The Grand Terrace is a showcase for the restored Victorian architecture that makes St Pancras International so unique. It is home to award-winning restaurants and a fine selection of shops, cafés and bars, not least the famous Champagne Bar. The Grand Terrace also provides the most stunning of backdrops for the station’s many diverse and exciting events. It’s also a stylish place to pamper and unwind, St Pancras International-style.

Shop

St Pancras International’s award-winning retail offering continues upstairs. Here you can pick up deli produce from Carluccio’s; fine British products from Wine Pantry including teas, beers, ciders, gins, whiskies and, of course, English wine; or simply essentials for your journey. Exciting new brand names will also be coming soon, making ‘under the Barlow Shed’ a truly special place to shop.

Eat and drink

A unique space to eat and drink, directly under St Pancras International’s spectacular roof. The Grand Terrace offers plenty of choice, whether to grab a quick bite or take a more leisurely approach. Venues like St Pancras Grand, The Booking Office Bar and Carluccio’s are proving to be amongst London’s hottest meeting places for breakfast. The Grand Terrace is also home to the renowned Champagne Bar, Europe’s longest. Consider booking its private tasting booth or, for a special dining experience, private dining or the Kitchen Table at Marcus Wareing’s The Gilbert Scott. The private dining experience at The Betjeman Arms is another gastronomic highlight at The Grand Terrace.

Stay

Sir John Betjeman called this Gothic treasure “too beautiful and too romantic to survive” in a world of tower blocks and concrete. Its survival against the odds will cause wonder; the building itself will take your breath away.

After years of devoted restoration, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is being hailed as London’s most romantic building. Its glorious Gothic Revival metalwork, gold leaf ceilings, hand-stencilled wall designs and a jaw-dropping grand staircase are as dazzling as the day Queen Victoria opened the hotel in 1873.

Relax

The Grand Terrace is also the gateway to the St Pancras Spa at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Through great brick archways and into the former Steam Kitchen, the Victorian tiled pool with spa and hydro loungers creates an oasis, which continues through the six luxurious treatment rooms, sauna, steam rooms and relaxation lounge.

See and Hear

St Pancras International offers both the atmosphere and acoustics to inspire. An exciting and in-demand cultural venue, The Grand Terrace gives the station another level on which to host its varied events and product launches.