Book the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London in London & read reviews. Best Price Guarantee. This luxury hotel is located in the heart of London, walking distance from British Library and King's Cross. Also nearby are Russell Square and Trafalgar Square.
The current building, which backs on to the shore of the Thames, dates from 1720 - built on the site of a previous pub, which burned down in 1710. In 1865, Charles Dickens is thought to have written about The Grapes - or The Bunch of Grapes, as it was then known.
Set in the back streets of Greenwich, a real gem. smart, spacious place that's modern and has a relaxed vibe. The bar offers a unique range of superb beer from the nearby Meantime brewery and a large garden.
One of London's best loved pubs, retaining a wealth of original Victorian fittings, particularly the 'snob-screens' around the bar. The pub (and the street) are named after William Lamb who is remembered for bringing... more