The Hague is the country’s political centre. In The Hague’s historic inner city, one can hardly move for all the ancient monuments, dazzling palaces and stately squares and avenues. Amongst all this splendour and majesty, you will also find The Hague’s most beautiful hotels – hotels where you book more than just a night’s stay. The Hague is home to the royal family of Holland, and when you book a hotel in The Hague, rest assured that you, too, will receive the royal treatment.
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- Come to know and experience everything The Hague has to offer.
- Find out more about accessibility and parking in The Hague.
The Hague is home to countless unique, world-class hotels. In a beautiful spot among the palaces and mansions along Lange Voorhout you will find The Hague’s most famous hotel, Hotel Des Indes. Less famous but no less deserving candidates are the Carlton Ambassador Hotel and the Hilton Hotel located next to the famous Panorama Mesdag and Holland’s art street, Noordeinde. If you prefer a hotel with a view of the political centre of the city, you’ll be right at home at Novotel Den Haag City Centre and Corona Hotel.
Discover The Hague
The Hague has much to offer, from numerous historic , each of which is worth a visit, to atmospheric squares and shopping streets that are a treat to explore. The Hague also boasts various splendid palaces, such as Huis ten Bosch, the residence of Princess Beatrix. Finally, another must-visit is the Mauritshuis home of 'Girl with a pearl earring' and countless other works by the old masters.
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Hotels in The Hague come in all shapes and sizes, from pleasant family hotels to luxury design hotels. Our full range includes hotels of all types and for all types, whether you’re travelling alone, in a group, on a lavish or tight budget... View our full range of hotels in The Hague and find the hotel that’s right for you.
Accessibility and parking in The Hague
The Hague lies about 40 minutes’ worth of driving from the Dutch capital of Amsterdam and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Train connections to The Hague are also excellent. If by car, be attentive as to where you may and may not park – most of The Hague and Scheveningen’s centres are paid-parking zones seven days a week. The Hague’s centre has various parking garages that charge reasonable rates; for cheap parking, use the P+R areas along the A4, Transferium ’t Schouw and P+R Hoornwijk.
More about hotels, hostels and bed & breakfasts
In addition to the many hotels of The Hague, you can also view and choose from accommodations in other cities here. Try hotels in Amsterdam, hotels in Rotterdam, hotels in Scheveningen and sea-side hotels