Luggage Storage King’s Cross
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Who We Are
The First Luggage Storage Network In London!
There’s nothing worse than paying for luggage storage, and discovering that some of your items have been lost or stolen. After finding out how expensive, insecure, or non-existent traditional luggage storage was getting, our founder decided to take matters into his own hands.
Stasher became the first luggage storage service in London and is now the world’s largest luggage storage network with more than 2000 secure locations in over 400 international cities.
Stasher rigorously vets our luggage storage partners for security, and we back our choices with an automatic insurance policy worth up to £1000 for each item you store with us.
But you don’t have to take our word for it. We maintain a 4.8/5.0 ranking from over 20,000 verified customer reviews. Stasher’s stellar reputation in the hospitality industry includes recommendations from the BBC, Lonely Planet, and The Guardian. We’ve also earned customer service awards from Feefo and Visit England. Most recently, Stasher took home Phocuswright Europe’s coveted People’s Choice Award.
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Leave your luggage in trusted shops and hotels around King’s Cross
Stasher maintains several locations to choose from in the King’s Cross/St. Pancras area. Here’s a map of all our StashPoints in King’s Cross and a list of some of the perks we’re proud to offer our customers:
- Most of our King’s Cross luggage storage locations stay open 24 hours. Forgot something in your bag? No problem. You can access your luggage at any time.
- Stasher imposes no size or weight restrictions. If you need to store the surfboard you won’t be using while in King’s Cross, we’ve got you covered.
- Stasher provides 24/7 customer support.
Affordable King’s Cross luggage storage
Stasher’s King’s Cross luggage storage is only £6 per item per day, and just £5 per day after that. We also offer discounts for longer bookings if you require extended-term storage. You can book your luggage storage online in minutes with Pay Pal or credit card.
How it works
Easy as 1,2,3!
Luggage storage in London with Stasher couldn’t be easier.
Download our user-friendly phone app or use your browser to navigate to Stasher.com. If you’ve already arrived at King’s Cross or Pancras station, simply click the “Near Me Now Button” to find the closest storage locations. Otherwise, enter “King’s Cross” into the search bar.
Select the most convenient King’s Cross storage location and enter your approximate drop-off and pick-up times.
Reserve your storage, and we’ll send you a booking confirmation with directions to your StashPoint. All you need to do now is drop off your luggage and enjoy King’s Cross!
Why Store Your Luggage at King’s Cross With Stasher?
With Stasher, you pay a flat fee of £5 per day, and £5 for any additional day! No hourly rates or additional fees.
Select approximate drop-off and pick-up time so the host can get ready for your arrival
Your luggage is safely stored in areas accessible only to the staff and you will be provided with a security tag each time.
This former industrial hub with two interconnecting train stations has gone through a profound transformation, becoming one of north London’s hippest neighborhoods. The area includes 10 new public squares with 50 innovative contemporary buildings.
There are so many exciting attractions around King’s Cross, including idyllic parks, top-notch music venues, outdoor markets, and plenty of kids’ activities. You may even be in town for the free open-air film festival.
But you won’t be able to enjoy any of the many pleasures of King’s Cross if you’re lugging your bags around all day.
We ask for your approximate drop-off and pick-up hours, so we’ll be ready to serve you. However, you can always change your plans.
The easiest way to book luggage storage with Stasher is by downloading our handy cellphone app on Google Play for Android or the Mac App Store for iPhones.
Most of our King’s Cross locations stay open around the clock.
While we prefer that you reserve your luggage storage online, we understand that online booking isn’t always possible. Travelers often find themselves in remote areas with poor internet coverage or can’t book online due to disability or other reasons. In that case, our customer service staff is here to help you 24/7. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for assistance.
Since most of our StashPoints in King’s Cross remain open 24 hours, you can always access your bags to retrieve forgotten items.
What To Do In King’s Cross
You can easily while away an afternoon at Granary Square, located on the banks of the 13.8-kilometer long Regent’s Canal. A former Goods Yard where boats would unload their cargo, the square is now one of the most entertaining spots in the King’s Cross area.
Locals often spend time in the square watching the boats pass by or attending special events like the Floating Cinema. Kids love splashing about the Granary Square Fountains with 1000 water jets and choreographed light displays. Granary Square also makes for a refreshing place to have a bite to eat at an al fresco restaurant or the popular KERB street food market.
King’s Cross Nightlife
King’s Cross has one of North London’s most vibrant nightlife scenes. National and international acts perform at venues like the Lafayette in Pancras Square and Scala, housed in a 1920s Art Deco movie theatre.
The area also boasts two world-class stages: the King’s Cross Theatre and the Bloomsbury Theatre.
Platform 9 3/4
Famous for being the entrance for the train to Hogwarts in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books, Platform 9 ¾ makes for an excellent photo opportunity. Unfortunately, Muggles, like most of us, won’t be able to pass through the wall to go to Hogwarts. However, we can take home some magical souvenirs from the Harry Potter Shop next door.
The British Library
Bibliophiles can get lost for days in the British Library. Even if you don’t have time to peruse the shelves, you can still catch a glimpse of treasures like Jane Austin’s desk and original, hand-written Beatles lyrics.
If you’re looking for books to bring with you on your travels, stop by Word on the Water, a 1920s barge turned into a floating bookstore. Enjoy the live acoustic music while you browse for your latest read.
Little Creatures Brewery
If all that reading gets you thirsty, stop by the Little Creatures Brewery for a frosty pint of Aussi-style beer. The Monday evening happy hour includes £2.80 pints.
Coal Drop’s Yard
You’ll find plenty of interesting galleries, shops, restaurants, and bars at trendy Coal Drop’s Yard. The square features quaint cobblestoned streets, Victorian viaducts, and antique railway arches. You’ll also find interactive art installations, making Coal Drop’s Yard one of the most Instagramable places in King’s Cross.
Lewis Cubbit Square
Bordering Coal Drop’s Yard, Lewis Cubbit Square honors the architect who designed the area’s iconic King’s Cross Station in the mid-1800s. The pedestrian zone on Stable Street hosts temporary art installations, markets, concerts, and other events on a regular basis.
The outdoor markets at King’s Cross are largely responsible for making the area so lively and ideal for exploring on foot. Highlights include:
- The Canopy Market: The Canopy Market offers everything from fresh produce and street food to fine arts and craft beers.
- The Real Food Market: Situated right in front of King’s Cross station, the Real Food Market delights the senses with sustainably produced delicacies like pierogies, pies, and artisanal cheese. The market runs from Wednesday-Friday from 12-7 pm. Make sure you try London’s iconic Crosstown Doughnuts while you’re there.
- Camden Market: Open since 1974, Camden Market set the standard for open-air markets in King’s Cross. The modest 16-stall art market has turned into a full-blown neighborhood with shops, restaurants, and cutting-edge music events, attracting more than 28 million visitors every year.
Part of a global gallery network, Gagosian Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art. London has two Gagosian Galleries, and you’ll find the King’s Cross version at 6-24 Britannia Street.
St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Built in 1873, the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel fronts the San Pancras Railway Station. Take the pedestrian tunnel between King’s Cross station and Pancras Square for a pseudo-psychedelic experience.
The San Pancras area also features the world’s longest champagne bar, just in case you’re craving a little tipple before or after your trip. Searcy’s Brasserie and Champagne Bar serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea with plenty of the bubbly six days/week.
Camley Street Natural Park
Camley Street Natural Park is a nature reserve sitting right in the center of King’s Cross. Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, the park provides a peaceful oasis for locals and travelers alike. The park includes 100 metres of floating reedbeds, providing habitats for a wide range of local fish, birds, and other wildlife.