Central Station Kings Cross is a popular three floor bar, with late-night disco and gay cruise clubs in the basement. Often special entertainment, and open very late at weekends.
Rated 2.6/5 based on 9 user reviews Edit business info This is your business
37 Wharfdale Road
London, UKHow to get there: Tube: Kings Cross
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pool table, terrace, coat check, dance floor, cabaret, darkroom, cruising area, golden shower area, smoking area
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Reviews on Central Station Kings Cross
I have been to Central Station a few times the past 5 years mainly was because its not too close to where I live.
I needed to point out, I am a Chinese person and I always was treated very well when I was there. I thought all the staff at the door, coat check and the bar were super nice.
I only went for the SOP night so the smell of urine was expected. I do think the floor and the walls were a bit dirty (I am a filthy pig but I couldn't even get on my knees or dare to touch the floor. Also I wanted to get on my back but no way I was laying on that floor.
Besides the toilet was very dirty, and no door at the cubicals. I think you can still have a clean toilet even for a WS night.
Overall I always enjoy my time there and all the time it was quite busy.
The guy told men I block the entrance for sitting on the staircase on very rude way
But I moved 2 white guys sitting the position for hour chatting and smoking he didn't say a word I think my skin tone was issue the guy with goatee he's so rude
Toilets are so filth
Awful. Hardly any customers. It stinks of piss and feaces. And the management is extremely rude. Avoid at all costs.
There's no management response facility on the site so in response to the last review. The reason for the smell had nothing to do with the activities in the basement bar, the place is power jetted out after every day so is kept clean. It was a blocked drain, sadly it was one that I didn't know about underneath a suspended floor in one of the stores so it took me a little while to find the source of the smell, the floor has been removed and the offending drain unblocked so the smell has now being eradicated. My apologies for not being able to locate the problem sooner. Environmental services have visited and given us a clean bill of health. I care passionately about the venue and it's customers. Having finished upgrading the bedrooms work has now begun on refurbishing the basement bar and will be continuing over the coming weeks.
I have only one thing to say. The smell in the Basement Club-which leaks upstairs to the bar & possibly to the hotel rooms is overpowering & disgusting. I noticed that Martin-the owner-criticised another reviewer for saying the place was rancid. Well I'm sorry but that is the only description for the foul smell that now overpowers these premises. It's an absolute disgrace. Not only that but on some nights punters are expected to pay £5 to £6 entry for the privelidge of being in a club that stinks to the high heavens,hasn't had a lick of paint in years & rarely has more than 15-20 people in it. I think it is worth pointing out to people considering staying in the hotel rooms that the Basement club has hosted..to put this delicately..water sport nights in the basement for many years-twice a week. The stench from this is in the very fabric of the building,there is damp in some parts of the basement. It is obvious to me that the owners have ZERO interest in the health,hygiene and decor of the Underground club and by implication the health and comfort of its customers. Shameful.
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