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Hilton The Hague in the historic center

In the historic center of the city and embassy quarter of The Hague, just 165 ft from Panorama Mesdag and a quarter mile from Noordeinde Palace.

Tthe luxurious 5-star Hilton The Hague has free Wi-Fi access in all areas and complimentary access to the 24-hour gym. Other sights, such as Mauritshuis, Peace palace (Vredespaleis) and high-end shopping at Lange Voorhout are just over half a mile from the property.

In the former head office of the Dutch Post, the hotel features spacious guest rooms and suites. Every contemporary decorated room has a work space, and a flat-screen TV with a variety of pay-per-view channels. The bathroom features a separate bathtub and a shower, and free toiletries are provided.

At the hotel's Bar SPARK, guests can enjoy a Dutch beer or a signature cocktail, and Restaurant Pearl serves French cuisine with a local touch. Guests can also meet friends in the lobby or dine outside on the terrace.

The Hague Central Train Station is just over 1 mile away and has connections to Rotterdam, The Hague Airport, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and central Amsterdam. The tram that leaves from Mauritskade, 295 yards from the hotel, takes you to Scheveningen beach.

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