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Kings Cross

From £120 per night
0.1 miles

A one bedroom and two bedroom duplex apartments with wonderfully lofty ceilings and a high level of luxury, King’s Cross Deluxe Serviced Apartments places business travellers right in the heart of an area of London with excellent connections to the rest of the UK and to the continent. These apartments enjoy excellent natural light and come with all the amenities to ensure a relaxing stay. The fully equipped kitchen is perfect for self-catering, there is a bathroom with tub and shower fitting, and good quality Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Kings Cross

From £120 per night
0.3 miles

A high-quality one bedroom apartment in the heart of London’s King’s Cross area, just a few minutes from the train station entrance, King’s Cross Executive Serviced Apartment is ideal for one or two business travellers. There is a supermarket across the way and the area is filled with excellent bars and great places to eat. With full cooking facilities and everything for a comfortable stay, plus a large outdoor terrace with table and chairs, this makes a great accommodation choice.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Kings Cross

From £120 per night
0.4 miles

Close to Regent’s Canal, an open and attractive area in the King’s Cross part of London, King’s Cross House Serviced Apartments balance access to Central London against connectivity with much of the rest of the country, via one of the major train routes north out of the city at King’s Cross, and access to the continent via the Eurostar at St Pancras International. One and two bedroom apartments are available in this vibrant area, and there are a number of shops and food places just around the corner.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Kings Cross

From £120 per night
0.4 miles

King’s Cross Superior Serviced Apartment is excellently located to make the most of nearby transport links and enjoy some of the great attractions London has to offer, including the Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station. Up to two guests can stay and enjoy luxury facilities including leather-style sofas, a fully equipped kitchen and, for maximum convenience, in-apartment laundry. The bedroom includes a double bed and has plenty of storage space, including a large wardrobe.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Kings Cross

From £157 per night
0.6 miles

Situated on Pentonville Road and convenient for the international train station, Saint Pancras Serviced Apartment is a beautifully finished one bedroom apartment, at once smart and homely, it will suit almost every need. The open plan living area includes a good-sized kitchenette, a dining table with chairs and a lounge area with a sofa, coffee table and a flat screen TV. A large mirrored wardrobe in the bedroom gives plenty of storage space, while the bathroom includes a combined shower and tub.

Min. Stay 7 nights

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SITU has a range of aparthotel and property options in Kings Cross and throughout London.


About Kings Cross

Kings Cross is an area in North London that includes two of London’s major train stations, Kings Cross and St Pancras International, which interconnect to form one major rail hub. Kings Cross Station is a major route between London and the North of England, while since 2007, Eurostar rail services have run out of St Pancras International. Although a major destination for business travellers, there is more to Kings Cross than just a train station and, like many London districts, Kings Cross has a little of its own flavour and plenty to do.

So okay, first things first, you’ve just settled into your serviced apartment in King’s Cross and you’ve got a little bit of time to kill, so obviously, your first priority will be to track down Platform 9 ¾. It really is there at King’s Cross Station and you don’t even have to be enrolled into Hogwarts to find it. However, if you’re looking for Platform 9 ¾ on a weekend, there may be little queueing involved. And, of course, there’s plenty of Harry Potter merchandise in the shop there, too. Another great thing to do before you’ve even left the station, or perhaps just as you’re leaving the station, is to actually look around St Pancras. This stunning Victorian building was completed in 1868 and features a statue of John Betjeman.

If you’re looking for a place to eat while staying in Kings Cross accommodation, you really don’t have to stray too far from the area of the transport hub to find an enormous choice of eateries, both cafes and restaurants, as well as food that is of the faster variety. There is also an excellent choice of bars, although one of the most notable is again back at St Pancras Station, where you can enjoy a glass of champagne at Europe’s longest champagne bar. The area around the transport hub is also packed with popular shops, in the two stations themselves and in the streets surrounding them.

However, as already mentioned, Kings Cross is not just about the area around the train stations. Regents Canal bisects the district and the area next to the Regents Canal Towpath and St Pancras Lock is filled with trendy bars and businesses. Universal Music has an office there and Coal Drops Yard is due to open in Autumn 2018, providing an exciting new shopping destination for Kings Cross. Granary Square, known for its dancing fountains, is right next to the water and has some of the area’s best eateries The Lighterman, overlooking the canal, is one such place and makes an excellent spot for some food and drink, especially when the weather is good.

Also a bit of an artistic hub, if you’re in Kings Cross on a short stay it will be difficult to take in all that this relatively small area has to offer. Kings Place is a music and arts venue where it is also possible to get something to eat. Kings Cross also has an Everyman Cinema, a rather different kind of cinema experience where moviegoers can relax on a comfortable sofa and have food brought to them while they watch the movie. The House of Illustration is, as the name suggests, the world’s first gallery open to the public that is dedicated to illustration, while theatre lovers staying at city apartments in Kings Cross can visit the Platform Theatre at Central Saint Martins, which has an extraordinary range of different performances.

SITU has a range of aparthotel and property options in Kings Cross and throughout London.

Transport

Kings Cross St. Pancras

This busy tube station offers connections for Circle, Victoria, Piccadilly and Northern lines as well as international and national rail services.

London Kings Cross

The station hosts services on inter-city routes to the East of England, Yorkshire, North East England and eastern and northern Scotland, connecting to major cities and towns such as Cambridge, Peterborough, Hull, Doncaster, Leeds, York, Sunderland, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bradford, Aberdeen and Inverness.

St Pancras International

Here you can catch trains to all major destinations like East Midlands Trains, the Thameslink, Southeastern as well as Seventeen pairs of Eurostar trains to and from Paris Gare du Nord every day