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Kings Cross Hotel

For a London getaway, why not take a look at Kings Cross. Known for its top transport links; London St Pancras, the gateway to Europe and London Kings Cross Station this area may not seem like an obvious choice for tourist attractions, but there is plenty to see and do here. There are a number of top Kings Cross Hotels you can base yourself in, so why not take a look and see what is on offer:

London Canal Museum
Take a walk around London’s Canal Museum, learn how the water trade, helped the City of London grow. Housed in a former nineteenth-century ice warehouse once used by Carlo Gatti for his ice cream, the London Canal Museum offers a great insight into the history of London’s Canals. See how people lived and worked on the waterways in its heyday, how goods were moved around and how imported ice from Norway was stored under the building.

The former cinema is one of the best music venues in this area. Scala is home to an eclectic mix of indie, hip hop and more. It’s a great destination for a night out, in the past massive artists such as Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Chemical Brothers, Dido, Outkast, Lionel Ritchie, Stereophonics, and Robbie Williams, just to name a few have played here. It’s a must visit destination which features regular club nights, special arts events and cinema and live music events.

Kings Palace
A great artistic and creative space, the Kings Palace is home to art galleries and the Guardian and Observer newspapers. There is also a 420 seat auditorium in the Kings Palace which showcases a wide range of concerts. It is also the home of London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Eating and Drinking
Kings Cross is a great spot for eating and drinking, with plenty of places to choose from. Some of the top restaurants and bars in N1:
The Brill – Serving great British cuisine, in smart surroundings.  The Brill offers hearty meals including pork belly and grilled meat and fish. It also has a refurbished cellar bar.
Camino – Offering a taste of Spain Cameo, has a varied menu including tapas, platters and a tasting menu and at weekends. There are two large bar rooms, the restaurant and an outside terrace where you will find the Bar Pepito.

Rotunda Bar and Restaurant – Housed in the Kings Palace, the Rotunda Bar and Restaurant has great views of the canal. Their menu features tempting British cuisine such as aged Northumberland beef and fresh seasonal vegetables.  The bar also offers an extensive wine list.

Champagne Bar at St Pancras – Your looking at Europe’s longest champagne bar’, the perfect spot for a glass of bubbly before you depart on your travels, sat beneath William Henry Barlow’s Victorian roof.
With all these great places of interest and top restaurants and bars on the doorstep of you Kings Cross Hotel, you won’t have to worry about having to travel around the city, but if you do want to get out and about, you’re not far from a tube stop which gives you access across the Capital.