King's Cross, London, England
This hotel is situated in Central London, just a 10-minute walk from the Y Touring Theatre Company, Camley Street Natural Park and the British Library. Guests can also enjoy free internet access.
This contemporary hotel offers meeting rooms, an airport shuttle and 24-hour room service. Staff are available 24/7 and can assist with booking tours and tickets.
Megaro Hotel features modern rooms equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, a hair dryer and a refrigerator. Each provide movies-on-demand, bottled water and a private bathroom with a shower.
London Megaro Hotel features both a restaurant and a bar where guests can relax at the end of the day. Every morning a continental breakfast is prepared in the breakfast room.
Megaro is close to shops, dining and London’s nightlife. Birkbeck, School of Oriental and African Studies and University College London are a brief stroll away.
Room Service, Restaurant, Air Conditioned, Refrigerator, In Room Movies, Bath, Hair Dryer, TV, Shower, En suite, Private Bathroom, Private Toilet
Business Center, Concierge, Tour Desk, Elevator / Lift, 24-Hour Reception, Dry Cleaning, Conference Room(s), Currency Exchange, Safe-Deposit Box, Meeting Rooms, Laundry service, Bicycle Rental, Photocopier, Ticket Service, Luggage Storage, Designated Smoking Area, Self Laundry
Internet is available. Wireless internet on site.
There is an airport shuttle that runs from the hotel.
From 2:00 PM
Prior to 11:00 AM
Megaro Hotel Kings Cross
Megaro Hotel Kings Cross is a stylish boutique hotel with an Art Deco touch, spacious and comfortable rooms, and an unbeatable location for travellers who want to be connected to London’s best tourist options.
The location of the Megaro Hotel is truly ideal, as it is located on Euston Road, just across the street from Kings Cross Station, which gives you access to many transport connections.
As if to give you a clear reference, I tell you that I was able to get from my room to the Eurostar platform in less than 10 minutes.
Kings Cross Station is not only an excellent link for travelling outside of London, but also inside, because it gives you easy access to central and all of London’s areas, as the station is connected with almost every underground line.
The hotel has style and character. On the outside you will find a pleasant and unusual welcome, mainly due to the beautiful colour palette.
The interior of the Megaro Hotel Kings Cross is very modern: in the reception you will find purple velvet chairs, stylish furniture in the corridors, high ceilings everywhere and, in spite of this, the hotel maintains the intimacy that gives the nature of a boutique hotel.
Regarding the services, just a small detail to note. As the Megaro hotel does not have many employees, the attention is a little slow at times, so I suggest you start 20 or 30 minutes earlier than planned and you will not have problems, especially if you are in a hurry to catch the train and/or explore the city.
In addition to the information provided, I must say that the bar staff are always willing to prepare a cocktail, and the hotel staff are always willing to provide information and suggestions on bars, restaurants or places of interest that you can visit.
And for every traveler, there’s nothing more comfortable than 24-hour room service…
Then, the services you will find in the Megaro Hotel Kings Cross are: Bar, Laundry, Restaurant, Room Service and WiFi.
The hotel has rooms that offer space and elegance, with large flat screen televisions. The windows are double glazed, but at times they’re not enough to silence the hustle and bustle of busy Euston Road (I’ll make it clear that this is to be expected, as Euston Road is one of the largest roads in London).
For people who are light sleepy, it may be best to request a higher room. The hotel has 57 rooms in total, 49 of them bedrooms and eight independent apartments.
The hotel has a restaurant on the ground floor and a cocktail bar in the underground. The Karpo is a two-storey industrial brasserie with long marble tables and ivy-covered walls, which gives you a feeling of being both indoors and outdoors.
The menu offered at night is varied, and the breakfast they prepare is particularly good, undoubtedly a superior category to the typical breakfasts served in many hotels.
My suggestion is homemade milkshakes, Benedictine eggs, pancakes and coffee, which is really good.
Please note that breakfast is not included with the normal rate, but you can include it in an additional package.
The Bar of the Megaro Hotel is a real pleasure, which is worth visiting even if you are not staying at it.
The Megaro offers good price/quality ratio of hotels that are in the price range, with reasonably priced rooms for stylish accommodation, an ideal location for the traveller, a restaurant where you can eat delicious meals and a bar with a lot of character that is well worth a visit.
The hotel has rooms with disability access.
Although there are no beds for children, the family-friendly rooms have very comfortable folding beds, where 4 people can sleep comfortably and with space.
Google Guest Reviews
Quirky boutique hotel at a terrific location. The proximity to King’s Cross means great transit options (subway, train) but also a certain level of noise. If you like it quiet, this ain’t the place for you.
Rooms, especially the bigger ones, are likely among the best available at this price range which is around middle to upper limit but competitive to the surrounding hotels (it’s London after all). Comfy bed, great shower and we had an awesome view of the busy King’s Cross station.
Very hearty breakfast, slightly overpriced and a tad too hefty even for English standards. The attached restaurant served fairly authentic Italian cuisine, we thoroughly enjoyed our quick snack there.
Staff is very friendly and tries to make your stay as pleasant as it can get. Two minor gripes: their elevator was either broke or occupied with service personnel, we had to take the stairs a couple of times or wait for ages which was a bit of a nuisance. And they, for some bizarre reason, don’t have an outlet in the shower for the blowdrier.
All in all, highly recommended.
Think they tried to DCC (dynamic currency conversion) scam me too but im not sure, i didnt get a chance to write down the numbers they offered and calculate how much extra it was going to cost. just beware of DCC.