Hotel Des Indes, The Hague * * * * *

54-56, Lange Voorhout , 2514 EG - The Hague - South Holland - Netherlands

The Hotel Des Indes opened its doors in 1881 and has hosted aristocrats, kings, heads of state, and celebrities. Originally a 17th century residence of a personal advisor of King William III, the property was renovated into a luxury hotel. Since then, diverse guests have included Theodore Roosevelt, Jacques Chirac, Tony Blair, Anna Pavlova, Mata Hari and the Spice Girls. Le Hotel Des Indes is a gateway to a proud history. The grand atrium boasts a magnificent drop chandelier; colossal marble columns flanking the spacious lobby add more than just a touch of grandeur. The overwhelming interiors are in direct contrast to minimalism, and recall an opulent era of carriages and top hats. Further highlights include the original light fixings set into ornate plasterwork, and the richness of patterned carpets.

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  • Accommodations:

    • 92 rooms & suites

    • Room(s) available for people with disabilities

    • High-Speed Internet access

    • Flat screen TV

  • Dining options:

    • Restaurant "DesInDes" (French oriented cuisine)

    • Bar "DesInDes"

    • High Tea in DesInDes

    • 24-hour room service

  • Meeting facilities:

    • 8 meeting rooms for groups of 2 up to 350 people

  • Sports/Relaxation facilities and services:

    • 15-square-metre Health Club featuring swimming pool, gym, spa and beauty salon.

  • Other facilities or services:

    • Business Center

    • Valet Parking

    • Private Parking facilities

Superior Room
Executive Room
Junior Suite
Presidential Suite
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