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Comfort Inn Kings Cross
2-5 St. Chad's Street
Kings Cross
London

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Comfort Inn King's Cross was awarded Best Comfort Hotel of the year in the UK & Ireland. Retaining its Georgian façade, it has been recently refurbished in a contemporary style. Although being in Central London the hotel is located in a very quiet street. Just a few minute’s walk to King's Cross, St Pancras, Thameslink and Euston Station –all of these rail stations also have associated underground / subway Stations. Ideal for both business travellers, London tourists, conference and business delegates, or just travellers passing through and using London’s main rail gateway to the north of England and Scotland. All bedrooms are attractively furnished and decorated. Each room has a private en-suite shower and non-smoking rooms are available if requested prior to arrival. We also have wireless internet connection should you wish to use your laptop. A complimentary continental buffet breakfast is available during your stay with us. We have a small air conditioned lounge for you to meet & greet your friends and family.

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