An independent, spirited hotel, rebelling against the ‘norm’ here in Kings Cross. Housed within our iconic, multi-coloured bowels is the world’s largest mini-bar, our Italian eatery and our gritty piano bar. For people who love London, British pop culture and the occasional jam session.
Whilst we have closed our doors this month, we will continue to support essential business travellers (with documented proof of travel from their employers) and NHS workers at our sister hotel The Gyle.
The Megaro rooms are versatile – catering to your needs, whatever they may be. Whether you’re looking for a room that’ll give you 8 hours of undisturbed sleep or one that you can share with friends after a night on the town, business and pleasure are both suitably catered for.
Check out our popup like no other, POP SAPORI. It’s loud in a fun-loving, acid house kinda way. It’s all about pasta, fresh, local and amazing.
Visit our POP SAPORI site to learn more!
This luxurious Cocktail Bar in King’s Cross is the perfect venue to sit back and immerse yourself in sultry low lighting, jazz and great company as our mixologists craft house specialty and classic cocktails from the finest barrel aged blends deep beneath the Megaro Hotel.
Work party or special birthday. Fundraising night or just-for-the-hell-of-it knees up. Whatever your occasion, we’ve got the space and the facilities you need. Your guests will be impressed with your choice and you’ll feel proud to invite them here.
Benefits of being part of the KX Club are endless – a complimentary upgrade at the hotel, 10% off your bill in The Megaro Eatery (where kids also eat FREE) and you receive an extra 30 minutes of bottomless prosecco or champagne at weekend brunch.
The World’s largest hotel minibar – Minimix sits in the lobby of The Megaro. Part machine part Victorian Steampunk fantasy, guests can help themselves to snacks and cocktails.
In a nod to the history of Kings Cross the bar is littered with references to the four key materials transported by this major transport hub – ice, coal, steel and blue crystalline (the material used by the ‘Murphy’, a tribe of super intelligent mice, to fuel Minimix itself).