It's cheap, warm and provides a roof overhead
- Kings Cross Budget Rooms
- 23 Swinton Street Kings Cross London WC1 X9NL England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hotel
- Type :
- Budget Hotel
- Size :
- 15 rooms
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Kings Cross Budget Rooms is set in the heart of Central London, close to tourist attractions and transport links. From your base here you’ll be able to stroll to nearby Kings Cross Underground Station, and will also be within easy reach of the Eurostar at Kings Cross St Pancras Station. The shopping on Oxford Street and Regent Street is close by, as is the greenery of Regents Park and the animals at London Zoo. For access to other parts of London you can hop on a tube.
Offering a selection of 15 single, twin, double and triple rooms, Kings Cross Budget Rooms is an affordable Central London hotel. All of the centrally heated rooms have access to shared bathroom facilities and in your room you will have a wash basin and a colour television. Make sure you bring your laptop with you, as the hotel has WiFi internet access, so you can keep up to date with all of your emails. Make your booking at Kings Cross Budget Rooms today!
Central Heating / Colour Television / Interior Room Entrance / Shared bathroom / Shower / Toilet / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
You’ll find plenty of local attractions near to Kings Cross Budget Rooms, as well as a number of great bars, clubs, cafes and restaurants. The greenery of Regents Park is close by, where you can enjoy a picnic and visit the animals at London Zoo. Also enjoy views across London from Primrose Hill. For shopping you have Oxford Street and Regent Street and you could head to Camden Market. Museum lovers will also love the location as the British Museum and Dickens’ House are only a short walk away.
Check in from: 2 pm
Check out by: 11 am
Please note that the reception is open from 8am until 11pm. Check-ins after this time will not be accepted.
- By Tube:
- The nearest tube station to Kings Cross Budget Rooms is Kings Cross St Pancras. The station is served by the Victoria, Metropolitan, Piccadilly, Hammersmith and City, Circle and Northern lines, and the Eurostar also connects here.
- On Foot:
- Exit Kings Cross St Pancras Tube Station onto Euston Road and walk to your left. Bear right into Pentonville Road and take a right into Kings Cross Road. Next, turn left into Swinton Street where you’ll find Kings Cross Budget Rooms at number 23.
Kings Cross Budget Rooms Reviews
At first glance Kings Cross Budget Rooms looked dreary and somewhere I personally would not like to stay. The outside looked shabby and scary, we even considered not entering. However, once inside although the "office" looked like an abandoned bedroom, our room itself was cosy, warm and clean. We were given the choice of two rooms, one of which was in the basement and had an eerie sense to it so we opted for the smaller of the two, situated on the second floor. The people in charge were friendly and we didn't hear from them or see them much throughout our stay. The bathroom was average as due to the astonishingly low price our expecting standards were not set too high, however I still felt that the bathroom was not a place I could take a shower and so I only used it for the toilet. There were scaffolding's outside the building making the place look a whole lot worse than it could have looked and the painters were outside our bedroom window throughout the day and in the morning. This did not bother us too much as we just hoped that the paint being applied to the front of the building would enhance people's first impression of Kings Cross Budget Rooms. In conclusion for the small price we paid it was adequate but more online pictures would have been helpful. Also, if the bathroom and front of the building were improved I truly believe a lot more people would choose to stay overnight at this hotel
Simple, basic, friendly staff. Reasonable quality for the price
Kings Cross Budget Rooms is only 5 minutes from Kings Cross. The rooms are nice and warm, there's free wi-fi, but the bathrooms need upgrading.
The Kings Cross Budget Rooms was exactly what we were after in London: a cheap place to stay for a night that was close to local transport. A nice, warm shelter from the cold weather. We would book it again for its affordability and practicality. For the price we knew what to expect.