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King's Cross St Pancras Tube Station

Opened in 1863, the historic King’s Cross St Pancras station was one of the first Tube stations to open. Serving King’s Cross and St Pancras main line stations, it is an interchange for six London Underground lines making it the 4th busiest station on the network for passenger entrances and exits combined.

With the Circle line, Hammersmith & City line, Metropolitan line, Northern line, Piccadilly and Victoria line all servicing the station, King’s Cross St Pancras remains one of the most connected Tube stations in the city.

How to get to the Crescent Hotel from King’s Cross St Pancras Station

It’s only a short 7 minute walk to get the Crescent Hotel from King’s Cross St Pancras.

After exiting the station, you should come out onto Pancras Road, just off Euston Road. Cross the street and head right on Euston Road for approximately three mins. On your left, Mabledon Place should be appear. Take that left and head down the road until you reach Cartwright Gardens. There you’ll see our Hotel, perched behind the trees. You can’t miss it.

Apps to help you navigate London

There are several apps that can help guide you around London and show you the quickest and easiest way to get from one place to another. 

CityMapper is one of these apps. With accurate, real-time routing and journey planning options for buses, cabs, cycles too, you can be sure you’ll get from A to B in no time at all.

Another great app is Google Maps. With a clean user-interface and fantastic satellite/360° imagery, Maps is a great option for planning your travels in London, especially if you’re walking or cycling. 

The official TFL Go app is another great option for planning your journeys around London. Built around the iconic tube map, you can get live times and see information on platform step-free access and live life status.