dealchecker's guide to Kings Cross St. Pancras

  • Book weekend stays well in advance for the best hotel deals
  • Search hotels a few streets away from the rail station to achieve cheaper offers

The Kings Cross St. Pancras area of London is close to the British Library with its treasure trove of books and rare manuscripts, as well as the fascinating Wellcome Collection. It's home to the Eurostar train, so you can speed to Paris and be sipping cafe au lait on the Champs Elysees in under two and a half hours. The station itself has a large collection of shops, a Champagne bar, and – for Harry Potter fans – platform nine and three quarters. In the surrounding area, take a picnic in picturesque Regents Park, visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds, or head into London's West End to take in a show.


Where to Stay in Kings Cross St. Pancras

Kings Cross St. Pancras hotels cater to every taste and budget. Choose from five-star luxury in stunning hotels with Gothic Revival architecture, budget chain hotels, or a cosy guest house close to the station. With comfortable rooms and easy access to London landmarks, the area is superb base for visitors who wish to explore the city and beyond.

The choice of hotels in London is vast, and choosing the right area to suit your needs is paramount. You may decide to stay around vibrant Camden High Street – it's a lively area for couples and friends, with funky shops, markets and a canal with riverside dining.

There are cheap hotels around the streets from Euston station leading to Kings Cross St. Pancras. Extend your search to Russell Square to achieve great offers and maintain easy access to London attractions.


How to get a Great Deal on Kings Cross St. Pancras Hotels

London is busy all year round. To achieve summer hotel deals, book early or incorporate a Sunday stay into your itinerary. Summer holidays, bank holidays and school holidays see a marked increase in room rates – take a look at guest houses close to the station or chain hotel early bird offers to keep costs down.

Staying in Kings Cross St. Pancras is great in wintertime. With Christmas markets, ice skating rinks, snow-sprinkled Royal Parks and museums to explore, England's capital is lively and eclectic. Hotel room rates are cheaper and you could snag a four or five-star room for a fraction of summer prices.

Spring and autumn visits are popular too, and it's possible to enjoy superb deals for longer stays in London if you book well in advance. Search for 2018 hotel offers around Kings Cross St. Pancras on dealchecker.