Stayed in a two-bed private room, €65/night. This location felt much more institutional than the other Stayokays we visited (Texel and Egmond) - it's an old school and it feels a bit shabby in places. The room was clean and big though, and staff were polite and helpful. Breakfast could have done with a bit more variety. Short walk from the centre of town, bike parking is very secure - through two locked doors, so if you're bike touring you can be confident that your bike won't get stolen. Didn't have any problems with noisy guests, but this location seemed to attract more school groups/teenagers than families. On the whole, it's ok, but if I returned to the Hague I'd be inclined to look for a hotel/B&B next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hague, lovely town behind the dunes. Visit the Binnenhof, the Peace Palace, the city’s numerous shops and sidewalk cafés, the palaces and museums or simply take in some fresh air on the beach in Scheveningen and wander through the dunes. Stayokay Den Haag will give a truly regal touch to your stay in The Hague. The hostel is housed in a beautifully restored building in the style of the Amsterdam School, located in the heart of the city at a five minutes’ walk from the Hollands Spoor railway station. In the hostel, modern-day comfort goes hand in hand with a historic atmosphere. ... more less
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