Great Northern Hotel
First opened in 1854, designed by Victorian master builder Lewis Cubitt and now magnificently refurbished, the Great Northern Hotel is the finest luxury boutique hotel in London. Exquisitely re-designed to evoke all the glamour and grace of this iconic building’s extraordinary past, there is no boutique hotel in London more elegant.
Ninety one luxury rooms, three breath-taking departures in design each possessing ceiling-to-floor windows, abundant natural light, beautiful hand-crafted furniture, stunning Lefroy-Brooks bathrooms and free high-speed Wi-Fi, all off-set by cut-glass finishes and Farrow & Ball colour. The Great Northern Hotel is the most enticing boutique hotel in London.
In the heart of London's King’s Cross St Pancras, open to the Western Concourse of King’s Cross Station, only a short walk from Euston Station, just metres from St Pancras International and standing on the intersection of six London Underground lines the Great Northern Hotel has the finest location of any luxury boutique hotel in London. Eurostar trains depart St Pancras International for Paris, Brussels and Lille – from there on to Germany and the rest of Europe. Trains run direct to Heathrow, Gatwick & Luton as well as Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield, Leeds, Glasgow & Edinburgh.Edit
When the Great Northern Hotel first opened its doors in 1854, the passengers of London flocked. The hotel stood at the centre of London’s revolutionary new age of steam. Guests made the Great Northern Hotel a glamorous destination in central London and a stylish point of departure.
- 28 days holiday
- Staff meals
- Childcare vouchers
All applicants must either be eligible to live and work in the UK or must obtain permits to work in the UK prior to application. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.
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