The luxury five-star St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London has announced the launch of its new Eurostar VIP transfer service.
As the only hotel in the UK Capital with authorised security clearance, it is a major coup for the property to be able to provide guests with such an exceptional level of service, whilst also showcasing the strength of the enduring relationship between the hotel and Eurostar, the high-speed railway service linking the British Isles to continental Europe.
Dedicated Butlers & Concierge will ensure a smooth and seamless journey from the moment guests check out of their room or suite right up until they are seated in their Eurostar carriage. This allows the hotel’s clients to remain in their suite or relax in The Chambers Club until 30 minutes before their train is due to depart. With luggage packed onto a porter’s trolley, they will then be escorted to the terminal and fast tracked through security before being personally delivered onto the train. The same can be done in reverse for those arriving into London.
The complimentary service is the latest in a host of benefits available to visitors staying in The Chambers, the 38 rooms and suites and private club housed in the original Victorian part of the hotel. With its breath-taking staircase, archways and ceiling, the Club is the most exclusive part of the building and offers an uncompromised sense of occasion and grandeur. Chambers guests currently enjoy complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and early evening canapés in the Club’s sophisticated surroundings and can help themselves to a selection of alcoholic and soft drinks throughout their stay.
Other benefits include a complimentary wet shave in Melogy men’s grooming salon, priority table reservations at Marcus Wareing’s The Gilbert Scott restaurant and access to personalised Butler service.
The launch further cements the continued relationship between the hotel and Eurostar. Both located in St Pancras International Station, the natural synergy between the brands has led to a number of partnership opportunities since the hotel’s launch in May 2011. The glamour and romance of Victorian train travel may be a thing of the past, but with the speed and efficiency this new service provides, travelling to and from continental Europe has never been more inviting.
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