Centrally located, super connected and home to some very important cultural spots, Kings Cross and Euston epitomise convenience. Stay at one of our Kings Cross / Euston hotels and just about every area of the capital will be a short tube, train or bus ride away. And as the gateway to the North and Scotland, it makes sense to base yourself here if you’re travelling from these parts.
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A destination for the ‘incurably curious’, expect a wealth of exciting exhibitions dedicated to the crossovers between science, medicine, culture and wellbeing from the past, present and future.
A visit to this immense place is a must for bookworms and history lovers.You can’t borrow books but you can get swept up in its scholarly atmosphere, thought-provoking exhibitions, and admire its ancient tomes.
A shining star of the Kings Cross regeneration project, Granary Square is home to Central Saint Martins art school, trendy restaurants, streetfood markets, and 1000 choreographed fountains.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Kings Cross, London Canal Museum tells the stories of London’s waterways and the not-so-obvious history to the city’s ice trade. You get lovely views of the canal, too.
UCL is one of the world’s leading universities, and unbeknown to many, it has a fascinating collection of museums including the Grant Museum of Zoology, Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology and UCL Art Museum.
Shopping, dining and drinking at a train station has never been so chic. Sip Champagne in Searcys, have afternoon tea in Fortnum and Mason, buy a new lippie in MAC or something luxurious from John Lewis, Jo Malone, Aspinal or The White Company.