Did you know that the St. Pancras Station was opened in 1868? The station is a masterpiece of Victorian gothic architecture and engineering. It is an attraction for tourists from across the world just because of its elegant design. It even has a 140-year-old drinking fountain that still works perfectly well!
But the station isn’t just about aesthetics. St. Pancras Station has also been pivotal in connecting London to the other major cities of England. So, if you are looking for a place which is well connected to the rest of England, then St. Pancras station hotels would be perfect for you.
Warm and Comfortable Stay
The best place to stay near St. Pancras London is The County Hotel. There are a variety of rooms available at our hotel, including single room, double room, twin bed, and bunk bed. We even offer baby cots if additional bedding is needed. The rooms are provided with all the amenities required for a comfortable stay. All the rooms are fitted with a television set, and provided with towels and tea/coffee. And if you need a hair dryer or an iron, we even provide those on request.
On top of that, all our exceptional services are provided at very reasonable prices with a warm and welcoming attitude.
The Perfect Location
Although, our hotel is located close to St. Pancras Station, but you do not always need to take the train to see some amazing sights. Some of the attractions close to the hotel are:
Home to the Gunners, the Emirates Stadium is in the bucket list of most football fans visiting London. The stadium has a capacity of 60,000 people which makes it the fourth largest in England. If you are visiting between August and May, you have a great chance of catching Arsenal in action. If not, you can still take a tour of this iconic stadium.
Formerly known as Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square is popular for being home to the National Portrait Gallery, alongside the iconic Nelson's Column, and the National Gallery. The square is close to some amazing shopping areas as well.
The Weiner Gallery
The Weiner Gallery has a great collection of archives on the Holocaust and the Nazi era. Built in 1933, it is home to almost 1 million works, such as, photographs, press cuttings, eyewitness testimonies, and unpublished works. The County Hotel has the perfect mix of comfort and location. So, if you are also looking for budget hotels neat St. Pancras Station in London, contact us!