Monday, March 14, 2011

Marriott Leaves Renaissance Chancery Court

(above image credit: marriott)
The Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel.
The Renaissance London Chancery Court will no longer be managed by Marriott. Effective June 11, 2011. The hotel which Marriott managed since it opened in 2000 will be managed by Preferred Hotels & Resorts and be simply called the Chancery Court Hotel. My stay in September 2010 at this property was among the best ever among hotels I've patronized over the years. Click here for the first in a series of posts about my stay at the Chancery Court. I was hoping to save Marriott reward points for a return visit. But it appears now those points will be spent elsewhere. Marriott reports that the parting was mutual with the hotel owners.

A second Renaissance recently opened in England's capital. The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel is a little farther away from the West End than the Chancery Court. But no matter. The King Cross St Pancras station has access to six underground lines and the Eurostar trains. The hotel's striking Gothic architecture has been restored to become one of the landmark masterpieces in central London. The St. Pancras, like the Chancery Court, is listed under the Marriott Rewards level of "7" which makes the five-star property one category shy of Marriott's top tier locations.

St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel (image credit: marriott)


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