St Pancras International Station
© Ming Tang Evans
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Oct 30 2012
William Barlow's gorgeous Victorian glass and iron train shed welcomes high-speed Eurostar trains from Brussels and Paris (several domestic services also run from St Pancras International). The redeveloped station has become somewhere to linger, but for all the public art, 'the longest champagne bar in Europe', the high-end boutiques, the gastropubs, the restaurants and the farmers' market, St Pancras is really worth a diversion because of the beauty of the original structure. Sir George Gilbert Scott's magnificent, Grade I-listed, neo-Gothic hotel building at the front of the station is once again a grand hotel, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.