St Pancras Chambers Bloomsbury
The poet John Betjeman wrote of St Pancras station that it was ‘too beautiful and too romantic to survive’. Yet now his statue stands on the concourse, gazing in wonder at the swathes of steel and glass that soar above.
Transformed into a luxury hotel and a host of apartments, a stay in St Pancras Chambers lets you sleep amidst history. There’s the solid bulk of the Grade 1 listed architecture, but movement, too. Think of the swoop of the gothic frontage, and the unremitting fin de siècle urge to leap aboard a train, leaving all cares far behind.Read the full story »