I booked this hotel, as I had an early morning hospital appointment. The staff at reception couldn't be more helpful. Telling us how to get to the hospital across the road using the subway and where we could get some food. The room was small but had everything needed for a comfortable stay. A TV, double bed and en suite, also a strong complimentary WiFi connection.
Traveller from Milton Keynes
Located in London's West End, this bed-and-breakfast is across from the Euston Square Underground Station and a 10-minute …More
We were a family of 5 traveling to the U.K. for the 5th time. We normally book an apartment, but could find one on a short notice. This hotel has been re-modeled except for some of the hallways. It is an older building with narrow hallways. A little noisy when it's busy, but quiet enough to sleep through the night. Several restaurants surround the hotel. They do offer a "family" room at a good price for 5 people to sleep in. Wonderful breakfast (extra charge), but well worth it. We chose this place because it was very convenient to take the Piccadilly Line to and from the LHR. We did an overnight trip to Brighton (via King's Cross) and a 1 day trip Cambridge (via St. Pancras) with ease.
Traveller from Honolulu, HI
Located in London City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of KoKo London, St George’s, Bloomsbury, and British Library …More
Pocket Guide: London Kings Cross St. Pancras Hotels
With the Eurostar and many metro and train lines at St Pancras and King's Cross stations, most people know the bustling area as a transportation hub. Thanks to a redevelopment, it is now much more. Restaurants, galleries, and a street market have opened near Regent's Canal. St Pancras also has Europe's longest oyster bar, and don't forget the Harry Potter Store at King's Cross Platform 9 3/4.