Occupying the former Camden Town Hall annex in London's King's Cross district, The Standard's first hotel outside America is housed in a restored Brutalist-style building dating from 1974. The hotel is located right in front of underground stations and St Pancras International station.
Including a flat-screen TV, all room types are uniquely decorated and include a private bathroom.
On site, you can enjoy an eclectic library or attend concerts and lectures held every week at the Sound Studio.
The Double Standard Restaurant serves lunch, drinks and meals in a relaxed atmosphere. Guests can also enjoy a seasonal, coastal-inspired menu at Isla Restaurant, which has a garden. These two restaurants are managed by Executive Chef Adam Rawson.
Since October 2019, the exterior red elevator has directly served the 10th floor, where you will have the opportunity to admire a 360-degree view of London from the open kitchen restaurant of chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, specializing in fire cooking .
It is the preferred area for travelers visiting London, according to independent guest reviews.