Dating back to the early 19th century, gay-friendly Central Station offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, 5 minutes' walk from Kings Cross Station. It also offers a rooftop terrace for guests to enjoy.
Each room is spacious, with traditional furnishings. Rooms also have a TV, facilities for making tea and coffee, and either private or shared bathrooms.
Guests gain free entry to the ground-floor bar, which offers a range of drinks. A full English breakfast is available each morning, which can be eaten in the restaurant or on the roof terrace.
Kings Cross St Pancras Station is a 7-minute walk away, with the Eurostar terminal and Tube links for accessing London’s main attractions.
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37 Wharfdale Road
St PancrasLondonN1 9SD
- Public transport:
- London Kings Cross, National Railway
- Catering Facilities
- Event Facilities
- Event facilities
- General Facilities
- Luggage storage
- Self Catering Facilities
- Barbeque facilities
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Central Station is not the classiest of establishments.
I'm sure it has a very loyal, local clientèle, but I'm afraid I won't be back.
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On the approach; our negative suspicions were proved...more
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