Housed in much of the former Midland Grand Hotel, which was designed by George Gilbert Scott and opened back in 1873, this venue is the true embodiment of Victorian style and elegance. Recently renovated it occupies the frontispiece of St Pancras railway station and is in a perfect location for both visiting the capital city of England or staying overnight and catching a train to the rest of the country or the Eurostar. The venue is perfectly served by 6 Tube lines and offers easy access to all parts of the city. Its guests can notice that many unique features of the original hotel still remain, including the Gothic Revival metalwork and gold leaf ceilings. If they want to taste the very best of the regional British cuisine they should head to the onsite Gilbert Scott Brasserie and Bar, where the celebrated chef Marcus Wareing works his magic.