Opened in 1868, St. Pancras was the original gateway to London from the North.
The elegant and cutting-edge Victorian Gothic architecture suffered bomb damage in both World War I and II, but was extensively restored between 2003 and 2007 for modern, domestic and international rail travel.
Now running Eurostar services to Dover and across Europe, Southeastern High Speed 1, Thameslink and East Midlands trains, as well as being served by more tube lines than any London Station, St. Pancras is a thriving travel hub.
Despite the crowds, St. Pancras station and its surrounds continue to provide a charming environment, filled with art, music and shopping, for every international traveller and daily commuter. Visitors from across Europe and the UK can check into hotels near to St. Pancras to enjoy a relaxing night’s rest before or after their journey.
Wherever you’re travelling from, the 20th century, boutique style Mercure London Bloomsbury is a convenient and comfortable choice.
Along with the standard double, twin and king-size rooms, there are single bed and triple single bed rooms available for solo travellers and friends or family. The ergonomically designed work-spaces, LCD TVs and complimentary WIFI make every room ideal for working or relaxing, and the en-suite bathrooms are fitted with rainfall showers for an extra, luxurious touch.
The currency exchange and Spanish and French speaking staff make the Mercure especially welcoming for tourists. After exploring London from the multiple, walking-distance tube stations, return to the on-site Marco’s New York Italian to enjoy delicious dishes from celebrity chef Marco Pierre White.
An easy 10 minutes from St. Pancras on the Northern Line, the Ibis Styles London Southwark combines comfort, creativity and convenience.
The spacious rooms are decorated in a modern style and outfitted with comfortable bedding, power showers and high-speed WIFI. Families will love The Works rooms which have a separate lounge area with a sofa bed for the kids and a Nespresso coffee machine for the parents.
Start your day with the unlimited breakfast included in your room price. Borough Market, the Tate and the Shard are all within walking distance, while nearby transport links make it easy for you to explore further abroad.
Enjoy the bustling Southbank night life or return to the Ibis Styles restaurant and West End themed bar, complete with rigging, showbiz lighting and vintage armchairs, for comfortable and care-free drinking and dining late into the night.
Just minutes from the imposing Tower of London, the Novotel London Tower Bridge combines comfort and luxury within a 15-minute journey to St. Pancras, via the London Underground.
All our spacious, modern rooms are fitted with double beds and rain showers for a relaxing and luxurious atmosphere. Pull-out beds for children, available in the Standard and Superior rooms, make this a great choice for families. All the while, the 8 meeting rooms (with a maximum capacity of 90) make it convenient for business travellers.
Sight-seeing around the city can be tiring, but with the on-site fitness and well-being centre, fitted with modern equipment and sauna and hammam baths, you’ll be able to fully relax and enjoy the experience.
After your soak, visit the Keepers Kitchen and Bar for reimaginations of traditional English cuisine, much of it cooked with honey collected from a hive on the hotel’s roof.
When it comes to hotels near St Pancras Station, the Pullman London St Pancras has an unbeatable proximity. At under a kilometer away, guests can walk between the station and the hotel in just over five minutes.
With many of the city’s most iconic tourist attractions nearby, this hotel is an excellent option for those travelling to the capital for a leisurely weekend break. If your trip is strictly business, you’ll be delighted by the 17 contemporary meeting rooms which are available for conferences and functions.