Welcome to Dior Escorts' King's Cross gallery! We hope you enjoy your browsing through this gorgeous collection!
People have been living in this area for hundreds, if not thousands of years, but it was known as Battle Bridge before King's Cross. The area got its name when in 1830, a large 60ft statue of King George IV was erected next to a major crossroad, which bred the name that we know it by today - King's Cross. The statue has been torn down by now, because of a large uproar caused by people.
A long time has passed since then but the area's business has never faltered. Today, King's Cross is a busy area both for the train station that brings in thousands of people every day and for the countless office blocks that have built up their businesses over the years of staying there. While truly busy, it is this exact business that brings a lot of traffic to the escort market especially in King's Cross - after all, what is better after a long day in the office than relaxing with a stunning hot babe?
King's Cross and the escorts within are continually growing and that is why Dior is doing everything we can to keep up with the growing demand of hot escorts in the area which is why we are constantly adding new girls to our selections everywhere! And, if you don't see anyone who specifically takes your eye, then worry not because King's Cross Station is incredibly close to a number of other escort hotspots in the city such as Marylebone, Baker Street and Edgeware Road!
Following the toppling of the King George IV Statue, King's Cross railway station was built soon after, in 1851. Even back then, there were countless new and old faces coming in and out of King's Cross which is why the area has had a long history of hotels. Currently, this area is still populated by a number of hotels today, such as
This hotel is very affordable and comfortable, so if you're looking for a night to spend somewhere and with someone, Premier Inn is one of your best options
This is a well known and famous hotel with excellent ratings and gothic architecture, gorgeous decorations and generous rooms.
But who was St Pancras? Your answer is a 14 yr old Christian orphan who was ‘martyred’ in AD 303. The first St Pancras church was built near Canterbury with the second built near Camden soon after, if you want to read more about stuff like that I am sorry but this is not the site for you, would I would strongly suggest is you leave the history books at home and get ready for the hottest date with a Kings Cross escort.
But more to the present day agenda, whatever your musical tastes are you are sure to find something to meet your fancy. From ‘The Big Chill House’ spread on 3 floors of a listed building on Pentonville Road N1 to the stylish venue known as ‘Egg’ with its open terraces and bright neon-lit rooms residing on York Way N7. if you like to indulge in good food then why not head to the ‘St Pancras Grand Brasserie’ where you can sample the true thoroughbred taste of traditional British food.
This is situated in the upper part of the St Pancras international station where you could then leave an have a leisurely stroll to walk off your food in the charming Camley Street Natural Park. Kings Cross station is massive; it is so big in fact that a complete documentary series was filmed there about the going on of the staff and the commuter’s that use the station everyday.
A Historic atmosphere with your Kings Cross Escorts
The station opened in 1852 and is not just a over ground station but an underground, six lines all meet there, one as well, it serves most of the East Coast of England and people commute every day from places like Leeds, this is what helps making our Kings Cross escorts so great. The fire which happened there in 1987 was a terrible one, 31 people died, because the escalators caught fire, they were wooden in these days.
Kings Cross station is massive; it is so big in fact that a complete documentary series was filmed there about the going on of the staff and the commuter’s that use the station every day.
The station opened in 1852 and is not just an over ground station but an underground, six lines all meet there, one as well, it serves most of the East Coast of England and people commute every day from places like Leeds, this is what helps to make our Kings Cross escorts so great. The fire which happened there in 1987 was a terrible one, 31 people died, because the escalators caught fire, they were wooden in these days.
But lets forget about times gone past, they are behind us what we should really look at is the here and now because Kings Cross has so much to offer us , places like the Hurricane Room, Grays Inn Road are at the forefront of peoples minds, these types of places have everything and caterer for lots of different peoples wants and needs, an old petrol station has been converted offering Californian and Mexican street foods, if you want something new then go and visit, the details are; Shrimpy's, Kings Cross Filling Station, Goods Way, N1C 4UR
As the time goes by our Kings Cross escorts get more and more popular, is it because the area is so busy – remember people are coming and going from here all day long or is it the fact that they are so good at what they do.