Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel
Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel is located about 10 minutes by foot away from London Kings Cross Railway Station, which should not be confused with Travelodge London Central Kings Cross Hotel. On one of my short visits to London, I stayed here for 2 nights back in March 2022.
Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel is located in a quieter part away from London Kings Cross Railway Station.
Heading into Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel.
The check-in time at 3pm was strict. Early check-in even for just an hour early will require an additional charge. Unfortunately, on the date of my visit, the store room for luggage was also full, and I was not able to leave my bag at the hotel before check-in. As such, I roamed around the area for about an hour to get lunch while waiting for check-in time.
At 3pm, I checked in and got my room.
The overall view of my booked Twin Room.
2 separate single beds are provided in the Twin Room which has a proper aisle in between.
Coffee and tea making facilities are provided on the desk, along with the room service menu.
A small TV is available on the wall.
As with most UK buildings, there is no air-conditioning in the room. The window can be opened a bit for cool air to come in, if any.
To help with ventilation, a small fan is provided for the room, located inside the wardrobe.
The small fan can be plugged in on the table near the window to push cool air into the room.
For WiFi, only the first 30 minutes upon login is free. Thereafter, WiFi costs £3 for 24 hours. As I had a local SIM card for mobile data, the limited WiFi wasn’t an issue for me.
The overall interior of the bathroom.
No additional toiletries aside from toilet paper, soap, and towels are provided.
The shower and bathtub are located together. 3-in-1 soap is provided by the shower.
The Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel offers a basic stay in London. The prices may be high by Asian standards, especially when comparing it with Travelodges around here, but it’s already on the lower end of the typical London price for a private room.