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King’s Cross is a lively district in Central London that is largely known for its busy station – London King’s Cross railway station – which is the terminus of one of the major rail routes between London and the North. The area boasts a huge selection of hip restaurants and bars and some of the world’s leading companies, including Google, occupy sleek new skyscrapers. King’s Cross is one of London’s most newly regenerated areas and has seen a huge transformation over the past few years. With 50 new buildings, 20 new streets and 10 new public squares, it’s a dynamic and exciting place to be. Let’s look at what’s made King’s Cross one of the most thriving new districts in the city:


Bars – King’s Cross is full of lively bars, pubs and nightlife, making it a popular spot for after work drinks. You can enjoy a chilled glass of bubbly at Europe’s longest champagne bar by heading to Searcys St Pancras, which overlooks the Eurostar train tracks. Or, head to The Racketeer for a seriously cosy drinking spot. This new addition on King’s Cross Road features wooden flooring, royal blue walls, decorative tiles and a log-burning stove. They specialise in serving well-made classic cocktails with a twist.


Restaurants – King’s Cross has a varied dining scene and offers everything from Michelin Star dining and trendy chain restaurants, to independent cafes and exotic noodle bars. The Greek Larder is a popular lunch spot known for its delicious spinach and feta filo pie lunch box. The popular restaurant features stylish warehouse interiors, Aegean detailing and a tasty mezze-style menu. You should also try the great value Japanese set lunch menu at Itadaki Zen, a trendy all vegan restaurant in the centre of King’s Cross.


Hotels – King’s Cross boasts a huge selection of hotels and accommodation. St Pancras Renaissance Hotel is a fabulously grand Victorian Gothic hotel that was built in 1873 and is now one of Britain’s most important historic hotels. This luxury five-star accommodation offers guests lavish decor, an excellent fine-dining restaurant, and award-winning spa. For budget travellers, the Clink78 is a modern hostel offering well-equipped dormitory rooms from just £12 per night!


Health and fitness – There are plenty of fantastic places to break a sweat near King’s Cross. One of the most popular choice is Frame King’s Cross which has two standalone locations right around the corner from each other – one packed with studios for fitness, Barre, dance, Reformer Pilates and Personal Training, and the other solely dedicated to yoga. There are a huge variety of classes to choose from, ranging from 30 minutes to two hours, so it’s easy to fit in a lunch time workout.


Activities – King’s Cross is one of London’s more famous tourist destinations and there are plenty of exciting things to keep you entertained! Right in the historic heart of King’s Cross you will find Granary Square. Sitting on the banks of Regent’s Canal, the square features over 1,000 choreographed fountains that are lit up at night, providing a magnificent spectacle for Londoners to enjoy. Other popular landmarks including – The British Library, Wellcome Collection and St Pancras Old Church and Garden, can easily be reached on foot.