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Beautiful architecture & great selection of services across retail & food & beverage. Takes all the best elements of rail service from Japan to Germany & gives a great first impression of England.
One of my favorite train stations. Really cool architecture and a ton of shops and places to eat. The 2012 shop and top-floor oyster bar are must-visits. Oh, and the trains are nice, too ...
Eurostar. Great hotel and restaurants. Lounging areas. Upper floor is much more tranquil and civilized away from the bustle of the ground floor if you have the time to chill before your travel
Wonderful old station, great mix of old & new architecture. Different sections of the station go to different places. Have a nosey at the different statues & watch the trains going to Paris & Brussels
Travellers unfamiliar with London: If xferring from St Pancras/King's Cross 2 Euston (or vice versa), usually quicker to walk if you've no heavy baggage. Tube takes longer & costs a lot 4 only 1 stop!
A really rather grand London station but then that doesn't take much when you see the condition of some of the others! Restored recently and has become a meeting point as well as a train station.
First opened in 1868, then renovated and expanded in the 2000s, this station is a beautiful mix of old and new. Wait for your train at the longest champagne bar in Europe and enjoy!
WiFi is so poor now. Slow, and with the different options available (free for 20 minutes with ads, free for 1 hour wit ads, paid, may be more) it takes forever to get online. It used ok before 😕
This Station is part of the European International Hub an is a terminal for Eurostar.. Good condition, because it is always being upgraded. Very busy station, even at night. Wide coverage.
Sourced deli/market- very good quality locally sourced produce. Good value too, water was a pound. Very rare to have such quality like this in a station or airport. May they prosper.
Got an hour to spare? Head out to Euston rd, turn right and walk for about 300m to the Euston Tao, fantastic range of real ale on pump and keg. You wont be disappointed!
Very nice. Feels like a true international terminal. Comfortable business lounge accessible with Amex Plat. Good restaurants in the building.
The concourse has a lot to offer, including the biggest M&S shop I have ever seen at a station. The high speed link to Ashford is handy for Sussex as well as Kent.
The floors above the grand Victorian station were run as an upmarket hotel, the Midland Grand, between 1873 and 1922. They are currently being renovated and returned to this purpose.
Marks and Spencer's cartons of fruit juice (apple or Orange) are only 85p...the cheapest soft drink I've found on my daily visits to St Pancras and very refreshing!
Looking to grab a coffee? Last time we checked, instead of a £1.50 filter coffee from Starbucks, you can get a freshly roasted organic coffee for only 99p from Pret a Manger (just opposite).
If you are looking for platforms A and B .. they are not even near to 1-4.. in fact god knows where are they... I gave up in finding them in a rush. Crazy way to organise platforms on a station!
Love sitting and listening to the pianos. If you can find a seat that is! Not a big fan of buying from the chains, very expensive. But at least the shops are pretty.
You really do need to be in the main station to get the free wi-fi. No decent signal at Pret, no decent signal at Starbucks... Grab yourself a bench on the main concourse!
Need to recharge a device in the middle of the night? Your only option is to sneakily use the power socket on the Pâtisserie Valerie side of Yo! Sushi. Neither Starbucks nor Costa have any...
Becarefull with the drive or people that wanna help u to send to place that u wanna go with good price..too much cheating person here..dont try to ride this car!!then cheating u tell u used meter..but
Camden Food Co is a great out of the way place to get a coffee and food whilst waiting for East Midlands Trains. I personally recommend the spicy tuna panini.
Easy to locate, booking was very simple. Quick trip across the channel to Paris is easy and peaceful! On the way back, there was a delay on the tracks so it took longer, but that was an anomaly.
After missing their train to Hogwart's, Harry and Ron take the flying Ford Anglia instead. The scenes show them flying past the London St Pancras in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002).
Don't catch a taxi from the St Pancras rank at peak time. You will spend £5 before you even make the first set of traffic lights. Go to Kings Cross. 2 minutes walk.
Free wifi from some of the cafes. No general wifi available and no public phone charging ports. Wifi easier to access from Kings Cross over the road.
If you are travelling on Southeastern from here, always include the high speed option in your ticket - there are no other trains going that way from here!
Very much impressed with the station's acoustic. Despite the hustle and bustle you can still hear the conversation- you can even hear yourself think :)
30 mins to kill? Venture up Judd Street into Bloomsbury, grabbing an authentic coffee & croissant at Les Deux Amis (63 Judd Street), or check out plans for the area at The German Gym (St Pancras Rd)
Rarely for a mainline station, there are toilets (at the far end, ground floor near the national rail ticket office) where you don't have to pay to use them
But an Oyster Card at the Eurostar's bar on your way in. It'll save you from queuing, and it's a lot cheaper than buying single fares
Sourced Market under the main departure boards is good for food. They also sell Monmouth coffee. Alternatively try a burger from Fine Burger Co.
clean and beautiful railway station but one of the custom officer were being snobby just because one of my family member wearing a hijab.
If traveling in eurostar first class, grab the free lebera sim in the front seat pocket magazine and collect it in ICE shop in st pancreas arrival
If you're buying a national rail ticket go to the larger East Mids Trains ticket office - they're much quicker and friendlier than their FCC counterparts
Travelling by the Eurostar is always a bad experience. Not enough space in the departing area and a lot of people using seats for their luggages.
My favourite station in London. The classy 'Booking Office' bar on the first floor serves ice cold (but expensive) beers in pewter tankards.
Head upstairs to the West Cornwall Pasty Co. (Near to the East Midlands platforms). You can't beat a large sausage roll after a few beers.
The outside of St Pancras was once again used to represent King's Cross Station in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011) as the next generation of Hogwart's students head to their train.
Not a lot of seating. So if you get here early, head to one of the many cafés, Le Pain Quotidien is a personal favourite of mine.
Stop in at the Oyster bar on the mezzanine floor. Always calmer than the ground floor, and a glass of Champagne before departure!
Go up to the 1st floor and look at the base of the massive statue of the couple - the smaller sculptures are incredible!
Whether you’re heading up north or taking the Eurostar, you can tell us about non-emergencies by text on 61016 on any railway in Britain (in emergencies dial 999). http://j.mp/text61016
Marks and Spencer will sort you out for nibbles, gifts and wine. Check the larger outlet at the far end of the station
If going to Paris with Eurostar, remember: 2 bags + one handbag. No weight limit since you can carry and put on the luggage racks in the train. Arrive 30 prior to departure
Tip if you're hungry: Great suppers at carluccios on first floor, fixed price for under £10 per person for 1 courses
The Android version of Google maps now shows the indoor layout of the station. Great for locating shops and train platforms.
For Circle/Metropolitan lines you are better off to go to Farringdon and walking across a platform. Saves you walking half a mile underground at St Pancras.
Looking for halal food? Head to Fine Burger Co at south eastern platforms. The chicken and lamb options are halal and yummy !
if you're only in London a day or two the day travel passes are cheaper than an oyster card and you don't have to line up for a refund afterwards