Hotels Near Cafe George In Hague
0.16km from Cafe GeorgeComing to the hotel I realized I'd been there before, but several years ago. The hotel is perfectly situated as it's within walking distance from the main railway station and there's lots of restaurants in the neighborhood. The check in was great, the young crew at the reception knew their job. The lobby area was very trendy with comfortable coaches, two computers for the visitors and some board games to kill some time. I had a room at the third floor with a view of the neighbouring house. The room was pretty standard, fresh and clean, but no wow-effect though. The sleeping comfort was good, two different kinds of pillows. There wasn't a cupboard to put your jacket, but an open rack. The flat screen TV was quite small, but then again I hadn't come there to watch TV. On a business trip I would prefer to have an iron with board in the room, but there wasn't. Well, I'd noticed that there was an ironing room downstairs, but managed without ironing in the end si I didn't check it out. The bathroom was standard and the towels were fluffy enough. There was a night light in the bathroom and a glass door into it, so it was easy finding the toilet in the night without turning on the lights. The lights of the room worked with your room card. In some hotels I've visited the lights doesn't go out directly when you pull out the card, but here it did which is bothering when you realise you forgotten something on your way out. No big thing, just a note. Thee breakfast wasn't anything overwhelming, but good enough to get me a good start of the day.
0.22km from Cafe George
Very Good3 Reviews
0.33km from Cafe GeorgeI stayed at the Novetel hotel in The Hague as part my birthday present and part condolence to my wife as we would have been in Berlin for her art exhibition opening but couldn't travel because Covid in The Netherlands. We had planned to go to a French restaurant as well but the government ordered all restaurants closed, so things were looking glum. I indicated on my hotel booking that we were staying for a birthday, well, the hotel staff decided to go all out and decorated the room with some streamers, balloons and had a gift bag waiting for me. Then in the morning at breakfast they had prepared a table for us with another gift bag, two glasses of cava, decorations and sang happy birthday to me. It was great! They clearly got a kick out of it too. Another lucky occurrence was that restaurants in hotels were given an exception from the government lock down and were allowed to open. It turned out that the restaurant in the Novotel hotel had very good food so we were able to have the nice meal we were after. An absolutely great stay. Thank you for making this special for us, I really appreciate it.
Very Good35 Reviews
0.35km from Cafe GeorgeHotel location is very good. In the city center. Very close to the central station. Next to the Chinese restaurant Ming Dynasty. The taste is very good, the boss is very nice and very cute, it is recommended to go have a meal~ There are Cantonese snacks. There is a small church opposite, and the street is a Chinese cultural exchange center. In the past, Chinatown, the shopping street. Supermarkets, shoppingmall, are much better, and it is convenient to go to the Grand Palace. It is very good. Breakfast was not eaten at his home, because there are a lot of small restaurants in the vicinity, I want to try it. In front of the HEMA supermarket, there are 5 kinds of things to eat for breakfast at 10 o'clock in front of 10 o'clock, so I didn't go. It is highly recommended to live there~
Very Good10 Reviews
0.36km from Cafe GeorgeAs soon as we stepped out of the elevator and into the lobby of the hotel, we were greeted with a smile and a warm welcome from the man at the desk. Our room was spacious and comfortable with a great view of the Spui Straat. The bed was very comfortable. I cannot remember the last time I slept so well in a hotel. Due to COVID, breakfast was a buffet served by the staff. You could choose from a variety of warm and cold breakfast foods. The warm croissants and poffertjes were particularly delicious! The knowledgable staff were friendly and more than willing to answer any questions we had about the hotel and surrounding area.
0.38km from Cafe GeorgeMy girlfriend and I booked a one bedroom suite with a parliament view for three nights over Valentine's weekend and were not disappointed. As others have mentioned, I did expect the room to be larger (it is basically the same size as a normal hotel room, they have just increased the width of the passageway from the door to the room to accommodate the kitchen area. The kitchen is quite adequate, although it does not have an oven, there is a microwave or two (electric) hob rings for cooking. There is even a dishwasher, but surprisingly they do not provide any dishwasher tablets, so we ended up buying a box from AH which was a bit of a waste. I would have suggested that they could provide a tablet per day along with the coffee and tea. However they do not even replenish these. I was a little disappointed having written to the hotel ahead of my stay and requested a nice room, only to be given probably the worst of the parliament view rooms (304). There is a protrusion to accommodate the lift shaft etc. at the front of the hotel and this obscures both the view of the Mauritshuis and the daylight from this (and I would imagine, the other rooms ending in 04). The breakfast buffet is quite varied and they even have a waffle machine on weekdays. There are all the usuals like cereals, fruit, yoghurts, pastries and the eggs varied from day to day and bacon was usually available too. One minor criticism, as others have said before. The lobby / reception area combined with the breakfast seating area simply does not work! When you are having your morning coffee and just at the point where you might be able to tolerate other people, the last thing you want is people bashing their suitcases into you / your table or queueing right next to your table to check out. The separate Den and Living Room are lovely, but again not really designed for breakfast. It might be an idea to either relocate the reception desks to the front of the hotel or perhaps convert the Living Room into a proper seating area for breakfast? Having said that, well done to the hotel for appreciating that not everyone wants to get up at 9 a.m. on a weekend to have breakfast, some people work during the week and would prefer to get up later and have breakfast when they want to (not when the hotel wants). We loved breakfast being served until 12 noon at the weekend, although we still managed to miss breakfast on Saturday, but that's another story..... The hotel location is perfect for sightseeing, being just across from the Mauritshuis and parliament building and a short walk or two stops on the tram from the central station. You can also get to Mesdag Panorama on foot or one stop on the tram. We also squeezed a visit to Scheveningen Beach, which is also a short tram ride away. The staff were great and the ladies on reception were always very helpful, cheerful and friendly. In summary, our overall impression of the hotel was very positive and we would definitely return next time we are in Den H
0.42km from Cafe GeorgeClean room. Good location, in the city centre, to railway station 10 minutes by walk. Friendly staff. I lived on 5 floor, nice view for city. The room has air conditioning, it warms the room well, but the floor is a little bit cold (you need to take slippers)
0.44km from Cafe GeorgePerfect location on Buitenhof, close to Mauritshuis, Escher, Binnenhof and the other sights. Also close to the shops. Rooms were clean, comfortable and we had a good view across Buitenhof. Breakfast is included and is excellent. All the Reception staff were knowledgeable, enthusiastic and helpful. They answered every question with a smile. Especially they recommended a different great place to eat for each night of our three-night stay, including BIT steakhouse for our second night. Thank you
0.52km from Cafe GeorgeI lived in 12 beds room, solo traveler. The room has locker box, but you should have your own lock. It is a bit stuffy in the room, but it has air cooling, but it seems not strong airflow. The are not only two working sinks, but 6 rooms. There are common lounge are, which is a caffe, but it is closed from 11pm till 8am. And there are no shared kitched, this is a drawback for me. The main advantage is the location near the center and Chinatown.
0.53km from Cafe GeorgeSuch a gorgeous hotel! In a lovely area right across from a park where there is an antiques market on Sundays and the Escher Museum. Lots of great cafes, restaurants and shops all around. I recommend Coffeelicious for excellent coffee and cake. Friendly and helpful staff reflect the gracious historic building and beautiful decor. Very comfortable and well appointed rooms.
0.55km from Cafe GeorgeYou literally get what you see. With many hotels you see some photos and you experience the photo but in a worn off or a bit unmodernised sense. Not with the collector hotel it is spot on . I booked a room at 850pm and checked in at 9.15 . Staff has been amazing. They helped me drive up to the nearest car park and stayed on the phone until I found the hotel (walking up). The lady at reception offered me a hand with my luggage right away, DID A quick checkin , was extremely friendly in a genuine way and gave me a lovely room. Modern, clean, sophisticated and a incredibly lovely bathroom. All staff members I met (reception, cleaning etc.) were extremely friendly and really concerned about my well being. If I go back to Den Hague I go back to this hotel straight away (without a question)
0.61km from Cafe GeorgePretty standard hotel with friendly staff. There isn't anything to rave about at the Babylon hotel, it's just a good hotel in a good location. No frills and no disappointments either. You get what you paid for: comfortable bed in a clean room and a standard breakfast the next day. Friendly professional staff - the housekeepers were very polite. The mini-bar is included which is a nice touch. Plenty of different glasses in the rooms. Room for improvement: quality of the towels. Remember NOT to use your credit car in the Qpark carpark, but buy a ticket at reception in order to save yourself 5 euros.
Hotels Near Cafe George In Hague Review
We booked this hotel last minute to extend our stay in The Hague and see a different location out of the city. Easy to walk to from the tram stop or uber from city was a good price. On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly staff member and were able to check in right away nice and easy and head up to the room. We were initially not very happy with the room, BUT this was rectified without us even mentioning it to the hotel staff so it seems there was possibly a mix up. I think we may have been given the key for an overflow/backup room which was slightly smelly, had no toilet seat and was freezing cold with a noisy window vent. As I said however the hotel rectified this themselves! We went out for a while to see the pier and have lunch and when we returned we were advised by reception that our room number has been changed and our luggage relocated and waiting in the room for us which was amazing!! Our new room was just next door the the first one but much nicer. Thank you the staff for organising this and moving our luggage, it was a very big relief to us. Room was small but very clean and comfortable with a lovely hot shower with good pressure. Nice view of the beach and pier. Good books about The Hague in the room also. You leave the key with front desk when you go out for the day and we felt quite safe doing this with the room having a safe available for valuables/passports. All staff we met in our 2 night stay were very friendly and helpful. One lady printed out our bus passes for us which was a big help. The location is great, right by the beach and sculptures SprookjesBeelden aan Zee. A short walk will take you to sealife and then the pier. You can hire bikes at the hotel but these were quite expensive based on city hire costs. All in all very pleased with our stay here and would stay here in the future if returning to The Hague.
Pretty standard hotel with friendly staff. There isn't anything to rave about at the Babylon hotel, it's just a good hotel in a good location. No frills and no disappointments either. You get what you paid for: comfortable bed in a clean room and a standard breakfast the next day. Friendly professional staff - the housekeepers were very polite. The mini-bar is included which is a nice touch. Plenty of different glasses in the rooms. Room for improvement: quality of the towels. Remember NOT to use your credit car in the Qpark carpark, but buy a ticket at reception in order to save yourself 5 euros.
My expectations are always high when I return at Leonardo Hotel Promenade in the Hague, but somehow they always manage to exceed them. I was welcomed by Earl that provided me with a lot of great tips about what I can do to have a relaxing weekend, despite of the weather. I spent the evening in the hotel restaurant where I enjoyed the Chef’s monthly menu - a must try! Of course, the evening would have not been complete without the presence of Mohammed and Nicola in the bar/ restaurant, that made my feel like home! The room was exceptional and had a great sleep (maybe the surprise G&T package also helped - thank you for that) Overall, an amazing stay and looking forward to returning as soon as possible. Warm regards to the entire staff!
Such a gorgeous hotel! In a lovely area right across from a park where there is an antiques market on Sundays and the Escher Museum. Lots of great cafes, restaurants and shops all around. I recommend Coffeelicious for excellent coffee and cake. Friendly and helpful staff reflect the gracious historic building and beautiful decor. Very comfortable and well appointed rooms.
I've been to this property before a couple of years again as a staycation trip. I was curious to try this property out in the current adjusted service level and at the same time making it easier for a visiting relative to visit the attractions around the city. From rate wise, it was just slightly cheaper compared to normal times. This property used to be the main office of the Dutch Post Office and in my opinion, a good job has been done to convert it into a hotel. Location The property is very conveniently located in the good part of The Hague, just behind the stables of the Royal Palace. Next to it is the Panorama Mesdag - which is a must visit for first time visitors to the city. From public transportation point of view, you will need to take a tram if coming from either of the train station serving the city. The best tram would be line 1 which stops about 5 mins walk from the hotel. Other than this, most of the attractions, shopping and food outlets is within walking distances. If there is not too much large luggage, it most probably could be walkable from the Central train station, I would estimate around 20-30 mins via the city centre. Check In I already did an online check-in, I did notice during the online check-in, I was upgraded to a Junior Suite, but sadly I had to turn that down because I wanted a room with Twin Beds, so with a heavy heart I "downgraded" myself - as I had really wanted to also check out the Junior Suite. Since this property uses Digital key, I did bypass the front desk and went directly to the lift to go to my room. (I did have some difficulty using the app when in the elevator-needed to access your floor, but luckily after a few mins an associate came over to help, and I never had any other issues for the rest of my stay). Just FYI, the front desk was free at that time of my arrival, around 4pm. Room The room was situated on the Executive floor with a city view. My first impression of the room was good especially from design point. From size point, it was ok for a couple of nights (or 1 night in my case). The room was bright due to the large ceiling to floor windows with a view of the city centre. There was a working desk which was a nice welcome. There was also coffee/tea making facilities in the room - which was nice especially in current times. Wifi speed and signal was good. The TV was large and had the usual list of local and international selections (although it was a bit slow in loading every time you switched it on). The climate control in the room was good - it did keep the room temperature stable and was luckily not too loud even on high fan mode. Bed quality was good - again not too hard or soft, and for me it was a good night sleep. Noise level from both inside and outside sources were good (although do check that the window is closed properly - as I found out later in the night that the previous guest/housekeeping did not close it properly, so it actually was sli
Recently I travelled to The Hague and decided to stay at the local Marriott once again. Upon arrival, I was greeted, as always, by the nice, warm and enthusiastic staff at the reception desk. Sadly I was told, however, that the amazing Executive Lounge with its beautiful sky-high view is currently closed. This should at least have been pointed out on the website or at some stage of the booking process as a common courtesy !! Despite the obvious inconvenience I of course understand that due to the current Covid-Crisis and the spatial limitations of the Executive Lounge some restrictions have to be taken into account, which includes adhering to the social distancing norms practiced in the Netherlands. Nevertheless, I must say that I was even more disappointed by the lack of compensation that was offered to a Platinum Elite Member and regular Marriott traveler, like myself. While breakfast remained included and I was able to join the regular breakfast buffet downstairs, the evening dinner was completely erased from the equation, which is frankly a shame. A solution was found for the breakfast buffet, so why isn’t it possible to serve lounge dinner in another area of the hotel? Surely not due to lack of space, because there is plenty including large rooms/halls in the basement or towards the terrace garden! Aside from the practicality of being offered dinner, the lounge, of course, also is a great way to get refreshments in form of beverages well into the late evening hours. A 25% voucher for the Hotel Bar in the Lobby was all that was offered. That just means I am still paying 75% of the drinks which are usually complementary with Lounge access. The least one could have done here is provide Platinum Members a daily offer of Beers or a bottle of wine per room, but simply offering a goody bag with some small snacks and a 25% voucher for the Bar is not going to do the trick, in my humble opinion… To me it seems as though Corona is used as an excuse to cut expenses. Marriotts most loyal customers seem to be the ones that have to pay the price… For these reasons I’m simply not sure if I will return The Hague in August as i had originally planned...
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