With the cinemas awash with costume dramas and the third series
of Downton heading our way, our appetite for history and
nostalgic glamour shows no sign of abating.
Go one step further with the new 'Victorian Voyage' at the St.
Pancras Renaissance London Hotel. Enter Sir George Gilbert Scott's
spectacularly fiddly façade and wriggle back to days gone by with a
British Victorian Classics 8 course tasting menu at The Gilbert
Scott restaurant. Of course, the big difference is that there's no
upstairs downstairs. Rather than slaving behind the green baize
door, guests at the Kitchen Table can ogle as Marcus Wareing's team
fastidiously prepare ingredients including Dorset crab, Kentish
cobnuts and roasted peaches whilst the sommelier pairs the meal
with English sparkling wine.
After dinner it's about a nightcap at the hotel's Chambers Club
before climbing the grand staircase to a historic Chambers Suite.
For those hungry for more stories from the past, find the hotel's
in-house historian Royden Stock for tales including Sir George
Gilbert Scott's original vision to John Betjeman's mission to save
the building from demolition.
The newly launched 'Victorian Voyage' offers ten people an
evening at The Gilbert Scott's Kitchen Table and five Chambers
suites for the night. For more information go to
St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel offered all Vanity
Fair A-List members the chance to win a 'Victorian Voyage with
Marcus Wareing' including a three-course dinner for two with wine
in The Gilbert Scott restaurant, an overnight stay for two in a
historic Chambers Suite at the St. Pancras Renaissance London
Hotel, access to the exclusive Chambers Club, St. Pancras Spa, VIP
Eurostar Transfer, 24-hour butler service, complimentary
refreshments, drinks and breakfast (total worth approximately
£900). Don't miss out on future offers, sign up to the