http://www.hotelnewsresource.com/article54718.html Renaissance Hotels celebrated the official grand opening of the much-anticipated St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London’s King Cross. The event marks the completion of an impressive £150 million restoration and the rebirth of the original hotel, one of London’s most iconic hotels and now. The newest gem in the Renaissance Hotels global portfolio of 150 hotels. Hailed as the most romantic building in London, the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London features beautifully restored architecture, art, design and décor by Manhattan Loft Corporation in conjunction with building contractors Galliford Try Plc, RHWL Architects, conservation architect Richard Griffths and interior designers GA Design International. The work on the hotel began in 2005 and its completion marks the final piece of the St. Pancras regeneration project, which has included the restoration of St. Pancras Station, now the home of Eurostar. With 245 rooms in its threshold, the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel comprises 38 gracious Victorian suites within its historic Chambers, in addition to the newly constructed Barlow House that hosts original artwork and contemporary design. Travelers far and wide will be entrenched in British history with every corner they turn, whether it be at The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant or the barber’s shop and luxury spa, which includes a swimming pool and six treatment rooms.