We had a comfortable night's stay at Jesmond Dene's apartment close to St Pancras International which was perfect for catching our Eurostar train the following morning. The staff are very friendly and accommodating at Jesmond Dene. Our apartment was great. Breakfast was also provided. We would be more than happy to stay again!
Traveller from Sydney
Located in Kings Cross St. Pancras, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of British Library and University of London …More
"Great location, nice and clean once you go inside"
The location is very good. The hotel is very close to Euston Station (a two-minute walk to the entrance). There are quite many Indian restaurants in the area. Despite its proximity to the station, the area is not especially loud. However, those with shallow sleep should be aware that the railway maintenance crew might continue to make noise at night on rare occasions. I had trouble falling asleep one night during my five-day stay.
The hotel staff were generally friendly. Staff at the hotel reception were all well-trained. Friendly, polite, and helpful. Staff at the restaurant downstairs weren't in general. I had to wait at the entrance for quite some time. Then an employee talked to me, mumbling something. He didn't seem happy that he had to let me sit and eat at a restaurant. He was walking like one of those walkers in The Walking Dead. Other employees seemed better, but not by much. The food wasn't great, so I never went back.
The hotel was surprisingly clean and new. I was a bit worried when I saw the facade of the hotel, but everything inside the building was updated and clean. The room is small but clean. I don't think anybody should expect a spacious room in this price range in London. We get what we pay for. Overall a good hotel.
Located in Kings Cross St. Pancras, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of University of London and British Library. London …More
The hotel is only a minute to the underground and train station as well as the McDonald opened till late night or 24-hour that I could not exactly remember. The location is excellent. What not so good is some rooms are at basement and can only be accessed by staircases that it was a bit inconvenient if you have big or many luggages. They also charge you 5 pounds per luggage if you need to put at the hotel and wait for the night train or other reason. Yet it was already cheaper than leaving in the train station where you may need to queue for a long time. However, the security might not be so good because you drop it and take it by yourself in a room (though locked) without any tag or what other thing to identify your own luggages.
Traveller from C
Located in Kings Cross St. Pancras, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of British Library, King's College London, and St …More
Had a great stay here for three nights. Room was small in size but very clean and had a good bed and a nice ensuite. It only took 5 minutes to walk to Kings Cross, which was an excellent station to be close to because it was connected to so many metro lines. No breakfast but the restaurant next door offered a 20% discount so a breakfast for two only cost about 10-15 pounds. Had to pay extra for wifi and the cleaning service but they both turned out to be very handy and we'll done (good connection).
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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.