London's beautiful and historic St. Pancras Station was built in 1868. The station recently underwent renovation, making it the modern world class terminal for international Eurostar and domestic rail services it is today. St Pancras station provides excellent connections to the rest of London and the UK and is quickly becoming a destination in itself. There are lots of boutique style retail outlets like those typically found in an international airport terminal and St Pancras International offers a full range of shops, bars and restaurants. Hotels near st Pancras can be found via EasyToBook.com. There is a world-class brasserie, Europe's longest champagne bar, and a daily farmers market. There is also Wi-Fi connectivity. Eurostar Lounges are available to work or rest.
The entire area around St. Pancras is currently the focus of a vast regeneration program with new facilities, hotels and attractions being developed. One of the main advantages of the move is that, by using the new high-speed track, journey times between London and the Continent have been reduced by 20 minutes.