St. Pancreas Chambers
St Pancras Chambers sits amidst such London landmarks as Big Ben, Tower Bridge and the Natural History Museum. It is the perfect place to stay during the London Olympics 2012. It is a stunning Grade 1 listed gothic building. Recently renovated, this building combines history with chic, modern comfort. With its great location and easy local, national and international transport links St Pancreas Chambers is a perfect base of the London Olympics 2012. This apartment is impeccably finished with stylish modern furniture and retains features such as original beams and polished floors.
There is one bedroom and two funky sleeping ‘pods’ and many luxury facilities such as room service, Wi-Fi and a personal welcome. The apartment’s design ethos is a seamless mix of contemporary open plan and cosy, well-thought out nooks and crannies. The living area is stylish and comfortable, the brand new kitchen is modern and fully equipped to the highest standard. The master bedroom has a super king-sized bed and TV. The bathroom is slick, hip and well stocked with fluffy towels. One of the most innovative features of this apartment are the two sleeping ‘pods’ ideal for two children or one adult.two sleeping ‘pods’ ideal for two children or one adult.
The area surrounding Bloomsbury is served by several London Underground stations, although only two of these (Russell Square and Euston Square) have entrances in Bloomsbury itself. The other stations, located on the fringes of Bloomsbury, are Euston, Goodge Street, Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road, Holborn, Chancery Lane and King's Cross St. Pancras.
The mainline rail stations Euston, King's Cross and St. Pancras are all located just north of Bloomsbury. Since Wednesday, November 14, 2007, Eurostar services have relocated to St Pancras, promising shorter journey times to Paris and Brussels and better connections to the rest of the UK. Bloomsbury is also home to the disused British Museum tube station.
It is well served by buses, with over 12 different routes running south down Gower Street, and both north and south through Russell Square. Route 7 goes along Great Russell Street, past the British Museum, and on to Russell Square.