Great Northern Hotel
Originally designed in 1854 by Kings Cross station architect Lewis Cubitt, The Great Northern Hotel emerged in 2013 from a fully comprehensive renovation which sensitively kept its timeless townhouse elegance – from the grand exterior to its 88 chic rooms.
Being the oldest railway hotel in London and it´s a place that has much to celebrate and many stories to tell – from the curve that follows the route of the old St Pancras Road to the thick, clinker-filled walls, to its place in an amazing historical, industrial landscape.
We’re in the heart of King’s Cross. Once an industrial transport hub, now one of London’s most exciting and fast-changing destinations. Home to the world’s biggest organisations and some of London’s most exciting start-ups. A place brimming with restaurants, bars, shops and venues. It remains London’s most important transport hub – the gateway to the city, the link to the North and the point of embarkation for journeys to Europe, thanks to the train Eurostar.