Visit Holland - The Netherlands

Hotel des Indes ***** in The Hague

A former residence of a seventeenth century aristocrat, this über-luxury hotel opened its doors in 1881 and has been serving artists, musicians, and other celebrities ever since.

It is located down the street from some of the major diplomatic missions such as the American and French embassies, and has also hosted heads of state such as Dwight Eisenhower and Jacques Chirac. Be sure to check out the ultra-luxurious bar and lounge.

5 Star Hotel: Hotel Des Indes, a famous 5-star landmark hotel opened in 1881, is centrally located on an attractive square in the centre of The Hague, in the heart of the governmental and diplomatic district.
Hotel Des Indes

Today, this traditional 5-star luxury hotel offers 76 unique and comfortable bedrooms, 6 classic meeting rooms and a truly warm and personal service.

Furthermore, Hotel des Indes offers a fantastic French Mediterranean restaurant, a comfortable Lounge area as well as a stylish Polo Bar.

The hotel is within walking distance of museums, theatres, restaurants, bars and shopping areas of the city.

The central railway station is a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The hotel has a direct connection to Schiphol International Airport, which is only half an hour by train or 45 minutes by car, with Rotterdam Airport a 20-minute drive away.

Inspiring surroundings for a special event or meeting. The historic and authentic Hotel Des Indes, with its 9 salons, offers inviting packages at attractive prices. This luxurious venue is a fine example of the characteristic style of The Hague. Please call on us to advise you on the organisation of your event.

Hotels in and around The Hague

JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use Google Maps.
However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser.
To view Google Maps, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options, and then try again.



Hotels in and around The Hague

Districts Show me hotels near:

Airports Show me hotels near: