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Pocket Guide: The Hague

Hotels @ The Hague

The Hague is the political centre of the Netherlands and is famous for the International Court of Justice that is located next to Vredesplein. In fact, all the embassies and ministries are located there, as well as the Yugoslavia-Tribunal. Aside from all the politics, The Hague has a lot of exclusive stores and bursts with attractions.

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The Hague has a wide range of hotels in offer. Are you looking for a cheap overnight stay? Then choose one of the budget hotels with their cheap double bedrooms. There’s a great selection of mid-range three star hotels on offer, as well as more luxurious four star hotels. If you really want to push the boat out then book a night in one of the city’s grand five star hotels. You can find great deals on all classes of hotel here on

The Hague City Centre and Scheveningen

The Hague has a lot to offer: shop ‘til you drop at the Grote Marktstraat, Spuitstraat and Haagse Passage; 3 popular shopping areas. The ‘Haagse’ marketplace is one of the biggest permanent open air marketplaces in Europe.

If culture is more your thing you can find plenty of gorgeous royal sights in Hofstad, such as the Palace Noordeinde and Palace Huis ten Bosch. The Binnenhof, Vredespaleis or Mauritshuis are also not to be missed.

Next to the Bijenkorf there is a symbolic entryway, which leads to a neighbourhood that will make you feel as if you are visiting a faraway country: Chinatown. Walk through this unique area that breathes Chinese culture and visit one of the many Chinese restaurants, tokos, supermarkets or other shops selling exotic products.

As said before: The Hague is the political centre of the Netherlands. If you are interested in seeing the Dutch politics from up close, then visit the open congress of the Second Chamber. These meetings take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

If you are looking for some culinary delights, the Hague is best known for its Dutch-Indonesian kitchen. Amongst other things you’ll find the oldest Indonesian restaurant here, opened all the way back in 1922.

Only minutes away from the city centre of The Hague lies Scheveningen. This is the perfect place to enjoy a walk across on the pier or visit some of the different boutiques. During warm and sunny days this is the perfect place to relax on the beach and go for a swim in the North Sea. Of course you can also choose to book your hotel here.

What hotel meets your preferences?

How do you find a hotel that meets all of your preferences? It’s easy! Expedia allows you to search for exactly what facilities you want at your hotel. Think about things like free parking, fitness possibilities and fast internet – simply use the filters and search functions on this page.