St Pancras Hotel Group opens doors to NHS workers with contactless check-in


The three hotels within the St Pancras Hotel group will be providing a safe haven for all NHS staff during the COVID-19 outbreak, offering bedrooms, contactless check-in and sanitising stations to ensure maximum safety.

The three properties in Kings Cross, London, are The Gyle, The California and The Megaro, and with the bedrooms virtually empty, operations manager Christian Kaberg decided to offer the facilities to workers across the NHS.

Offered as a self-service apartment, the rooms offer a flexi booking service meaning no pre booking is required and are available for however long anyone needs them.

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In order to ensure a safe stay, stringent hygiene measures are of course in place and include: Contactless check in; disinfection schedules in all operational areas are being maintained and monitored; sanitising stations are provided for guests and team members alike and all safety procedures are implemented, reviewed and tested for compliance and functionality.

St Pancras Hotel Group is run by founder and owner Tony Megaro. The Gyle was the newest addition to the portfolio when it opened in December 2019.

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