Hotel Des Indes
In 1858, the building that became Hotel Des Indes was built as a residence of Baron van Brienen, the personal advisor of King William III. In 1881, 4 years after his death, the building was sold and transformed into an elegant and luxurious hotel. Since the reopening in September 2005, the ultra chic Hotel Des Indes features 92 rooms designed by Jacques Garcia (the renowned designer who also refurbished Hotel Costes in Paris). All guest rooms up to Presidential Suites offer rewarding experiences and unrivalled comfort in a historical environment.
The hotel is situated on a prime location in the centre of The Hague on a leafy square in the heart of the governmental and diplomatic district. Antique shops, inspirational restaurants, prominent museums and theatres are within walking distance. The hotel is just a few minutes away from the rhythm of the lively city centre and easy to reach by both car and public transportation.