The station, operated by HS1 and the terminus for rail providers to Europe, now attracts some 50 million guests a 12 months. Over the previous ten years, it has turn out to be a vacation spot in its proper personal for consumers with a combination of premium and craft manufacturers, Europe’s longest champagne bar courtesy of Searcys and cultural additions comparable to a free-to-play jukebox, pianos and artwork installations. Customers’ demand for the printed phrase has prompted Watersons-owned Hatchards to increase its store by a 3rd and embody six extra booksellers.   

Renowned for its Christmas shows, this 12 months’s 36-foot stylish concourse dazzler evokes Paris’ Eiffel Tower.

Embellished with 1,500 bottles of Lancôme’s signature perfume La Vie Est Belle, the creation with a pop-up store encompasses a 1,300 LED flashing gentle show reminiscent of the tower’s well-known illuminated present. 

Searcys has created an unique cocktail menu for patrons with a brilliant particular homage to the fragrance – champagne laced with notes of orange blossom and pear, whereas artist Tracey Emin’s 20-yard lengthy sweet pink art work “I need my time with you”, the optimistic welcome that arriving passengers first see suspended above the Grand Terrace, completely enhances the rosy theme too. 

HS1’s business director Wendy Spinks mentioned: “This distinctive masterpiece with Lancôme is an ode to St Pancras’s hyperlinks with Paris.”

The perfumes can be donated to most cancers help charity Look Good Feel Better in 2020.


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