Luggage Storage St Pancras

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How it works

  • Book online

    Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.

  • Drop off items

    Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.

  • Enjoy the city

    Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!

About St. Pancras

St. Pancras International Station, or simply St. Pancras, is a central railway station located in Euston Road in Camden, a borough of the city of London. The railway terminal is a major gateway to Europe and serves as the home base for Eurostar, a high-speed railway service that connects London to other major cities in Europe such as Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Lyon, Rotterdam and more. The station also serves other train companies such as East Midlands Railway, Thameslink, and Southeastern. 

The station was named after the neighborhood of the same name (which was named after St. Pancras, the patron saint of children). It was built by the Midland Railway. After the 1862 International Exhibition caused several rail traffic issues, MR thought about constructing their own terminal to form a direct connection from Bedford to London. St. Pancras began operations on October 1, 1868. In 2001, the station was closed for renovations. It eventually reopened in 2007 after going through an £800-million renovation and was officially named as St. Pancras International Station. The redevelopment involved a restoration of the Victorian-era design as well as the addition of hospitality and retail areas. 

At present, St. Pancras serves not only as an entry point to London but also as one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. The station welcomes over 45 million passengers annually. 

Fun fact: The famous Yamaha piano found within the station was donated by Elton John after his impromptu public performance at St. Pancras in February 2016. Since then, it is open for use by anyone and has been played by some well-known personalities such as John Legend and Jools Holland. 

 Things to do in St. Pancras

More than just a train station, St. Pancras has become a beautifully-restored historic site that’ll leave you in awe. In fact, the terminal is considered a destination in its own right, featuring various shops, restaurants, and more. Aside from the fun things to do inside the station, there are also plenty of attractions nearby that are easily accessible from St. Pancras. Bounce recommends some of the best things to do within and around St. Pancras station. 

  • Explore St. Pancras and discover some quirky finds such as the famous Yamaha piano of Elton John, the statue of John Betjeman, and the replica of the Dent Clock.

  • Sip some champagne at Searcy’s, the longest champagne bar in Europe. The bar is found on the upper floor of St. Pancras.

  • Visit the iconic Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station, which was made famous in the Harry Potter films. Look for the luggage trolley that is embedded into the wall and take a photo with it. 

  • Explore the vibrant Granary Square, a canalside hub near King’s Cross station that features more than a thousand dancing fountains that light up at night. The area is also filled with trendy restaurants, most famous of which are Caravan and Dishoom. 

  • Satisfy your bookworm self by visiting the British Library, which is home to over 150 million books that date back thousands of years. 

  • Spend some time chilling out at the Coal Drops Yard, a complex that has some cafés, eateries and bars and is a good area to wander in. 

  • Stroll along the 8.6-mile long Regent’s Canal, a picturesque waterway that connects Limehouse Basin and Paddington Basin. 

Transit Options in St. Pancras

  • London Bus (59, 73, 205, 390)

  • London Underground Tube

Luggage Storage in St. Pancras

London is a huge city with loads to offer – from historic sites and buildings to fabulous green spaces and cultural staples. This is why this melting pot of a city definitely has something for any kind of tourist. With multiple sites to discover and activities to do, your best option for luggage storage is Bounce. We have locations scattered all over the city, making it easy for you to just find one near you and to store your items before you proceed with your plans. 

Luggage Storage Options Near St. Pancras

  • Hyde Park: No doubt the most famous park in London, and one of its biggest, Hyde Park is a must-see when in the city. Aside from the pretty scenery, the green space also has some historical importance as it has been the venue for numerous demonstrations and protests. To explore the entirety of Hyde Park without any hassle, drop off your heavy bag or luggage at a Bounce location nearby. 

  • Westminster Abbey: This Gothic-style church is one of London’s most renowned landmarks and has served as the venue of some historic events such as royal weddings and coronations. 

  • Piccadilly Circus: The instantly familiar square surrounded by big screens and bright lights is London’s answer to NYC’s Times Square and the portal to the famous West End. From theaters to hip restaurants, there’s plenty to be seen at the Piccadilly Circus. 

  • Tower of London: This iconic tower offers guests a look into thousands of years’ worth of history - from being a former royal residence, armory and treasury into a prison where some royal members met their demise. Security is tight in the building, and large bags or luggage aren’t allowed. Instead, you can store your bag with Bounce before visiting the Tower.

  • National Gallery: One of the world’s top art museums, London’s National Gallery, located in Trafalgar Square, features an extensive collection of artworks and masterpieces, such as Vincent Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” and Botticelli’s “Venus and Mars,” among others. For security purposes, the museum does not allow oversized bags and has no area for bag check. As an alternative, you can deposit your luggage at a Bounce location nearby. 

  • London Eye: One attraction not to miss when in London is this giant Ferris wheel located at the South Bank of the River Thames. The ride also serves as an observation deck that allows you to get the most gorgeous views of the city. Leave your things with Bounce before going on a ride on the Eye. 

  • Buckingham Palace: Another well-known London icon, the Buckingham Palace is the Royal Family’s official residence in London. Spectators can determine if the Queen is home or not by looking at the flagpole on top of the building; if the flag is flying, that means she’s at home. When the Queen or her family are away, the Palace is open for tours. If you aren’t lucky enough to tour the inside, you can witness the Changing of the Guards every day at 11:30 in the morning. Big bags aren’t allowed inside, so it’s best to store your backpack or bag with Bounce.

  • British Museum: This impressive museum houses a world-class collection of ancient works and artifacts and has on display renowned pieces such as the Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles and Egyptian mummies. Inside the museum, you will also find some restaurants and cafés as well as an on-site book store. Big bags and luggage are prohibited inside. To avoid any issues, stow your things with a Bounce partner near the area.

Reviews

Andie Haddad

Local Guide

Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check. Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!

Ariel A

This was so cool!!!! Great service, extremely easy to use, and totally affordable! I didn't know where I'd leave my luggage while we explored San Fran, so I easily Googled luggage storage and found this company. At first it was a little odd dropping my bag off at a chocolate store, but the lady at the register was able to immediately pull up my reservation without any problems and then she put a lock on my suitcase and gave me a card to get it back with. She pushed the bag to the back of their storage room and I came back about 6 hours later to pick it up. Great service, I will definitely be using this again when I travel!

Hayley Hewitt

Local Guide

Can’t believe I haven’t used this service until now. So easy & convenient. I 100% recommend.

Isabel B.

I used Bounce during a recent trip to NYC, and I was pleasantly surprised at the ease and convenience of the process. To be honest, at first, I was very apprehensive. The thought of leaving your stuff at a random store, in a place where you are not from and you don't know whether is safe or not, it doesn't matter if anyone gives it a seal of approval, its difficult to be completely comfortable with the idea. However, I was very glad to be proven wrong. The place I chose was a great, clean bodega/deli in Soho and they were very responsive and the whole process felt very seamless. It was our last day in NYC and we had the full day before leaving the city, however our Airbnb was on the upper east side so we did not want to have to go back and forth. I would definitely recommend Bounce for travelers, especially when you need a place to just store your luggage for the day. The price could not be beat (since its for the whole day) and I will definitely be using this again!

Ciara C

Fantastic experience with Bounce! Stored a bag at the Grand Central location and on my last day at the 9/11 Memorial location. Both locations had friendly, efficient staff that were helpful and made everything very easy. Such a great option if your hotel isn't ready or you don't want the hassle of a bag in the city. Great, safe option. Thanks Bounce!

Ching Yuan Y.

Local Guide

Bounce is the best luggage storage service provider in the New York. I sent an email at midnight , and I got an email back in 10 mins. They are not only solve my issue but also provide solutions. You have to try Bounce !!

Frequently asked questions

  • Where is the best hotel accommodations near St Pancras?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near St Pancras are Royal National Hotel, St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, and Hub by Premier Inn Kings Cross. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near St Pancras are Clink78, Generator London, and Clink 261.

  • Where is the best restaurants near St Pancras?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near St Pancras are Flat Iron, Coal Office, and Granger & Co..

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near St Pancras?

    Check out the nearby Gordon Square, Tavistock Square, and Coram's Fields.

  • What are the best museums near St Pancras?

    While nearby, you can check out Wellcome Collection, Foundling Museum, and London Canal Museum.