St Pancras International

London, England
4.7 / 10
A railway junction in central London. It was built by the architect W. Henry in the 19th century. The station building is a typical example of the neo-Gothic style characteristic of the Victorian era. Trains from continental Europe and neighboring counties arrive here. The single red-brick architectural ensemble, together with the station, makes up the five-star Renaissance Hotel.
St Pancras International
Address:Euston Road, London
Phone:+44 20 7843 7688
Hours:monday: Open 24 hours tuesday: Open 24 hours wednesday: Open 24 hours thursday: Open 24 hours friday: Open 24 hours saturday: Open 24 hours sunday: Open 24 hours


A wonderfully rejuvenated railway station. I've many happy memories from childhood, sitting on the platform late at night with my Mum, waiting for the midnight home and watching the mail and newspapers arrive by van. All that's changed, the station t.. Read more »


A vibrant station with plenty to keep you occupied while waiting for a train. The lower concourse provides an array of high end shops. The station links to the underground network as well as all the other Transport for London links. But don't forget .. Read more »


Great station, restored with consideration and taste. Plenty of high quality shopping options here, some people come here for the day. Outside in the local area and Coal Drops Yard, there are plenty of great bars, restaurants and shops. An amazing d.. Read more »


This is a very impressive train and tube station. It has been very well designed and has a huge amount of shops inside to visit. There are also clean toilets which are free. There are a number of coffee shops and bakery stores to buy drinks and foo.. Read more »


I have been to many stations and this is one of the very best. It is warm in winter. Its architecture is magnificent. It has an enormous range of shops and eating places. Of course, they are mostly quite expensive but the same is also true of all the.. Read more »


Pleasant, efficient, and very large station. National, international, and Underground trains can all be accessed here. Also, a large number of stores are contained within the station offering everything from clothing, jewelry, and luggage to food and.. Read more »


The high Victorian railway station is the most photogenic station in London, and the only with international connections. The shop includes a sufficient number and value of upscale shops to double as a shopping centre. Excellent tube connections to n.. Read more »


Wonderful station. Clean, bright, well-made signs with good fonts and pleasant staff.


My mother and I were at the station to top up our metro-cards as we were going out of the city to visit my uncles. When we used one of the machines it had given me £1.00 less than intended for the change. I should have been given £5.00 not the £4.00.. Read more »


It looks fab. Refubishments have made it even better, if that's even possible! Great way to acsess the midlands, the south east and the continent!


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