About the Premier Inn, King's Cross
A modern but budget hotel, the Premier Inn at King's Cross is an ideal base for visitors to London. Whether you want to be close to Kings Cross train station or simply want to stay in zone one with good transport links, it's definitely a hotel worth thinking about if you're coming to London on a budget.
Well known for its comfortable night sleeps, the Premier Inn offers a Hypnos bed, and most are king size too. In fact Premier Inn are so confident that you'll have a great sleep that they even have a Good Night Guarantee.
The Premier Inn offers an on site restaurant for breakfast (which can be added to your booking from £10.50pp) and dinner, as well as a Costa Coffee shop for that much needed morning coffee.
Booking early with Premier Inn generally means cheaper rates so try not to leave this one to the last minute.
Each room offers guests air conditioning, free WiFi, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, private bathroom and that all important, comfortable Hypnos bed. Accessible and family rooms are also available for guests.
The Premier Inn doesn't need fancy room types so it doesn't.
Check-in time: 2:00pm
Check-out time: 12pm
Single rooms are available for guests travelling on their own.
Double Room and Twin Rooms
Double rooms and twin rooms are available at the Premier Inn, and include tea and coffee making facilities, TV and private bathroom.
Family rooms offer guests the ability to stay together as a group, with a double or twin beds plus two smaller single beds.
Things To Do Nearby
King's Cross is an ideal location to base yourself when exploring London. If you're coming in early on the train but can't check inn, you can leave your luggage with reception for the day so that you don't have to lug it around. From here you've got easy access to London.
For the Harry Potter fan, you've got the platform 9 3/4 to have that classic walking through wall shot, with a Harry Potter shop close by.
Just north of King's Cross station, you will come across Granary Square, a popular summer square with fun fountains that the kids can run through and a variety of popular restaurants and bars.
From here, head along the Regent's Canal Towpath for a stroll around the less seen parts of London, stopping off for photo opportunities along the way. Keep going north and you'll reach Camden with Camden Lock and Market.