The St Pancras railway station is mostly known to be the train hub into continental Europe. Indeed since 2007 St Pancras International is home to the Eurostar with many daily trains to Paris, Brussels and Lille amongst other. The station is also home to the Renaissance Hotel London, which recently reopened after many years of renovations. Both the hotel and the train terminal are set in a Grade I listed building blessed with a beautiful Victorian architecture. The St Pancras area is one of the busiest in central London, with the Euston Road passing through it and with the British Library, King’s Cross station and the Regent’s Canal nearby.