International location & fantastic transport hub for London
If you had to pin-point the best connected London area then that place would be Kings Cross. With fantastic transport links, King’s Cross & St Pancras Station offers the largest interchange on the London Underground network. It connects six tube lines: the Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria.
St Pancras International Station offers direct journeys to Paris and Brussels. Amsterdam, Cologne and other European destinations can also be accessed by one simple connection.
With a fantastic array of domestic links to the north & south of England, Kings Cross and St Pancras stations create accessible routes to Luton and Gatwick airports, Brighton, Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Euston Station can also be found at a very short distance from us.
This area is also served by 12 bus routes and two major taxi-cab ranks.
Did you know that Regents Canal runs through Kings Cross?
Yes, it is true. Regent’s Canal tranquil waters provide a picturesque setting in the heart of a busy and energetic Kings Cross. In fact the Canal runs right outside Kings Place, creating a little oasis right on our doorstep.
The entire Canal provides a link from the Paddington arm of the Grand Union Canal, just north-west of Paddington Basin in the west, to the Limehouse Basin and the River Thames in east London. It is possible to book Canal trips with drinks and snacks departing or arriving at Kings Place.
Hotels in the immediate vicinity
Kings Cross area offers a varied range of accommodation to suit every budget. Starting with the stunning Renaissance St Pancras Hotel, where guests can enjoy this Victorian masterpiece restored to offer luxury and comfort, to the boutique Megaro Hotel, Novotel Euston and Premier Inn.
Do let us know if you need any accommodation recommendations in Kings Cross.