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London King's Cross is surely one of the most iconic terminals in the whole of the UK. Not only does it sit in a handsome Victorian building, but it was also the departure point of famous services like the Flying Scotsman. These days, the likes of Harry Potter might come to mind when treading the platforms. If you're in need of refreshment after your journey plenty of happening bars and eateries have sprung up in the surrounding area. If you're after bargain hotels near King's Cross, it might be better to seek out rooms in months like February, October and November, outside of the Christmas and summer travel rushes.

What are the Top Hotels near London King's Cross Station

It's good news for travellers in search of a bargain bed after riding the rails down to King's Cross Station. Some of the top hotels in the area offer simple, contemporary rooms within eyeshot of the main entrance. Both the Crestfield Hotel and the Alhambra Hotel fall into that category, situated in the quiet streets that lead from Euston Road. The 2-star Central Hotel is another option in the same area. This offers even more budget-friendly choices in the way of rooms with shared bathrooms and single beds.

Where are the best areas for Hotels near London King's Cross Station?

The area of King's Cross itself is an obvious choice when it comes to seeking out hotels near King's Cross Station. There are some pretty plush places there, ranging from chic penthouses to boutiques. You'll also never be short of restaurants and bars to visit come evening. The streets that run from Euston Road to Argyle Street might have some of the cheapest hotels near St Pancras station – they are simple and convenient no-frills choices. To stretch your pound even further, there's always the hostels along the A501, where the on-site bars and common rooms are perfect for the backpacking type.

What are Hotels like near London King's Cross Station?

No matter what you're after, whether it's elegant 4- or 5-star spots or toned-down cheap hotels, King's Cross has you covered. You can relax after that long train journey in the most stylish places in the area between the station and Euston. They have plush lobby bars offering Pimms and champagne, along with spacious suites with big bathtubs and the like. Most midrange options mean enjoying stripped-down interiors with wide beds and easy-on-the-eye decor. Opting for hostels usually involves a dorm bed and an evening's mingling with other travellers in the on-site beer bar.

How much do Hotels typically cost near London King's Cross Station?

From swish to simple, it's possible to bag both exclusive and cheap hotels near King's Cross. Price wise, accommodation in the station's namesake neighbourhood tends to be at the top end of the spectrum. You can expect to pay anything from £100 to £212 for the stylish establishments on the way towards Euston. The spots that face King's Cross Station from the far side of Euston Road promise price tags of between £40 and £70 a night, while the hostels along the A501 can be as little as £12 for a stay in a multibed dorm.

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