Hotel Des Indes is located in The Hague, overlooking the city’s main square. Originally built as a town palace, the hotel opened its doors as a luxury hotel in 1881 and ever since has hosted kings, heads of state, aristocrats and celebrities.
- Luxury hotel with 92 rooms
- A landmark for The Hague
- Built in 1881
The historical grandeur and understated elegance of the property, together with the discrete modern technology, makes Hotel Des Indes the place to stay in The Hague for the sophisticated global traveler. Willem D.A.M. Baron van Brienen van de Groote Lindt en Dortsmunde instructed architect A. Rodenburg to build the stately mansion, which has now turned into the magnificent hotel which has had a number of famous guests, such as sheik Feisal of Saudi Arabia, Mata Hari and Josephine Baker.
Experience the Health Club
The Hotel Des Indes also offers its customers a luxurious experience in their Health Club, where a swim can be enjoyed in the indoor heated swimming pool, followed by a steam bath, sauna, or the solarium. All in all, Hotel Des Indes is an great hotel for an ultimate stay.