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A Victorian landmark.

This historic hotel in King’s Cross became a Victorian landmark when it was first opened in 1854. At the time, railway station hotels were a symbol of wealth, and social status and its location by St Pancras Railway Station made the hotel symbolic. The property was originally designed by St Pancras railway station architect Lewis Cubitt and has since, been renovated into an up-market boutique hotel. During your stay, you have a range of facilities including homemade cakes, chocolates, teas and Nespresso coffees. This accommodation allows you to escape to 19th century London.

Hotel facilities

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All hotel and room facilities are subject to safety and wellbeing measures, board basis, seasonal availability, opening times, age, dress code, and may attract additional charges.

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