House Of Nations King's Cross Hotels, London.
Recommended hotels near to House Of Nations King's Cross, London.
The following 4 nearby hotels have recently scored the highest scores in the London Hotels Survey. The survey scores overall customer satisfaction
taking into account price, facilities and customer service. The four hotels near the House Of Nations King's Cross Hotel with the highest Survey Score are:
Great Northern Hotel
3 minutes walk from House Of Nations King's Cross
75% of past customers recommend this hotel.
Originally designed by Lewis Cubitt and opened on 17th May 1854, The Great Northern Hotel in King's Cross, one of the first examples of the great railway hotels, is the oldest purpose built hotel in London - original features which were restored for its 2013 reopening include the facade, windows, lead-lined gutters, cast iron grilles and drainpipes. During a 12-year closure - to make way for the C...
Hilton London Euston
6 minutes walk from House Of Nations King's Cross
70% of past customers recommend this hotel.
The grand Victorian building that houses this hotel is surely one of the most impressive edifices in the Hilton chain. The location of this hotel in Euston, ten minutes walk from St Pancras International, makes it convenient for travellers and tourists alike with Bloomsbury and the British Museum also nearby. You get all the facilities you'd expect at a Hilton including an attractive restaurant, e...
London Bloomsbury Holiday Inn
8 minutes walk from House Of Nations King's Cross
90% of past customers recommend this hotel.
This is a smart, modern hotel located in one of the Capital's oldest and most beautiful areas. Bloomsbury is a great place to stay since it's close to both the City and the West End. It also has many attractions of its own, including the British Museum on its doorstep and theatreland not far away....
10 minutes walk from House Of Nations King's Cross
76% of past customers recommend this hotel.
The Hotel Russell is a huge Victorian pile with stately art deco reception rooms and luxurious accommodation. The opulent public areas have recently undergone a 16320 million refurbishment, restoring many original features from before World War II, and it is now a riot of marble, mirrors, mosaic and gilt. A perfect antidote to the blandly modern feel of many chain hotels....