Great Northern Hotel
St Pancras & Kings Cross stations
An iconic hotel dating from 1854, the Great Northern is the first of London's great railway hotels. The hotel reopened in April 2013 after painstaking renovations. Despite its location between the Kings Cross and St Pancras railway stations, it is a quiet hotel. Rooms feature hand-carpented furniture, Egyptian cotton bed linen, and Lefroy Brookes bathrooms. All of the rooms offer superfast Wi-Fi, downloadable music and movie libraries, a 40-inch flat screen HD Loewe television, a walk-in shower with hair dryer plus air conditioning and a mini-fridge with free water. Eating and drinking possibilities include the GNH classic cocktail bar, Plum + Spit Milk neighbourhood dining room for updated British classics and Kiosk for generous sandwiches.
• 91 rooms
• Hotel opened: April 2013
• Architecture & Interiors: David Archer
• Unique: On every floor there is a pantry where you can help yourself to homemade cakes and pastries, great coffee, soft drinks, books, daily newspapers and magazines.
❌No parking available.
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