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Beautifully designed and centrally located, this two bedroom apartment makes the perfect choice for four guests visiting The Hague. Housed in a stunning building that dates back to the early 1700s, the lodging blends a historical setting with a fresh and modern interior. This attractive sanctuary is complemented by a prime position in the city’s bustling core, granting immediacy to a range of stores, restaurants, transport links and cultural venues. The welcoming living and dining area boasts handsome wooden floors, tasteful décor, contemporary furniture and floods of natural light. A flatscreen TV is provided for the evening’s entertainment and a high speed Wi-Fi connection allows you to work in comfort or keep you connected throughout your stay. Fully equipped for all your culinary needs, the kitchen enables the option of home dining, with an elegant table on hand for enjoying such tasty treats. Incredibly spacious, the two bedrooms encourage a peaceful night’s sleep in the combination of four single beds. Finally, the luxurious bathroom completes this premium holiday home with a sink, toilet, bathtub and shower.
The apartment would ideally suit business and leisure travellers seeking a base in the heart of the city, providing swift access to all four corners of The Hague. The accommodation can be found just minutes from the central Grote Markt, a small square bustling with jovial terraces. This historical focal point is surrounded by a plethora of retail venues, from the cheap and cheerful Hema to the exclusive Bijenkorf.
Restaurants, cafes and bars are also in abundance, with the neighbouring Chinatown offering an irresistible array of establishments, including the deliciously authentic Kee Lun Palace and the equally tantalising Little V. Several cultural hotspots are easily reachable on foot, with the popular Binnenhof, the enthralling Mauritshuis Museum and the highly recommended Lucent Dance Theatre all accessible in less than ten minutes. The Hague’s bustling Central Station is just two stops on the tram or can be reached through a leisurely twenty minute stroll.