Experience a unique and exciting stay at serviced apartments in Kings Cross. With a legacy of a glorious past, this area is a haven for those who want to indulge in the heritage, history and culture of London. Offering 26 acres of open space, Kings Cross comprises lush green parks and squares along with a thriving business community.
Choose a short-stay serviced apartment and lose yourself in the rich cultural scene of London. Music, cinema, art galleries and theatre are very popular in this part of the city. When staying here you must explore the outdoor concerts, theatrical plays and art shows, which are quite common. Thanks to the open spaces and parks, sports enthusiasts find Kings Cross an absolute delight to stay in.
The location, connections, canal-side setting, rich cultural scene, and a thriving business community make Kings Cross a popular destination with vacationers and business travelers alike.
Explore the Area:
The newly opened western concourse at King’s Cross station can be a good starting point to explore the area. Besides offering a host of new shops and cafés, the structure is an architectural marvel with a beautifully domed roof. Head to Kings Boulevard and sample delicacies at KERB - Tuesday to Friday between 11am – 2.30pm a rotating set of traders serve delicious fare. Granary Square is at a walking distance and must be visited for its beautiful 108 fountains, which are individually controlled and lit. From here you can take a stroll and soak in the colourful sights of narrow boats at St Pancras Cruising Club. Exhausted after the long walk? Don’t fret as exciting food destinations are nearby. You can sample food at Caravan, Shrimpy’s, Grain Store or The Big Chill House for a memorable dining experience. Since Harry Potter was shot at the Kings Cross station, fans have a special interest visiting the place. There is a sign at the station that says Platform 9¾ so tourists can take pictures.
King’s Cross is linked through six underground lines with two national mainline train stations and international high speed rail networks. London’s five international airports are within an hour’s reach. Euston Station – servicing Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham – is at a walking distance of five minutes.