A Luxury Boutique Hotel in the Heart of London’s King’s Cross St Pancras
The future has never looked so bright nor the past quite so impressive.
Lewis Cubitt’s elegant masterpiece of a hotel stands on an intersection of extraordinary global connectivity. The Great Northern Hotel opens directly onto the new, striking Western Concourse of King’s Cross Station. The Eurostar terminus at St Pancras International is just 25 metres from the hotel’s front door. And, Euston mainline station is 350m away, a short walk along Euston Road.
Trains depart King’s Cross for Cambridge, Leeds, Edinburgh and Inverness while six London Underground lines intersect beneath the hotel at King’s Cross St Pancras, providing direct links from King’s Cross to Heathrow as well as every other corner of London.
Metres from the hotel’s front door, Eurostar trains depart St Pancras International direct for Paris, Brussels & Lille and from there on to Germany and the rest of Europe. Domestic trains run direct from St Pancras Station to Gatwick and Luton airports as well as Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield and Leeds.
AT THE CENTRE OF KING’S CROSS ST PANCRAS
In the 1850s, when Lewis Cubitt built the Great Northern Hotel, the new station at King’s Cross and the imposing Granary Building to the north of Pancras Road, the area around this King’s Cross hotel was humming with innovation and energy. In the same way now the influential, the innovative and the dynamic are flooding back to King’s Cross – and to the hotel. Central St Martins College has made its home inside Cubitt’s Granary Building, King’s Cross Station has undergone enormous renovation and redesign and organisations such as the London BioScience Centre, BNP Paribas and the global giant Google are now placing King’s Cross at the centre of their future business. St Pancras station, just 25m from the front door of the Great Northern Hotel has also benefitted from massive public investment and change, including a comprehensive £700m refurbishment of the station and the introduction of the international Eurostar service to Belgium and France.