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King's Cross and Euston are mostly known about the King's Cross and St Pancrass station, however these areas are offering much more. You can pick between various restaurant from British to Indian cuisine, also there are plenty of bars and pubs, with outstanding music venues and museums nearby.
The King’s Cross St Pancras transport hub links six London Underground lines with two national mainline rail stations and international high speed rail. And with Euston Station just a five minute walk away, the UK’s major cities are within easy reach.
London’s five international airports are within an hour – with direct services to Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton. Add 14 bus lines and a planned 800 space bike interchange, and you have a location that’s unrivalled for connections – locally, nationally and internationally.
King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria. This makes it the biggest interchange on the London Underground, and one of the busiest.
Euston – 2 mins
Oxford Circus – 5 mins
Liverpool St – 8 mins
Bank – 9 mins
Victoria – 9 mins
Charing Cross – 12 mins
Paddington – 13 mins
Waterloo – 15 mins
Canary Wharf – 22 mins
Reaching London’s other principal mainline stations from King’s Cross is easy. Seven are reached directly by Underground and the remaining three require only one change.
There are two major rail termini here – King’s Cross and St Pancras. And with Euston Station just 500 metres away, the UK’s major cities are within easy reach.
Cambridge – 49 mins
Birmingham – 1 hr 22 mins
Nottingham – 1 hr 44 mins
Manchester – 2 hrs 7 mins
Sheffield – 2 hrs 9 mins
Leeds – 2 hrs 19 mins
Durham – 2 hrs 40 mins
Newcastle – 2 hrs 52 mins
Glasgow – 4 hrs 31 mins
Edinburgh – 4 hrs 23 mins
Reaching London’s other principal mainline stations is easy from King’s Cross. Seven are reached directly by underground and the remaining three require only one change.
Commuter belts in Kent are served by Britain’s only high speed route High Speed 1. This 230kph service from St Pancras has slashed travel times for commuters. Commuter areas such as Bedford, Luton and St Albans to the north and Seven Oaks, Croydon and Brighton to the south are served with direct services from National Rail.
Loved the Location, Euston and Kings Cross both minutes away.
Easy stroll to many attractions, Welcome Collection, British Museum, British Library and Cab stand available at Euston as well.
Plenty shops in the station for food and supplies as needed.
Kitchen is workable and house, linens and towels all clean and good to go.
Light noise from trains but nothing to keep you awake but if you are overly sensitive there are very very slight rumblings.
Gents I met/spoke with for check in and check out were helpful and reachable.
AS close as this is to my family in London Ill be back here each time as long as its available.
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Check-in from 1pm - 6pm
Check-out by 11am.