Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel, The Hague
90% recommend this hotel
  • For stays longer than 90 days, please call 866-539-3446.
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Avenue Culinair

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La Casa del Habano

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Courtyard Rusthof

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Mesdag Museum

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Shopping in The Hague

Hotel Des Indes is nestled in the heart of the city at the edge of a well known leafy square (Lange Voorhout). The surrounding buildings make up the government and diplomatic district, which is quite vast in The Hague, since the city is home to a wide variety of international organisations and peacekeeping forums.

History comes to life in antique shops, world-renowned museums, and centuries-old theatres dotted all over the city, but especially in the beautiful areas neighboring Hotel Des Indes. Visit the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis to see the work of Vermeer and Rembrandt, among others. Mauritshuis houses The Royal Cabinet of Paintings, one of the world’s most famous collections, and stands amidst the 17th century mansion of the governor-general of Dutch Brazil, John Maurits, Count of Nassau Siegen.

A visit to The Hague is not complete without seeing the utterly charming Madurodam, only 2.5 kilometres from the hotel. Madurodam is a Dutch city built at 1:25 scale—it includes miniature models of major and symbolic Dutch landmarks and displays traditional Dutch architecture in a beautiful setting. The local youth council even elects a mayor for the tiny town.

Queen Beatrix chose to make the lovely Noordeinde Palace her place of work in 1984—before that, it was the place of residence for Dutch Stadtholders—it housed the monarchy.

And today, Knight’s Hall, the castle by the sea built so many centuries ago that began the history of The Hague, plays a major part in Royal ceremonies.