St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
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St Pancras Hotel Renaissance London
Euston Road, London, England NW1 2AR United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 207 841 3540
Fax: +44 (0)207 841 3579
Built originally as a gym; this historic building is the home to a big, bold European-style restaurant.
Inspired by the industrial past of King’s Cross, the Lighterman offers three floors of amazing Regent’s Canal views.
Granary Square Brasserie
British brasserie-style cuisine, set up in leather bucket chairs and low brass tables.
Modern British food serving mouth-watering meat cuts. Located in a beautiful, canal-side setting at King’s Place.
Popular Indian eatery with a taste of Irani cafes in old Bombay.
Industrial chic casual dinning. Serving internationally inspired vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes.
A heaven café and bar for music lovers, built around a world-class sound system. Offers creative programming seven days a week.
Drink Shop & Co
Eclectic all-day cafe and designer store that also stages evening craft classes.
Skip Garden Kitchen
It doesn’t get more local at King’s cross than organic grown ingredients and freshly made food and deserts.
An eclectic bar for the perfect after work drinks and a disco-ball topped dance floor to keep the party going until the next day.
Inspired by the wine bars of Spain and Italy. Vinoteca offers Long list of characterful wines and seasonally produced fresh food.
National library of the United Kingdom and the second largest library in the world by number of items catalogued. Is home to The Magna Carta, a Gutenberg Bible and lyrics by the Beatles.
London Canal Museum
Learn about the fascinating history of London’s canals and how they work while exploring the insides of a narrowboat cabin.
Charles Dickens Museum
Visit the Victoria family home of Charles Dickens. Uncover the world behind one of the greatest storytellers of the world; author of Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby.
Central St. Martins
The world-famous art college is at King's Cross and a hot bed for talented young artists. Some of the alumni include fashion designers such as Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen.
A showcase for emerging artists, dedicated to promoting creative talent. Admission is free.
A unique mix of galleries and events focused on the connections between medicine, life and art. A free destination for the incurably curious.
National Portrait Gallery
Founded in 1856, the Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world. Showcasing men and women who have made and are making British history and culture.
House Of Illustration
World’s first public gallery dedicated to the art of illustration in all its forms from animations to advents; picture books to political cartoons and scientific drawings to fashion design.
Contemporary art gallery owned and directed by Larry Gagosian. One of 3 gallery spaces in London.
Pancras Square Library
A brand new public library – Camden's new community building. Offering computer spaces, youth zones, activities and classes.
Platform 9 ¾
Catch the Hogwarts Express to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!
A different kind of cinema experience. Enjoy the latest hand-picked films from the comfort of a sofa, whilst delicious food and drink are brought to your side.
Francis Crick Institute
Biomedical research centre dedicated to turning discoveries into treatments to improve lives. Free exhibitions & events.
Visit over 1000 shops and stalls selling fashion, music, art and food next to Camden Lock.
Nine miles of Regent’s Canal waterway run through the heart of King’s Cross. Surrounded by a mix of boat moorings and heritage buildings connecting locals with nature.
Surrounded by 1,080 fountains and jets individually controlled and lit. Visitors can sit and watch the aqua-choreography while soaking up the atmosphere.
Camley Street Natural Park
Step out of the city and into the wild of this two-acre urban nature reserve. Home for birds, butterflies, bats and a wide variety of plant life. For different views of the canal, step into the miniature hideaway of their floating platform.
A green oasis in the middle of King’s Cross development. More than a thousand hands have come together to create the garden and everything is built using recycled materials. This is a community effort that brings together people of all ages and backgrounds.
Lewis Cubitt Square
A new green space for King's Cross located minutes away from Granary Square. Surrounded by trees, this is a great place to relax and for children to play.
St. Pancras International
-Aspinal of London
-Harry Potter Shop
-Forntum & Mason
King’s Cross Square