Serviced Apartments Saint Pancras

Top Serviced Apartments in Saint Pancras

The famous St. Pancras station is the epitome of Victorian engineering. It is also considered to be one of the most elegant stations in the world. The station is the terminus for Eurostar trains arriving from Europe. This place much popular among travelers not only because of its architecture, but it also offers services like shopping, fine dining, and much more. While you are here to enjoy the marvel of this beautiful building. We’ll help you with your stay, as our serviced apartments in Saint Pancras come with 5-star amenities that make your travel experience the best!

Top Serviced Apartments in Saint Pancras:

  • King Cross Apartment
  • The Euston Square Escape 
  • Old Compton Street 
  • Calabria Park 
  • York Road 
  • Waterloo Apartments by MySquare

Each of our apartments is equipped with top-class amenities and facilities that come with beautiful interiors spacious fully furnished rooms. Not only these, but our apartments also have a fully equipped kitchen to fulfill all your cooking needs, wi-fi, a cozy bedroom area, and flat-screen television. We also have a 24/7 help desk service for our guests and to ensure our guests' safety and security all our apartments undergo high standard quality checks. 

Where to Stay in Saint Pancras 

There are so many things that are encircled near Saint Pancras and Kings Cross Station. London is famous for its markets. Camden market is one of those. You can find colorful and unique stands whether you are looking for gemstone jewelry or funky clothes all can be found here. The British Museum displays some of the best antiques and artifacts. Right next to St Pancras is the British Library that has millions of different items to read on. To the north of St Pancras is Granary square which is surrounded by stylish bars and restaurants. It is generally famous for its collection of fountains. Located at the back of Saint Pancras is the Regent’s canal where one can enjoy a calming walk and take a sip of coffee in the cafes out there.

Facts About Saint Pancras 

Apart from its architectural history, the station has some of the amazing facts that make this place more interesting:

  • St Pancras was opened by the Midland Railway in 1868, as the London terminus for their trains between London and Leicester, Nottingham, Derby & Sheffield.  
  • The fabulous Victorian Gothic station facade, designed by Sir Gilbert Scott.
  • The inside of the station, the spectacular glass and steel trainshed is designed by William Henry Barlow and completed in 1868.
  • This marvelous station was almost demolished by British Rail in the 1960s. Poet laureate John Betjeman led the campaign to save it.
  • The platforms at St Pancras are raised 20 feet (6m) above street level. 

Weather in Saint Pancras

The summers in London are short and partly cloudy. Wherein, the winters are long, cold, windy, and mostly cloudy. January is the coldest month in this city. 

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