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Where to store luggage near London Charing Cross Station?

Let us guess. You have a London city trip on your mind! Charing Cross railway station’s central position makes it an excellent checkpoint for all things cultural. From iconic museums such as the National Gallery or the National Portrait Gallery to the legendary Trafalgar Square, this station at the heart of Westminster is surrounded by fascinating places to discover on foot or via public transport. One mistake to avoid is to let your luggage get in the way of your London adventure! Don’t be that person looking for a last-minute solution to drop off their heavy bags and enjoy their city tour properly. Book luggage storage instead! Nannybag provides travellers with secure luggage storage close to Charing Cross for only £6 a day per luggage. Say goodbye to bulky suitcases, and let the fun begin!

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How does it work?

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Select the nearest location and the time slot of your choice, depending on your activities.
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Go to the address indicated on your reservation: entrust your luggage to our partner in person.
Enjoy your stay
Now that your luggage is safe and your hands free. It’s time for museums, restaurants, and shopping!

How much does luggage storage cost near London Charing Cross Station?

Our prices are flat, regardless of the size and weight of your luggage. No need to overthink it!

£6 per 24h and per luggage

Luggage protection and free cancellation included
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Learn more about London Charing Cross Station

Located in central London, in the Westminster district Charing Cross Stations lies east of Trafalgar Square and northeast of Whitehall. Charing Cross station is Britain’s sixth-busiest railway station and the most central one and took its name from the central London crossroads where it was built. The station includes six platforms and first opened in 1864 on the former site of Hungerford Market. Over the years, Charing Cross station also became famous for its Victorian replica of the 13th-century Eleanor Cross, which was erected in front of the station in 1865. Charing Cross railway station also played a crucial role in World War I when it was used as the main departure point for soldiers leaving to fight on the Western Front. In 4 years of war, hundreds of journeys departed from and arrived at Charing Cross Station. Some brought soldiers to their destination, and some brought the injured home. On Boxing Day 1918, King George V and US President Woodrow Wilson famously met at London Charing Cross. Sadly, Charing Cross’s closely intertwined story with wars doesn’t stop there. World war II took a toll on the French renaissance building: on October 8th, 1940, a train was struck by a bomb, and in April 1941, four trains were set on fire, and a parachute mine landed next to platform number four. The railway was so damaged that it took long months to repair and reopen.

If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes, this place should ring a bell! Charing Cross is often referred to in both The Adventure of the Abbey Grange and The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez. Charing Cross station is quite close to Covent Garden, a major entertaining neighbourhood of London full of theatres, museums, and fashion boutiques. In case you didn’t know, it’s also a perfect spot for avid readers: Charing Cross Road is famous for its second-hand bookshops.

Charing Cross railway station is connected to two London Underground stations: Charing Cross and Embankment.

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Things to know about London Charing Cross Station

I need more information about my train, and I can't find it online, what should I do?

If you’re having trouble finding online information about your train, your best option is to call National Rail Enquiries at the following number: 03457 48 49 50. This service provides information for all passenger rail services on England's National Rail network.

Which metro lines serve Charing Cross station?

Charing Cross is served by underground lines Bakerloo and Northern. Charing Cross metro station access is located on the left of the ticket office, down the stairs, or via the escalator.

A problem passengers often encounter in Charing Cross is the difficulty to find where Embankment is. To get to Embankment, you must take a right onto The Strand and then go right again down Villiers Street. From there, Embankment is only about 250 meters ahead of you. Embankment is served by lines District, Circle, Bakerloo, and Northern.

Where can I find public toilets at the Charing Cross station?

Charing Cross’s public toilets can be found between Boots and Caffe Nero. The station also provides a baby change space located just between Marks & Spencer and Whistle Stop. Accessible toilets are available near the central Strand exit.

Does Charing Cross have free wifi?

Yes! Charing Cross provides free, unlimited, and child-friendly wifi. To connect, select the network named “#FreeStationWiFi”, accept the terms and conditions and click on “Connect”. 

Does Charing Cross have left luggage?

Charing Cross has several luggage storage options, but the best one is Nannybag. Our left luggage company provides secure left luggage near London Charing Cross and all around London for only £6 a day, with insurance included and zero hidden fees.

I lost my phone in the Charing Cross station, what do I do?

If you lost your phone inside Charing Cross station, react as quickly as possible and fill out this online form. Charing Cross has a lost property counter open every day from 7 am to 11 pm. If you lost your phone while on a train, you may also call the following number: 0845 000 2222 or fill out an online report.

What are the rules regarding COVID-19 at Charing Cross station?

As the conditions applying depend on the sanitary situation, COVID-19 regulations are subject to regular changes. On a general note, face masks are currently not mandatory but highly recommended, as well as observing COVID-19 safety rules. Touched surfaces are regularly cleaned by the station’s staff with antiviral sprays. Free hand sanitizers are also available whether you heading into or out of Charing Cross.

Where can I charge my phone at Charing Cross station?

You’ll find electric plugs in several places, but the easiest options are the station’s waiting room or one of the coffee shops or restaurants available on the spot, where you’ll be able to charge your phone as you enjoy a quick snack or a meal. 

What is the access for disabled people at Charing Cross station?

Charing Cross has step-free access from the Strand. Charing Cross’s forecourt is cobbled, but there is pavement on one side. Passengers can get help with mobility or luggage by calling 0800 783 4524 in advance. Wheelchairs and assistance can also be requested at the Southeastern information desk, open Monday to Saturday from 06:30 to 22:00 and Sunday from 07:30 to 22:00.

What are the must-see places near Charing Cross?

As London's most central railway station, Charing Cross is close to many of the city’s cultural sites. Our top 3 suggestions are the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, and Trafalgar Square. The British Parliament and Westminster Abbey are also nearby. 

What are the public transport fares around Charing Cross Station?

Charing Cross is located in zone 1, with fares depending on your destination zone. If you pay cash, the following fares will apply:

Zone 1: £6.30

Zones 1-2: £6.30

Zones 1-3: £6.30

Zones 1-4: £6.30

Zones 1-5: £6.30

Zones 1-6: £6.30

Zones 1-7: £7.80

Zones 1-8: £9

Zones 1-9: £9.30

How much credit should I put on my Oyster card?

Obviously, like any trip in general, your budget for transport depends on your plans. Here are some useful indications to give you a rough idea of what to expect when it comes to transports fees in London:

  • What you’ll get for £20: a return journey from Heathrow, plus enough charge to travel around Central London for 1 or 2 days.
  • What you’ll get for £25 to £30: a return journey from Heathrow, as well as travels around Central London for 2 to 3 days.
  • If you’re planning on frequently traveling for 7 days straight or more, you should know that a £50 Oyster card ****is the best option.
Where to use a Visitor Oyster Card?

Visitor Oyster Cards can be used on a wide range of transport, which makes your visit to London easily manageable. Oyster cards can be used on:

  • London Underground (also known as the Tube)
  • London Overground
  • Most National Rail services in London
  • London buses
  • South London trams
  • Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
  • IFS Cloud Cable Car
  • Gatwick Express
  • Heathrow Express and TfL Rail
  • Thames Clipper River Bus
How do I get to London Waterloo from Charing Cross Station?

The quickest way to go from Waterloo to Charing Cross is the underground, on the Northern line, which is only two stops away and takes about 4 minutes. 

Can I reach the London Bridge from Charing Cross Station?

Sure! There are several ways to get to London Bridge from Charing Cross: you can take the Southeastern train, only two stops away and an average 7-minute ride, or take the tube District Line from Embankment (5 stops and roughly 6 minutes). 

How far is the National Gallery from Charing Cross Station on foot?

London’s National Gallery is only 3 minutes away from Charing Cross Station on foot.

Are there any parks near Charing Cross Station?

Yes, Charing Cross station is conveniently located close to the Whitehall Gardens and Victoria Embankment Gardens, where visitors can see one of Cleopatra’s needles. This monument is half of a pair of ancient Egyptian obelisks and Its second half is in New York's Central Park.

Nannybag luggage storage near London Charing Cross Station

Thanks to an extensive network of hotels and local shops near London Charing Cross Station, Nannybag luggage storage provides travelers with cheap and practical luggage storage facilities to drop off their suitcases safely and enjoy everything London Charing Cross Station offers. Luggage coverage is included in the price, and customer service is available 7/7. Nannybag is proud to collaborate with prestigious hotel groups such as Accor to ensure that you always find available luggage storage a few minutes away from the main points of interest, metro, and train stations.

Why store luggage with Nannybag?

As a convenient, affordable, and fully insured service, Nannybag is a platform that connects you with local hotels and stores with extra space to store your luggage.

By entrusting your bag or suitcase to Nannybag near London Charing Cross Station, you are choosing:
a 24/7 service near London Charing Cross Station
a wide choice of storage locations all over the city and not only in train stations.
to entrust your luggage to a professional who takes care of everything (reception, labeling with a numbered luggage tag, guarding your luggage) in less than 2 minutes.
a storage location that we have selected and validated according to strict criteria
safe luggage storage with some of our major hospitality partners, such as AccorHotels, Louvre Hotels, etc.
absolute confidence: we have an average rating of 4.6/5 over 7890 reviews on Trustpilot 🤩
an included protection of up to €1,000 in case of breakage, loss, and theft, which grants you extra peace of mind.
easy and free cancellation up to the time of your drop-off
customer service available 7 days a week

Where are the luggage storage facilities near London Charing Cross Station?

The best luggage storage facilities near London Charing Cross Station are only minutes away! Remember this during your stay near London Charing Cross Station: our ultimate goal is to provide you with a Nanny (the cute nickname we gave our partners ❤️) wherever you need one. And knowing how valuable your time is, we wouldn’t want you to change your travel plans near London Charing Cross Station because of a luggage problem.
Whether you need to store your luggage near London Charing Cross Station because you just arrived near London Charing Cross Station or because you’re leaving the city in a few hours and want to make the most of your last moments, we have cheap and secure left luggage just a few minutes away on foot All you have to do is type London Charing Cross Station in the search engine of the Nannybag app (or website!) and see for yourself which Nanny suits your needs best! Most of our London Charing Cross Station Nannies are open 24 hours a day, or until late at night, and seven days a week.
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How to store luggage with Nannybag?

Booking luggage storage with Nannybag is easy!
1️⃣ Use our interactive map to find the best storage location according to your plans
2️⃣ Pick your drop-off and pick-up times
3️⃣ Pay securely online and get your booking confirmation!

You’ll instantly receive a booking confirmation email to inform you that your spot has been successfully reserved. It’s even easier than packing a suitcase!

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