NH Den Haag Hotel

The NH Den Haag hotel sits on the top few floors of The Hague’s World Trade Center building. It gets fantastic views across the city and puts you in easy reach of both the government and business districts. Plus the historic city centre is just 5 minutes away by public transport. The hotels offers an inspiring contemporary ambience. From stylish meeting rooms  to the very latest audio-visual equipment. Everything is tailored to create the right setting for any gathering.

The rooms are light and modern, with sleek hardwood floors and free Wifi. Most rooms have panoramic city views – on clear days you can even see the sea. For the best views, check in to one of the split-level Suites on the 19th floor.

The nhube restaurant serves delicious international cuisine in a relaxed contemporary setting. It comes with a bar and comfortable lounge area as well. Guests can also make use of the gym on the 2nd floor of the World Trade centre tour and there is plenty of parking space underneath the hotel.

The NH Den Haag is a four star hotel with 205 rooms and 14 meeting rooms up to 500 people.


Vredespaleis – Peace Palace The Hague

For centuries violent wars had raged in Europe. Harvests were destroyed, houses were plundered, families torn apart. Society was unsettled time and again. The raw images of the battlefield that through the invention of photography now also reached the home front, did serious damage to the idea that war was essential for defending the glory of king and country. And so, in the course of the 19th century, the peace ideal blossomed as never before. The political tensions and resulting threat of war on the threshold of the 20th century only added to the popularity of the spreading peace movement. Throughout Europe and America peace organizations were founded, inspired by the ideas of famous writers and pacifists such as Leo Tolstoy, Bertha von Suttner and Alfred Nobel.

The initiative of Czar Nicholas II to organize an international peace conference came at exactly the right moment. During the First Hague Peace Conference of 1899, 26 countries came together to speak about disarmament and about the possibility of international jurisdiction, which led to the establishment of the Permanent Court of Arbitration. In 1907 a second peace conference was organized in The Hague, in which 44 countries participated.

The period in between these two conferences was not spent in idleness. A court that worked for world peace deserved an impressive and awe inspiring residence. By the time the second peace conference took place, the first stone of the palace could be laid. The building served as a residence to a judicial institution, but at the same time strived to embody the dream for world peace that had been cherished for centuries.

In the presence of the Dutch royal family, sponsor Andrew Carnegie and an international group of jurists, politicians and pacifists, the key of the Peace Palace was presented to the Permanent Court of Arbitration on the 28th of August 1913.


World Forum The Hague

World Forum is a full service convention centre located in The Hague between the beach and city centre and is only a 30 minutes’ drive from two international airports. We offer the largest auditorium, the King Willem Alexander, in The Netherlands (different capacities possible), 35 breakout rooms and exclusive use is possible! It’s a compact venue, but still offers 12.000sqm exhibition space, including our new Queen Máxima expo, and a total of 17.500 rentable sqm. With a brand new look and feel after the finalized investment of almost 28 million Euro (finished in 2016).

All meeting rooms are situated around the central heart of the building: the Atrium, it connects all areas and gives World Forum the perfect flow! There are meeting rooms available for all types of event. On the ground floor the brand new Expo Foyer that really gives a powerful networking area in an open and bright ambiance. The King Willem Alexander Theater really adds the wow-factor to the meeting; it has a 20m high ceiling and beautiful large stage. For all break out rooms you will find multiple rooms in different sizes. We also love excellent catering and our atmospheric Atlantic room will be the perfect home for a seated dinner up to 1.200 pax.

This layout allows you to easily create an event that gives a sense of intimacy and offers an outstanding area for networking and easy access to all meeting rooms and expo areas, for events with endless possibilities!


Hotel des Indes

Originally built in 1858 as a private residence to host aristocrats and heads of state, Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel, continues a tradition of opulence in the Royal Capital of The Netherlands. Situated on the leafy Lange Voorhout, The Hague’s most distinguished district, the hotel is surrounded by masterpiece-filled museums, antique shops and restaurants offering authentic culinary experiences.

You will find yourself immersed in heritage from the moment you walk through the door. Expect a

captivating décor where exquisite fittings blend in with subtle lights for an unforgettable experience

in The Hague. The attentive and personal service of our associates is only matched by the expertise of our concierge, providing you with indigenous recommendations to enrich your stay.

Hotel Des Indes features 92 guest rooms, including 13 suites, each celebrating the rich Dutch heritage. All successfully blend contemporary amenities and luxurious atmosphere. Many bathrooms boast soothing white bathtubs, and all feature rain showers and are finished with sleek black marble floors and beautiful red Portuguese tiles.