The Sir John Betjeman Suite

Named after the man who saved St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London, The Sir John Betjeman Suite is steeped with historical significance. Spaciously laid out over (48 sqm / 518 sqft) it’s a generously proportioned suite with a stake in history.

Floor-to-ceiling windows on both sides include an elegant oriel window. Natural daylight floods the suite, shedding light upon the original cornicing and other Victorian period finishes, such as the stand-alone bath.

Modernity meets tradition at The Sir John Betjeman Suite. Sir John Betjeman, co-founder of The Victorian Society, has a statue devoted to him on St Pancras station, outside the hotel.