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Really liked bits of this hotel... great location for Kings Cross, tube etc. and classy decor throughout. Bed was very comfortable!! I stayed in a smaller room (a Wainscott?) and - as a tall guy - couldn’t stand up on one side of bed as...More
Perfectly positioned next to the great St Pancras and Kings X main line and metro stations the hotels small entrance belies a fascinating and modern hotel. Turn right, its not signed to reception...and the doors open towards you, and be welcomed by a light airy...More
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Response from Benedict e, Director of Rooms at Great Northern Hotel, A Tribute Portfolio HotelResponded 8 January 2018
Thank you very much for your wonderful review.
I am thrilled to hear that you had such an enjoyable stay with us, and in particular that you received such a tremendous welcome from Begoña.
I am also really pleased to hear that you found the...More
Amazed by the sense of seclusion and peace at such a central location. A really lovely hotel with characterful rooms that reflect the railway heritage. I had a fantastic meal as room service and everything was cooked fresh to order at breakfast. Friendly staff and...More
I was in town for a week of meetings on the east end. I usually stay around Paddington because of the easy access from Heathrow after a red-eye. This was an real treat for for the hotel and the surrounding area.
I think a great hotel needs location, exceptional staff, well appointed rooms that don’t make you wish you were at home and surprising touches that remind you of Home.
Welcome to the GNH. From the first point of contact I was made feel welcome and...More
After staying one night in a room that was too small, we upgraded to a larger room (we had two suitcases and two carry on bags)....the larger room was by no means super sized but fit our needs quite well.
Response from triman555 | Reviewed this property |
yest there is, you have to aim for the pub, whose door is on the right of the concourse as you face out, barriers behind you, and you turn left in the pub, up the steps and reception is just the other side. Pub might be busy... More
yest there is, you have to aim for the pub, whose door is on the right of the concourse as you face out, barriers behind you, and you turn left in the pub, up the steps and reception is just the other side. Pub might be busy so getting past might take a few seconds more OR just simply walk out, into the fresh air, turn right and follow the wall, and its 40 metres, and a flat entry, doors open out towards you, then you don't have steps should that be an issue
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"Some rooms are really small but generally quiet, though some rumbles from the underground."