Reviewed by 161 guests
This is a small, friendly, well run hotel, right near the Royal Palace, so very central.
The stylish Paleis Hotel Den Haag is a luxury hotel with a royal character. The hotel is located in a historic building which dates from the 17th century and it has an ideal location. Next to the hotel lies 'Paleis Noordeinde', the work address of King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands, as well as the 'Binnenhof' (Dutch parliament) and the 'Mauritshuis' (art museum). At this central location the many attractions, (luxury) shops, cafés, and restaurants of the city are all within walking distance.
The Paleis Hotel has 20 luxury rooms, all of which have been tastefully and memorably decorated. The hotel rooms are furnished with unique draperies and antique furniture. The remarkable use of colours gives the rooms an atmosphere that is somewhere between classical and slightly daring. Most rooms are equipped with air conditioning; all bathrooms even have floor heating. A number of rooms have a nice view of the beautiful gardens of 'Paleis Noordeinde'. The hotel's public area's, such as the wonderful breakfast room, have been exquisitely decorated with antique furniture, beautiful fabrics, and unique works of art.
The Deluxe and Superior rooms are equipped with a luxury bathroom with a bath or shower. The beds are made with finely embroidered cotton sheets. The rooms are also provided with a television, telephone, wireless Internet, tea and coffee facilities, and a desk. The Executive Rooms additionally offer a luxury king-size bed, bathrobes and slippers, a small refrigerator, and exclusive bath products.Surroundings
The Paleis Hotel Den Haag is located on the Molenstraat, at a central location between the palace 'Noordeinde' and the 'Binnenhof'. At this ideal location all attractions of Den Haag can be easily reached. For example, the 'Mauritshuis' museum is within walking distance from the hotel. The shopping streets 'Lange Poten' and 'Spui' are close by as well. Den Haag also has many squares with lively (outdoor) cafés, such as the 'Grote Markt' (central market), the 'Plaats', and the 'Plein'. To reach more remote attractions, there is a tram stop at less than 300 metres from the hotel.Food and Drink
In the morning the staff serve an extensive breakfast buffet in the breakfast area. On weekdays breakfast is served until 10:00 h.; in the weekends until 10:30 h. The hotel also has an attractive lobby where guests can enjoy a drink. Although the hotel does not have a bar or restaurant, there are a number of restaurants and lunchrooms in the street Molenstraat, where the hotel is situated. The city centre of the Hague also offers a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and bars.
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