Welcome to the "cathedral of the railways.” St Pancras station is a triumph of Victorian Gothic architecture, and more importantly, it was featured in all the Harry Potter films (Potter fans, neighbouring station King’s Cross features famous platform 9 3/4). Our hotels near St Pancras are great launch pads to the continent on the Eurostar as well as the Midlands and North, but also for the world-reknown British Museum, British Library and a bit further, the Southbank.

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Book a hotel near St Pancras and don’t head home without a visit to the British Museum or the British Library. How could a library have every book written in the UK and Ireland in one place? If you’re keeping score, that’s 150 million tomes with 3 million new ones each year. Begin your day with books as it’s just a quarter mile from our London Central Kings Cross Hotel, then broaden your horizons to the world under one roof, the British Museum. One of the world's oldest museums, it’s home to millions of relics.As a first-timer, don’t miss the mummies or Sutton Hoo. Instagram moment: the 4th century cup which changes colour in different lights. Clever. All this history’s only a mile from our London Central Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel. 

Things to do near St Pancras

If you’ve had enough ancient history, then fast-forward to present day and celeb-spot at world-famous Madame Tussauds. Of course, you’ll double-take as these wax replica celebrities look incredibly real. You may still be in awe as you wander a mile eastward back to our London Central Euston hotel. About a half a mile south of our London Central Kings Cross Travelodge, you and the children may need a break from history, celebrity and city life in general. Corams Fields is more than just a park with playgrounds. It’s got a paddling pool, sandpits and a city farm with sheep, goats, hens and more.