Premier Inn London Kings Cross St Pancras
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The Premier Inn London Kings Cross St Pancras is located outside of London's congestion zone and public parking is available against a fee nearby. Both, Kings Cross and St Pancras stations, are only a short walk away and served by 7 underground lines which will connect you to all areas of the capital. The hotel has 276 rooms, all of which offer en-suite facilities with shower, hairdryer, coffee/tea making facilities, desk, high speed Wifi connection, desk and flat-screen TV with Freeview. Family rooms are available and cribs can be arranged. Hotel services include 24-hr-reception, lift, 6 meeting rooms with capacities for 80 people, bar, restaurant and a coffee shop. Breakfast is not included in the price for the accommodation but available at the restaurant.
NamePremier Inn London Kings Cross St Pancras
Address26 - 30 York Way, N1 9AA, London United Kingdom | 2.8 km miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +44(1582)567890 | Fax:+44(871)5278673 | Official Homepage
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- Diner's Club
Top 9 Features
- Bathroom with bathtub,
- Bathroom with shower,
- Ironing board,
- Central heating,
- Kettle/ Coffee machine,
- Air conditioning,
- Satellite TV,
- Small lounge,
- WiFi in the rooms
- Entrance hall/ lobby,
- TV lounge,
- Car park,
- Hotel bar,
- Hotel safe,
- Child/ Baby Cot,
- Conference rooms,
- Non-smoking rooms,
- 24-hour reception,
- Wheelchair accessible,
- WiFi in Lobby
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