Welcome to Hotel Holiday Inn Kings Cross
The Holiday Inn Kings Cross Is A Modern, Clean And Spacious Hotel. It Houses A Fitness Centre Which Features A Gym, An Indoor Pool, Sauna, Steam Room, And Spa Tub So You Can Really Treat Yourself To A Relaxing Stay! There Are Two Restaurants On Site And Before You Head Off For A Day In The Big City You'Ll Be Spoiled With An Excellent Breakfast! The Hotel Is Located Between The West End And The City, A Perfect Central Location With Lots Of Attractions Located On Either Side Of You! Go Towards Oxford Street And Discover The Charming Covent Garden Or Set Off And See Some Iconic Contemporary Architecture In The City Like Norman Foster's 'Gherkin'. The Leisure Club And Pool Have Now Been Fully Refurbished And The Club Is FullyOperational.). Additional InformationGuests may make use of the hotel's heated indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna (for an added fee). Sports enthusiasts may pay a visit to the gym (added fee). DirectionsOn leaving the Airport follow signs for the A4 CENTRAL LONDON. Follow A4 for approx 7.5 miles then turn left signposted NORTH CIRCULAR A406. At T-Junction turn left onto A406 signposted N.CIRCULAR, WEMBLEY, EALING, M1. At Gunnersbury Park turn right onto A4000 signposted SHEPHERDS BUSH, ACTON. At the Red Lion and Pineapple public house turn right onto the A4020 signposted SHEPHERDS BUSH. Turn left onto the A4000. Pass Acton Main Line Railway Station. At Gipsy Corner turn right onto the A40 signposted CENTRAL LONDON. At Savoy Circus continue forward onto Westway signposted C. LONDON, SHEPHERDS BUSH. At Marylebone flyover continue forward. Continue forward onto A501 signposted RING ROAD. Pass Madame Tussauds. Pass Regents Park Underground Station. At Euston underpass continue forward signposted RING ROAD , THE CITY, KINGS CROSS. Pass The British Library. At Kings Cross Station continue forward onto A501 signposted RING ROAD (E), THE CITY. At traffic lights branch right onto A201 signposted THE CITY, CLERKENWELL, HOLBORN. Bear right onto A501. Continue forward onto A201 signposted THE CITY, HOLBORN. YOU ARE NOW IN THE CENTRAL LONDON CONGESTION CHARGE ZONE. Continue forward, the hotel is situated at crossroads. Location InformationBloomsbury London - The Place is named after 'Blemondisberi' or the manor of William Blemond, who acquired the land in the early-13th century. The area remained rural until 1661, when the 4th Earl of Southampton built Southampton (now Bloomsbury) Square around his house. More grand squares followed including Bedford Square, laid out in 1775 - 80 and the vast Russell Square, added in 1800. By the mid-19th century the district had become mostly residential but it was never a very fashionable area. This explains why large institutions, such as the British Museum and the University of London, were able to acquire large chunks of the district. Many of the Georgian buildings in the splendid squares have also been taken over by the University, including the 'Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology' and the 'Percival David Foundation for Chinese Art'. The University of London's monolithic Senate House was added in the 1930s. Rooms InformationBedrooms are air conditioned and feature high speed internet access. They are very well equipped and will offer you a warm and friendly environment to rest your head in. You'll have satellite TV, a free morning newspaper delivered to your room, a direct dial phone, a minibar and tea/coffee making facilities. Bathrooms are of course en-suite and are clean and modern.