The building was completed by local experts in green solutions.
The firms in the region who assisted in the renovation include:
Verwol Projectbouw, FSC certifiedArchitect Larry de JagerBinnenhuisarchitect Studio 30-36 and Heering OfficeAll three firms are located within the Hague area.
Their collective expertise has resulted in a sustainable, quality, eco designed green hotel
They have 70 comfortable rooms available and 3 meetings room. All rooms are Non- Smoking.
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The new three star eco- designed Court Garden Hotel has a number of unique features.
It is the first sustainable hotel in Den Haag with an official green approval from the Minister of the Environment designated an Energy label A+ with a Green Key Gold Seal which is soon to be an European Eco label.
During the renovation of the building superior energy saving materials were used in the heating, lighting, insulation, and air quality.
The special warming pump in our heating system ensures that less gas is used and dust particles are minimal.
Many materials in the existing building were recycled in the renovation. Almost all the lighting fixtures were recycled, beams and other interior materials were reused and even ceiling tiles received a new life in the back office.
Only FSC-certified wood or used wood has been used.
This is a very nice apartment in the city centre The Hague.Selfcatering, free parking, free internet , and a very nice owner.
Very trendy, spacious apartment, very clean, good price and helpful owner.
Duinhorst is between Den Haag, Scheveningen en Wassenaar. The camping is quite large with space for tents and caravans. There also are a couple of small huts you can stay in. It's a couple of kilometers from the centre of Den Haag.
The camping has a restaurant, laundry, campstore, tenniscourt, swimmingpool and bycicle rent.
Quite a convenient place. Not too far from the City Centre, but everything you need is within walking distance from my apartment.
A two bedroom apartment, not so big, but suits me fine.
You could say a typical Dutch apartment.
However, there is no air-cond or fan, so can be quite stuffy and hot especially in the hot 30 something degrees temperature.
This isn't a tip but i needed a place to store the picture of my last house. And i can't burn it on a cd now sinc ethis internet cafe doesn't have a burner. So i do it this way...
Always a hearty welcome by Hotel Bellevue at the "Royal City" of the Netherlands. Situated in the bustling heart of the old The Hague and in the immediate vicinity of the beautiful Hollands Spoor station, Hotel Bellevue is next to the red light district and, The Hague Rijswijkse Plein (chanted in a song) is within short walking distance of the hotel, various criss-cross streets and the busy shopping center ...
It is not that fortuitous this hotel belongs to the upmost cheapest hotels of The Hague. Long time ago this area was a popular area to go out and very good friends of me lived at the Zuylichemstraat, just opposite of the Hotel Bellevue, runned by a friend too. A nice friendly hotel with all facilities of a good guesthouse. We went there every morning for a chat with a wonderfull cup of coffee and biscuits ...
Slowly this area got reduced to pauperism in a bad way, and just the beauty of the Hollands Spoor reminds of the good good old days ... and funny happy times. Hollands Spoor is a railway station in The Hague still carries the name of one of these original companies (HS = Dutch Railway).
This camping is located in a green area close to Kijkduin beach (outside The Hague). It's very quiet and clean and you have many facilities : different accomodation types (chalet, villa or camping places), restaurant, bars, swimming-pool, supermarket, playground for kids.
4 stars camping for a 4 stars stay! I loved it!
The camping is in the middle of a park (Kijkduinpark) and thus surrounded by dunes, trees, typical dune vegetation... and you will also find there everything you need for you comfort: supermarket, restaurant, swimming pool and the most important : clean sanitary facilities.
Kijkduinpark is presently situated at the location where the Romans had their settlement eighteen hundred years ago.
You have many Accommodation types: dune villa, chalet or camping pitch.
Kijkduin beach is only a five minute walk away
Close to the Kijkduin family seaside resort and to Scheveningen.
Many recreational possibilities in The Hague
The park is located in a green area; just beyond the park is the Solleveld nature reserve and the Ockenburgh estate
Most accomodation (and best as well) is to be found along the sea at Scheveningen. Here a huge concentration of hotels, pensions, Bed & Breakfast are to be found. Most famous and luxureous of all: the Kurhaus (casino).
Around the town there are some campings and bungalow-parcs that are great for families with children (especially Kijkduin has nice campgrounds).
I know there are some good hotels and youthhostels here, but I don't remember any addresses or names, sorry! You can ask for more information at the tourist information centre (VVV) as well in the station of Leiden as in the centre of town.
Near my house is a campground. Friends of us have a caravan there and we ofter spend some time with them. Its a quiet campground. There is also an other one near the beach, but that one is more for young people.
Very quiet and peasefull campground with a lot of green surroundings.
We life in an appartement and we are very happy here. First we had a snackbar in the middle of Monster but now that we life here, we can see right over the dunes and walk the beach everyday with our dog!
All the rooms are at the same floor!!!
If you are afraid of hights dont come to spend the night at our place....
This caravan is from my friends. They have a great little home dont they?
As you can see there is nothing old or exeptional about it. We live on the top floor. The house consists of a large living-room with a small kitchen attached to it, a bedroom, a bathroom, a small room with nothing than cupboards and a coridor connecting them all. At the back we have a balcony overlooking a canal, then a naerow piece of land with tall trees, then an other canal before there are other houses.
The street we live in is a 'woon-erf' (living-yard), which means that all the traffic (including cyclists and pedestrians) has the same rights of way, and cars can only drive very slowly.
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