Comparing Hostels in Kings Cross

by Paul Stafford  |  Published October 15, 2014

With three of the Britain’s main train stations: Kings Cross, St. Pancras and Euston, plus six underground lines, one overground and roughly 21 different bus routes, the area is the most connected not only in London, but also the country. Here is a roundup of hostels within walking distance of Kings Cross.

For many, Kings Cross still conjures up images of the seedy, nefarious underbelly of London. But that is no longer the case. The area has undergone a dramatic facelift in recent years. The Victorian Gothic architectural majesty of St. Pancras railway station welcomes travellers from the continent with consummate elegance. There can be no finer introduction to England. Couple the connections to the rest of London with a wide array of hotels and hostels and it is easy to see why Kings Cross is such a popular place to stay on a trip to London.