


St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel Euston Road, London, England, NW1 2AR

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