on November 5, 2012
Den Haque is the city were the Dutch parliament is seated and the third largest city in the the Netherlands. It’s also the city were the queen lives in her palace. It’s a city full of history and beautifull old buildings troughout the city and just wonderfull to wonder around. We went here after our weekend away in Rotterdam. Den Haque is closely located near Rotterdam and within half an hour driving from the International airport of Schiphol. By train there is a direct connection, also to Amsterdam.We stayed in this hotel which is located in the middle of the city. It’s a beautiful large hotel with quiet a lot of rooms. It’s the kind of hotel I aprreciate and even a bit unpersonal. I like to be on my own without to much interference from other people. The hotel is perfect for that. The hotel has a breakfastroom, dining room, meeting facilities and a lobby were you can sit down. Right at the entrance of the hotel you will find the reception were you can check in and leave your key when you go out. A little bit futher our the elevators.The room we stayed in was very modern but comfortable and looks spacious. When you walk in you first have the closet space with hanger and a safety deposit box. On the left you have the bathroom with bath/shower combination, a large mirror and hairdryer. Everything looked very neat and well taken care off. The room itself consisted of a large double bed, television with dvd player, air conditioning, desk and seating area. Modern, comfortable and spacious.We had breakfast included in our price of the room and was served daily in the breakfast room. The breakfast was large and sufficient. There was different kind of juices, coffee, tea, milk and cornflakes as well as different kind of rolls, egss and more. The staff was friendly and fast by restocking everything. A very pleasant experience.It’s a good hotel to stay at especially for the location since it’s in the city center. Everything is near the hotel and it’s wonderfull to come and relax.
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