King's Cross Hotels
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TheWesley

TheWesley Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Originally a student accommodation in the 1950s, the ethically conscious 100-room Wesley hotel is a small, independent upscale property proud of its sustainability focus and social awareness. Some of the decor in common areas reflects a functional mindset, but rooms are modern and minimal with ample light and nice touches like flat-screen TVs, kettles, and big bathrooms. A quality breakfast is cooked to order and there's free snacks and bottled water, but some guests complain about noise from the nearby Tube.

Megaro Hotel

Megaro Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

If it's youthful, up-to-the-minute style you're after -- think modern prints and neon plastic chairs paired with polished wood -- the Megaro Hotel could be just the ticket. Bordering on self-consciously hip, this boutique hotel puts a major emphasis on style, whilst still providing homey touches in the guest rooms. The location is super-convenient for getting around the capital -- the King's Cross-St. Pancras tube/Eurostar station is across the street -- though might be a bit hectic for some. Check that the ongoing issue with the air-conditioning has been resolved, or you may want to check out the equally funky citizenM Bankside hotel.

Jesmond Dene Hotel

Jesmond Dene Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Situated just three minutes’ walk from one of London’s busiest transport hubs, this 20-room value option offers basic but clean accommodation in a central location. The full English breakfast is popular with many guests and free when booking through the hotel website. However, the property does not offer much else in the way of perks.

Tune Hotel Kings Cross

Tune Hotel Kings Cross Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Bright and clean with a modern vibe, this is a no-frills, value hotel that provides high quality essentials at a low price in a central location. While Tune Hotel King's Cross does deliver on these fronts, be prepared to pay for anything extra, including TV usage and Wi-Fi. This hotel is a better value than local competitors such as Alhambra Hotel and Jesmond Dene Hotel only if you don't need any extras.

Generator Hostel London

Generator Hostel London Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The Generator Hostel represents a new type of high-end hostelling with a real emphasis on creating a fun, chilled-out atmosphere conducive to interaction between guests. It's a good choice for both young solo travelers and groups, offering dorms for up to 12 people and private rooms, though some are cramped. The cafe, bar, and cinema room are all great spaces to relax, and the hostel's event program is a nice touch. While it's not perfect, or the cheapest hostel in the capital, there are few with as good a central London location that promise such a snazzy vibe.

Clink78 Hostel

Clink78 Hostel Rating: 1.5 Pearls

Adapted from an austere 19th-century courthouse into a hostel-style accommodation with punk sensibility, Clink78 is good value for travelers on a shoestring budget who still like a bit of style. Think street art, neon signs, and bold colors juxtaposed with preserved Victorian judicial details such as witness stands and a magistrate's courtroom that now houses an Internet lounge. Clink78, located within a 10-minute walk of King's Cross Train Station, offers a range of rooms, including mixed dorms, all-women's dorms, and private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Be aware, though, that as with many hostels, the facilities are basic.

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Locations

  • King's Cross
  • Battersea
  • Belgravia
  • Bloomsbury
  • Chelsea
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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