Budget Accommodation close to Railway Terminus
WC1H 9RE, London, 20 Tavistock Place
The St Athans Hotel is family-run, simple and clean. In central London, it is within walking distance of the British Museum, the University of London and the New British Library. Free WiFi is available throughout... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
NW1 2EZ, London, 81-103 Euston Street
Located next to London’s Euston Station, within a 15-minute walk from The British Museum, Regents Park and Kings Cross Station, TheWesley boasts modern rooms with free WiFi access and a sustainable international fusion bar and... read more
£ 122.00View Rates
WC1N 1HT, London, Coram Street
Situated less than 5 minutes' tube journey from the vibrant Covent Garden and West End, the modern Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury is only 150 metres from Russell Square Underground Station. The bright and airy bedrooms have... read more
£ 81.84View Rates
WC1H 9SE, London, 37 Tavistock Place, Russell Square
In central London in the vibrant area of Bloomsbury, this large, vibrant hostel is near Russell Square Tube Station. The Generator has an internet cafe, a lounge and a games room with pool tables. The... read more
£ 13.00View Rates
NW1 2AR, London, Euston Road
Forming part of St Pancras International train station, this elegant hotel has immediate access to the high speed Eurostar service and the Tube. Luxurious surroundings include a tea lounge, 2 restaurants and bars, a spa... read more
£ 239.00View Rates
NW1 2SA, London, 9-11 Euston Road
Situated opposite Kings Cross/St Pancras Rail Station, Kings Cross Inn Hotel provides easy access to the international Eurostar service, National Rail and the London underground. Central London, the British Museum and Madame Tussauds are all... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
WC1N 2AB, London, Mecklenburgh Square
Goodenough College – University Residence is situated in Bloomsbury, London. The property has a history dating back to 1930. Rooms benefit from a work desk, fresh bed linen and towels and a safe. Some of... read more
£ 1.00View Rates
N1 0SL, London, 183 Caledonian Road
Located within less than 1 km of King's Cross Theatre and 2.4 km of Emirates Stadium in London, City Central Apartments provides accommodation with free WiFi and seating area. The units come with a kitchen... read more
£ 1.00View Rates
WC1H 8EG, London, 10 Argyle Street
Housed in the former Camden Town Hall Annex in London’s King’s Cross neighbourhood, the 1974 Brutalist building has been restored and is The Standard’s first hotel outside America. The property is just across the street... read more
£ 193.20View Rates
WC1H 9QS, London, 41 Judd Street Flat 418, 4th Floor
Kings Cross Studio by Flexy in London features accommodation with free WiFi, 1 km from British Museum, 1.6 km from King's Cross Theatre and 1.9 km from Royal Opera House. The apartment is 2.4 km... read more
£ 111.96View Rates
Why Stay nearby ?
The famous King’s Cross train station was envisioned by Lewis Cubitt, a respectable architect. If you are planning a trip to England and wish to discover amazing hotels and cheap B&Bs in a fabulous, dynamic urban area, you should start looking for the most convenient accommodation options in the area.
If you are always active and don’t want to spend more than a few minutes relaxing in your room, you may want to stay in this area simply because both St. Pancras International and King’s Cross offer you the chance to hop on a modern over-ground train and profit from marvellous short trips in and out of London.
The railway station not only enables you to contemplate London’s cleverly hidden beauties and make the most of sublime sightseeing experiences, but it also represents a masterpiece in itself.
The train terminus has recently undergone an extensive renovation; at this point, it manages to impress the masses with its new breath-taking features, including its fascinating extended arch-like glass roof and a majestic, open-air, and modern piazza.
Things to do While Spending Time in the area
If your goal is to find a reasonably priced bed and breakfast or hotel deal in King’s Cross and enjoy a wonderful vacation in central London, it shouldn’t be very difficult for you to accomplish your mission. The ara is worldwide famous for its cheap rents and also for its decently-priced hotels and B&Bs.
Moreover, you should know that this area attracts visitors, artists and art lovers like a magnet, due to its exceptional cultural heritage and its outstanding cultural establishments, including Kings Place (a popular arts centre that hosts a plenitude or first-class cultural events year-round), the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the London Sinfonietta, and the Gagosian Gallery.
All in all, those who have already visited this London railway hub already know that their stay won’t be impacted by any dull moments. A new experience is waiting for you just around the corner.
If you get tired of the madding crowd surrounding the railway station, you can always choose to relax for a moment or two in Camley Street Natural Park, a fabulous corner of paradise for tourists who love ponds, wildlife and a breath of fresh air.
By opting for a cheap B&B or hotel located in this region, you do yourself a big favour. Just think about it: you would be able to hop on a train at any given point in time and contemplate London and its marvellous surroundings without breaking the bank.
Find the best deals
There are many accommodation options to choose from.
Guests who may be looking for spacious, welcoming, air-conditioned apartments located on a quiet street could stay at the Comfort Inn and Suites. Regents Living provides self-catering, modern apartments located within 0.4 kilometres of King’s Cross.
In case you just want to indulge yourself and discover London in style, you could always pay a little more for a superb room offered by the Great Northern Hotel, a lavishing boutique hotel famous for its elegant settings, luxurious rooms and excellent service.
All in all, this area provides various accommodation alternatives for all categories of travellers. With a little bit of help from us, you can find the ones that best meet your needs in a matter of a few minutes.
Location – Where is
Where is ?
Kings Cross rail station is located in the borough of Camden, in central London not far from Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury.
The station is also very near to St Pancras International Station for the Eurostar high-speed train.
From Kings Cross take the underground Circle Line to London Paddington Station. The Heathrow Express runs between London Paddington railway station and Heathrow Airport.
Take the underground Victoria Line to London Victoria Station. The Gatwick Express runs between London Victoria railway station and Gatwick Airport.
East Coast provides inter-city express services to Peterborough, Doncaster, Leeds, Wakefield, Lincoln, Hull, York, Darlington, Durham, Newcastle Central, Edinburgh Waverley, Glasgow Central, Dundee, Aberdeen, Perth and Inverness.
First Hull Trains run to Hull via the East Coast Main Line.
Grand Central offer connections to North Yorkshire, County Durham and Sunderland along the East Coast Main Line. Additional there are services to Bradford Interchange via Halifax, Brighouse, Mirfield, Wakefield, Pontefract and Doncaster.
Facts and Figures
Operated and Managed by
Euston Rd, London N1 9AL, United Kingdom
South East England
Borough of Camden, on the boundary with the Borough of Islington.
Sat Nav postcode
N1C 4TB – Pancras Road
Food and drink to eat in or take away
Nearest car parking can be found at nearby St Pancras railway station.
Yes, on Pancras Rd
Lies on East Coast Main Line, North Eastern, West Riding, Great Northern, Cambridge Cruiser.
- Circle Line
- Hammersmith & City
- Northern (Bank branch)
Nearest Budget-Friendly Accommodation
Located within close distance in the city center on Euston Road, Birkenhead Street, Crestfield Street, Belgrove Street, Pancras Road, and Pentonville Road.
Nearby Euston Rd – Attractions and Sights
Gagosian Gallery (6-24 Britannia Street, WC1X 9JD England)
A large open indoor gallery. The Gagosian gallery represents a huge number of successful artists and is located in seven locations, two are located in London.
Foundling Museum (40 Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1AZ, United Kingdom)
The Foundling museum is set in a lovley town house in Brunswick Square. The mothers letters and tokens are very moving and the paintings are beautiful.
London Canal Museum (12-13 New Wharf Road, Kings Cross, N1 9RT England /Euston / Kings Cross /St Pancras)
A nice small waterside museum of London’s canals and the Victorian ice trade. There is something of interest for all ages here with lots of information about the canals and the ice/ice cream industry and plenty of related artefacts.