The Standard, London

Kings Cross, London

London sets the perfect stage for The Standard’s first hotel outside America, and just like The Standard, this city is anything but. We’re joyfully located on the doorstep of the capital’s most exciting exhibitions, mouth-wateringly good food, cosy pubs, live music, shopping hotspots and historic architecture. 


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The Standard, London

Housed in the former Camden Town Hall Annex in London’s thriving King’s Cross neighbourhood, the 1974 Brutalist building has been meticulously restored and sets the perfect stage for The Standard’s first hotel outside America. The Standard, London has 266 rooms ranging from our snug Cosy Core rooms to terraced suites with outdoor bathtubs overlooking the dramatic St Pancras station. 

Rooms Featuring comfy beds, stunning views, Italian sheets, fluffy down pillows, huge TVs, Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth speakers, custom cosy Craig Green robes, access to our 24- hour gym, overstocked minbars, custom bath amenities and DDA compliant rooms. Plus, pets stay free.


Kings Cross, London

Distance from Airport

10.5 miles from London City Airport

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Food and Drink

On the ground floor you’ll find Double Standard, our street facing bar and restaurant home of our legendary burger, Aperol Spritz slushy and our Bottomless Sunday Brunch. Next door is The Library Lounge, where our carefully curated library pays homage to the building’s original use, and, our Sounds Studio, home of our virtual culture hub, Sometimes Radio.  Isla offers an approachable seasonal menu, with a brand new wine and cocktail list. On the 10th-floor is restaurant, Decimo, where Chef Peter Sanchez- Iglesias’ showcases his live fire cooking surrounded by 360-degree views of London.


Our gym comes with equipment ranging from Peloton bikes to free weights, our gym is available to use 24/7.

Local Area

King’s Cross is perfectly located at the crossroads of north, south, east, west whether it be by train, bus, automobile or by foot. The Eurostar terminal is just a stroll away. Then there is King’s Cross itself, today so vastly different from what it was a mere two decades ago, once home to clubs such as Bagley’s and The Cross, today transformed to Coal Drops Yard. With this latest project, urban regeneration is focused on creating a core for people to come together, not just about retail, though there is plenty of that, but about a community experience. 


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