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Where to Store Luggage at King's Cross Station

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This post covers options for luggage storage for King’s Cross Station in London, including lockers, pick-up/drop-off services, and the sharing economy.



Over the past few years, a variety of different businesses have popped up which offer luggage storage no matter where you are located in London.

Like Airbnb, these services connect you with business owners in the area who are willing to hold onto your luggage for a small fee.


King's Cross Stasher Luggage Map


Each of these companies include insurance coverage for lost or damaged items, so you won’t have to worry about losing anything.


Stasher is one of the best examples of this type of storage, and they’re available at several locations just a short walk from King’s Cross Station.

  • £6 per bag on first day.
  • £5 per bag each additional day.
  • Luggage insured for up to £1,000.
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Learn more about this service.

As you can see, one of the best things about the Airbnb-style option is that rates are much more affordable. It’s also nice that your luggage will be insured for up to £1,000 or more!


Vertoe is another on-demand short term storage service provider now available in London!

  • Many locations are open 24/7.
  • £5.95 per bag per day.
  • Luggage receives tamper-proof seals and insurance.

If you want to learn more about the other companies offering this type of service, check our post covering London luggage storage.



This is another alternative to on-site and nearby storage facilities. The purpose of this service is to collect your luggage wherever you are and deliver it to the address of your choice.

AirPortr is one of the most popular mobile luggage storage options in London. Rates start at £30 per item with prices depending on the distance traveled and other factors.



Visitors who have a long layover may want to consider this over other options, as you can rest assured that your baggage will be safe, secure and right where it needs to be while enjoying your time in London.



If you’re looking for a place to store your luggage at King’s Cross Station, you may want to consider the Left Luggage service.

Left Luggage is a simple storage space that can be rented out on an hourly or daily basis. Prices start at around £7.50 for the first 2 hours and £20 for anything between 2 and 24 hours.

As you can see, these rates can get pretty expensive. That said, there are some more affordable options nearby that you may want to consider instead.

One of the nice things about this option is that you can actually pre-book your storage space ahead of time using the Left Luggage website. T

his is a great way to avoid the issue of space running out before you get there.

The Left Luggage area can be found at Excess Baggage Co. near the entrance to Platform 9. 

This location is available daily from 7:00 am - 23:00 (11 pm).


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Just opposite of King’s Cross Station you will find a company called Access Self Storage. This service is another affordable option to consider which offers storage for 24 hours.

This is an excellent option if Left Luggage has no space or you just prefer to use a different service.

Access Self Storage charges £7.50 per item, per day. Needless to say, this is a much better deal than some of their competitors, and it’s right next to the train station.


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This location is available at the following hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 7:30 am - 18:00 (6 pm)
  • Saturday: 8:30 am - 17:00 (5 pm)
  • Sunday: 10:00 am - 16:00 (4 pm)

You can find Access Self Storage at Belgrove House, Belgrove Street, King’s Cross, London WC1H 8AA.

If you’re looking for an alternative, SafeStore also has a facility just down the road from King’s Cross Station.

This is a great option if you’re planning to stay in the area for longer than a day or two, as they offer storage space for weeks at a time. Every now and then, SafeStore also offers discounts of up to 50% off!



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An American simply by accident of birth, Margaret moved to London over 16 years ago and hasn’t looked back since! With a keen interest in History – and a BA degree to match – Margaret prides herself on her knowledge of the amazing city she calls home and she's been guiding here now for nearly a decade. Social history is her real expertise, with sound understanding of the day-to-day lives of Londoners over the past centuries.
Updated: October 12th, 2021
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