Lined with gracious mansions, neoclassical palaces and embassies, the Hague sits at the heart of one of Europe's most picturesque ports, an hour from Amsterdam, and steps from the sun-drenched shores of the North Sea. The seat of government and the home of the Queen, The Hague also plays host to 150 international organizations, most notably the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court.
Explore the work and life of Dutch artist M.C. Escher, known for his detailed graphic art, mathematically inspired woodcuts and fine lithographs. A collection of over 150 prints, including the mind-bogglingly large woodcut Metamorphosis III, housed in the former WInter Palace of Queen Mother Emma of the Netherlands. Step into an Escher-like experiential exhibit and unravel some of his optical illusions thought interactive puzzle-like exhibits.
The neighborhood surrounding the hotel is home to some of the most desirable addresses in the city. Wander through the L-shaped Lange Voorhout, a leafy enclave with impressive rows of 100-year old private homes and embassy buildings. Hunt and peck for antiques, rare books, prints and decorative items in the popular antique and book market held Thursday during summer and on Sundays during the winter.
Johannes Vermeer's world-renowned "Girl With a Pearl Earring” is a masterpiece that has inspired literature and film, and it’s just one of the many treasures found inside this trove of European art. Housed within a stunning 17th century palace, an exceptional collection of nearly eight hundred works includes inspiring canvases by Rembrandt, Rubens, Jan Steen, and Paulus Potter. An enchanting cache of miniatures depicts French, Dutch, and British royals.
Founded in 1994 by sculpture collectors Theo and Lida Scholten, this is the only Dutch museum that features sculpture exclusively. Designed by Dutch architect Wim Quist, the low lying concrete building appears to emerge from the sand dunes. The works of of a who’s who of international contemporary artists is on display within the museum and in the outdoor garden.
It is only fitting that the principal judicial body of the United Nations is house in an impressive Neo-Renaissance building with a massive carillon and clock tower. Roam these halls of justice on a guided tour of the buildings and gardens, the construction of which was funded in part by steel magnate Andrew Carnegie.
Waves crash against the sandy shore as salty breezes sweep off the sparkling North Sea. Kite surfers skim across the water, seagulls soar overhead at this seaside oasis, three miles from The Hague's city center. Walk along footpaths that wind through stunning dunes, explore the shops at the Palace Promenade, stroll the docks and see the boats in the harbor, and when the sun begins to set, relax with a pre-dinner drink at a romantic promenade restaurant.
Every afternoon, the time-honored tradition of High Tea continues at the hotel. This elegant four-course affair begins with an assortment of cold appetizers, followed by savory hot delicacies.Learn More
Reserve one of the exceptional suites styled with timeless elegance with and all the modern comforts. Perks include a welcome Dutch delicacy in room, daily breakfast and a VIP amenity.Learn More
Linger in The Hague longer by reserving three nights and receiving a complimentary fourth night. This offer includes daily breakfast for two and a stay in a Superior Room.Learn More