St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel

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hotel in London

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Geographical coordinates: 51.53 -0.125278


English St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel

The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel is a hotel in London, England, forming the frontispiece of St Pancras railway station. It opened in 2011, and occupies much of the former Midland Grand Hotel designed by George Gilbert Scott which opened in 1873 and closed in 1935. The building as a whole including the apartments is known as St Pancras Chambers and between 1935 and the 1980s was used as railway offices. Its clock tower stands at 82m tall, with more than half its height usable.The upper levels of the original building were redeveloped between 2005 and 2011 as apartments by the Manhattan Loft Corporation.

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Russian St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel

St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel — гостиница в Лондоне, Англия, образующая фасад вокзала Сент-Панкрас. Она была открыта в 2011 году и занимает большую часть бывшего Мидленд Гранд Отеля, спроектированного Джорджем Гилбертом Скоттом, который был открыт в 1873 году и закрыт в 1935 году. Здание в целом, включая апартаменты, было известно как St Pancras Chambers, а в период с 1935 по 1980-е годы использовалось как железнодорожные офисы. Его башня с часами высотой 82 м используется более чем на половину её высоты.

Верхние уровни первоначального здания были перестроены в период с 2005 по 2011 год как апартаменты Манхэттенской лофт-корпорации.

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Spanish St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel

El St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel es un hotel situado en Londres, Reino Unido, que forma la fachada principal de la estación de Saint Pancras. Fue inaugurado en 2011 y ocupa una gran parte del antiguo Midland Grand Hotel diseñado por George Gilbert Scott, que abrió sus puertas en 1873 y cerró en 1935. El edificio en su conjunto es conocido como St. Pancras Chambers y entre 1935 y los años ochenta se usó como oficinas del ferrocarril.[2]​ Su torre del reloj tiene una altura de 82 metros, y más de la mitad de su altura es utilizable.[3]​ Entre 2005 y 2011, la Manhattan Loft Corporation transformó las plantas más altas del edificio original en apartamentos.[4]​

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zh 伦敦圣潘克拉斯万丽酒店

伦敦圣潘克拉斯万丽酒店(St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel)是英格兰伦敦的一个酒店,构成圣潘克拉斯车站的正立面。它于2011年开业,前身是由乔治·吉尔伯特·斯科特设计的米德兰大酒店(Midland Grand Hotel),在1873年开业,1935年关闭。 其钟楼高达82米,超过一半高度可以使用。


2004年,旧米德兰大酒店的房间得以恢复,并在西侧修建了新的房间。 重建的酒店包括244间卧室、2个餐厅, 2个酒吧,一个健康休闲中心, 一个舞厅,以及20个会议与功能室。重建的建筑师是凯达环球。同时,建筑的上层被改建为68套公寓。2011年3月14日圣潘克拉斯万丽酒店开业,5月5日正式开幕 – 距1873年首次开业恰好138年。

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English St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel (Midland Hotel)

This is the rebirth of the former Midland Hotel, inside the palatial listed Neo-Gothic building above St Pancras Station. Definitely outside the budget of many travellers, but for architectural aficionados this is one hotel that should be stayed in at least once in a lifetime.

Address Euston Road, NW1 2AR
Last Edit2017-10-27

Italian St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel (Midland Hotel)

Situato all'interno di un edificio neo-gotico sopra la stazione di St. Pancras. Decisamente fuori dalla portata di molti viaggiatori ma per gli affezionati di architettura questo è un albergo nel quale stare almeno una notte nella vita.

Address Euston Road, London, England, NW1 2AR, United Kingdom

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St Pancras railway station

St Pancras railway station (), also known as London St Pancras and officially since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden. It is the terminus for Eurostar continental services from London via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel to Belgium, France and the Netherlands. It provides East Midlands Railway services to Corby, Sheffield and Nottingham on the Midland Main Line, Southeastern high-speed trains to Kent via Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International, and Thameslink cross-London services to Bedford, Peterborough, Brighton and Gatwick Airport. It stands between the British Library, the Regent's Canal and King's Cross railway station, with which it shares a London Underground station, King's Cross St. Pancras.

The station was constructed by the Midland Railway (MR), which had an extensive network across the Midlands and the North of England, but no dedicated line into London. After rail traffic problems following the 1862 International Exhibition, the MR decided to build a connection from Bedford to London with their own terminus. The station was designed by William Henry Barlow and constructed with a single-span iron roof. Following the station's opening on 1 October 1868, the MR constructed the Midland Grand Hotel on the station's façade, which has been widely praised for its architecture and is now a Grade I listed building along with the rest of the station.

By the 1960s, St Pancras was surplus to requirements and services were diverted to King's Cross and Euston but there was fierce opposition to its proposed closure and demolition of the station and hotel. The station was reinvented in the late 20th century as the terminal for the Channel Tunnel Rail Link in an urban regeneration plan across East London. The complex underwent an £800 million refurbishment which was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in November 2007. A security-sealed terminal area was constructed for Eurostar services to continental Europe via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel, with platforms for domestic trains to the north and south-east of England. The restored station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre, and a coach facility. St Pancras is owned by London and Continental Railways (LCR) and managed by Network Rail (High Speed), a subsidiary of Network Rail.

The Meeting Place

The Meeting Place is a 9-metre-high (30 ft), 20-tonne (20-long-ton) bronze sculpture that stands at the south end of the upper level of St Pancras railway station. Designed by the British artist Paul Day and unveiled in 2007, it is intended to evoke the romance of travel through the depiction of a couple locked in an amorous embrace.The statue, which stands in the Eurostar terminal, is reported to have cost £1 million and was installed as the centrepiece of the refurbished station. The work, commissioned by London and Continental Railways, is modelled on the sculptor and his wife.

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