Badhotel Scheveningen

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Gevers Deynootweg 15, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2586 BB, The Netherlands
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Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples80
  • Solo66
  • Business57

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advice to stay in Hague or Rotterdam

by sanjay0deva

Which is a better & lower cost place to stay The Hague or Rotterdam in order to see around those places, prefer b&b as we are a fmly of 4 ,want help in getting to see the places as we stay there for 3 days

Re: advice to stay in Hague or Rotterdam

by ATLC

The Hague or Rotterdam doesn't really differ much price wise.
Try http://www.bedandbreakfast.nl/index.php?lang=en

For The Hague type: Den Haag
Rotterdam is just Rotterdam.

You can look for family accommodation through this link.
Personally I find B&B not much cheaper than hotels in my country.

You could try hostels too:
http://www.stayokay.com/index.php?&language=en
There's a rather spectacular new one in Rotterdam, in the Cubic houses, right in center of town, near a lively nightlife spot at the old harbour, shops and museums all within walking distance (though there is a good metro service too).
This hostel is also right next to train station Blaak, which makes access to The Hague very quick (about 30 mins.).

Re: advice to stay in Hague or Rotterdam

by penny_g

I think the Hague is more recommendable in terms of attractions and history. Yet, this is not the official capital of the Netherlands but all the state administration is there and there are lots of representative buildings in den Haag. Besides, it has lots of monuments, connected to the Dutch history.

The previous replier is right - in terms of prices, they are not too different.

Rotterdam has another charm. There are those small Dutch houses with the channels in front, where ducks and swans swim. It is the biggest harbour in Europe and has foremost modern architecture.

Re: advice to stay in Hague or Rotterdam

by ATLC

Yes, Rotterdam has a tiny part that is what tourists expect (like how it is in Amsterdam). It's called Delfshaven.

The dynamics of both cities are completely different. But it's hardly a choice, both are very near each other.

Re: advice to stay in Hague or Rotterdam

by pieter_jan_v

You might opt for staying at Delft (in between both cities).

Delft is a tourist attraction too and there is bus, train, tram and train connections available to The Hague and Rotterdam.

Accomodations see: http://www.delft.nl/webEN/content.jsp?objectid=44175


PJ

Travel Tips for The Hague

Grote Markt Plein/Bars and Restuarants

by jcsuperstar

This square is where I go everyday to drink coffee, eat brunch, read the newspapers and generally shoot the breeze with acquaintances and friends. There are squares like this in Amsterdam but because they're well known it's loaded with tourists. This tends to make some locations a bit seedy but because Den Haag (the Hague) isn't such a touristy place, it stays a place where local artists and bohemians like to come and meet up. There are 5 bars, 1 club and 4 restuarants so there's enough choice for the traveller that wants to meet up with the local crowd. If you get there, just ask someone behind the bar (you might have to ask a few different bar workers) if Dutch/Canadian photographer by the name of Jan is around and then maybe we could meet up and I could give a few tips. Enjoy your stay. cheers, Jan

visit the Binnenhof, a part of...

by DanielF

visit the Binnenhof, a part of the former castle and the political heart of the Netherlands. It is composed of several buildings around a beautiful courtyard by a small pond in the city centre. You can see more pictures in the travelogue Binnenhof</a .

William the Silent's statue

by Nathalie_B

I already mentioned this name on one of my pages. William the silent was the stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, and Utrecht, and basically founded Dutch independence. He was assassinated by a French Catholic fanatic who shot him in his residence in Delft.
You can see more that one statue of William the Silent in The Hague, this one is found right infront of the Palace Noordeinde.

Museum Mesdag

by Nathalie_B

This is the museum where you can see the private collection of the Dutch painter H.W. Mesdag and his wife. The museum shows paintings by French and Dutch painters from the 19th century, as well as drawings and objects from both The Netherlands and Asia.
The museum also exhibits works of art from other collections, mostly private ones.
It is a very small museum, and it actually has staff of 8 employees only who do everything from moping floors to managing the museum.
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 12-5pm
Admissions: 4 Euro
Address: Laan van Meerdervoort 7f

If you like architecture, The...

by carolineraat

If you like architecture, The Hague is a must. There are old buildings from the Middle ages, such as the Hall of Knights, palaces from the 17th century, and structures built by the architects of the famous Amsterdam school of architecture. Even now, new interesting buildings are being created. On this picture you can see the Haags Gemeentemuseum, built by Berlage. Picture taken May 2002

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Address: Gevers Deynootweg 15, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2586 BB, The Netherlands