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Steadily emerging from its post-industrial past, King's Cross and the newly formed St Pancras are now home to a selection of restaurants, shopping centres, cafes and hotels. There are a range of good accommodation in St Pancras and King’s Cross neighbourhood which are attaining a popular pursuit steadily. The hotels in Kings Cross and nearby areas are a popular choice with tourists planning to spend few days in London. Adorned with prominent street art and with fresh energy, the neighbourhood is very popular with youngsters looking for chic drinking and eating options. With the influx of tourists visiting the neighbourhood a range of luxury to budget hotels have come up to cater every taste and budget. Some of the best stay options available in the neighbourhood includes Crowne Plaza London, Goodenough Club, Pullman London and Megaro hotel, among others.


St Pancras and King's Cross is a central London railway hub, situated on the northern edge of the city. The neighbourhood and the nearby areas has seen remarkable developments in the last few years and radical evolution after Eurostar services started to run from here. Now, the area if packed with new office buildings, leisure facilities, colleges, schools, restaurants and shopping centre, attracting more and more visitors who come to enjoy the lively ambiance and hangout after work.

As the terminus is now frequented by both local as well as international tourists, a range of world-class accommodation in St Pancras and King's Cross are available to cater every taste. Choose from luxury hotels to budget self-catering apartments in St Pancras and King's Cross that are all available within walking distance. From St Pancras, catching the Eurostar can take you straight to the at The City of Light, Paris in nearly two hours' time.

Where to stay

Arriving to London by train? Most likely, you'll be passing through St. Pancras or King's Cross station. The neighbourhood and the nearby area is frequented by local as well as international visitors as Kings Cross is the central terminus. To cater such crowd, there are a myriad of accommodation in St Pancras and King's Cross neighbourhood whether you want a luxury abode or a standard budget friendly holiday home. With the availability of all types of accommodation choices, you can easily plan for a cheap hotel in to Kings Cross and nearby area that will fit in your budget. You can also choose from plenty of bread & breakfast hotels, which offers best value for money. Some economically priced hotels in the neighbourhood includes Travelodge Kings Cross Royal Scot, Comfort Inn, Goodwood Hotel and Swinton hotel.

Things to do

Many theatre spaces and entertainment venues surround this inner London neighbourhood King’s Cross, which is a bustling train station. From St Pancras old church to Joseph Grimaldi park and British Library, with depositary holding 150 million books are some of the major attraction that you must visit when in King’s Cross station for an hour or two. Within 10-minute walk from the station is the immediate area Brunswick Centre, which houses Skoob Books, which is a treasure trove of secondhand books and also sells classic book cover. If you enjoy watching gigs, head to the entertainment Venue-Scala, where you can catch mainstream pop and rock acts. Apart from that you can see many artist-friendly live-work spaces around the neighbourhood.


Life has revived in the neighbourhood as more and more shops, clubs and bars have come here, causing quite a stir. Feel the vibes and fresh energy spending time in this area, now filled with a variety of cocktail bars, chic pubs and nightclubs, offering a lively space for visitors to chat, drink and make new friends!

The Star of the Kings, Keystone Crescent, The Driver, and Simmons King’s Cross, which are some of the best venues to enjoy intimate nightlife in King’s Cross. The with an impressive cocktail list, rooftop terrace, great food and music, your night out in the neighbourhood is going to be absolutely fun.


The King’s Cross area is thriving with a range of eating and drinking options and is one the London’s foodie hotspots. Visitors can now enjoy a selection of restaurants to relish some really delicious cuisines, cocktail, wine, spirits, craft booze and beyond in a lively setting. Savour finest Spanish cuisine at Camino restaurant, which serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes or eat Asian-influenced dishes at Caravan, which is symbolic of the new Kings Cross- trendy and buzzing.

Other restaurants to try some mouth-watering food includes Honest Burger, Megaro Eatery and The Gilbert Scott, to name a few. For drinks, head to the kind of traditional pub- The King Charles I, where you can enjoy local brews and beers along with the music played by the band. Other drinking out options nearby includes The Queen’s Head and Simmon’s.


Visitors will find a range of stores and markets near St Pancras and King's Cross, station that are worth visiting. The bustling area is home to Brunswick Centre, which is only a short walk from the station. You can pamper yourself with a luxurious retail therapy in this area and shop some exclusive buys from the stores like Boots, 3 store, Skoob Books, River Island, and Waitrose, among others. If you plan to visit King's Cross on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can shop at the Canopy Market, which is one-stop shop artisan produce. Overall, St Pancras and King's Cross area gives a great shopping opportunities to take home some amazing products.

Fast Facts:

  • Nearest airports: Gatwick Airport
  • Transfer time: 45 minutes by tube and train
  • Language: English
  • Currency: Pound sterling



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10/10 Amazing

27 May 2013

Easy access to central london

Lively area, few tube stops away from central london. Plenty of bars and restaurants.

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Closs to central london

6/10 Good

10 July 2012


easy to get to.

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6/10 Good

04 April 2011


Easy for transport and shops

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Same as above