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Eurostar runs direct services every day from the new St Pancras Station to Ashford station and the new high speed Ebbsfleet International station, across the channel to France and Belgium using the new high speed Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL).


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Check-in is 1 hour prior to scheduled departure for all passengers.

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On board Eurostar trains

Eurostar trains are well-equipped with everything you need to make your journey a pleasant and enjoyable one, from excellent catering facilities to a range of seat classes to suit your particular needs. Eurostar offer three choices of travel options; Standard, Leisure Select and Business Premier.

Standard Class
Offers bar/buffet facilties, comfortable seating and family areas.

Leisure Select
Offers spacious, comfortable seats, complimentary magazines and newspapers as well as extensive catering facilities.

Business Premier
Allows passengers a later check-in time, dedicated lounges, complimentary snacks and refreshments, WiFi internet access and spacious seating areas with tables.


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  • 26 Jan 2017
    • From booking to return, couldn't have been easier!!! Price spot on and travel was super smooth sand fast!

      Review by Anon

  • 23 Sep 2011
    Always good but food on train very bad and expensive unless you book well in advance
    • Economy class has airline style food but its worse than worst airline food I have ever had. I got a tray with a few pieces pieces of chicken. The whole thing had the consistency of cardboard and the taste too. Worst of all it was all rather cold. Overall, however, I do like Eurostar and use it often. I do find it more relaxing than the ferry and I like the convenience of already being connected to the French rail network. Plus their is something romantic about train travel that you just don't get on the ferry. The only other complain I might have is that it is quite expensive unless you book well in advance and even then hunt down the cheaper fares.

      Review by Michael and Andrew

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