The Carlton Ambassador, located along the embassy park in The Hague, is an elegant boutique hotel that’s close to the major sights while offering a more secluded, private setting. You can stay in a vibrantly decorated room and relax on the terrace outside the trendy Restaurant Sophia.
Located in a former bank building, Hotel Indigo combines an interesting past with a convenient location to explore The Hague’s highlights. Directly opposite the Palace Noordeinde, this historic building still boasts many of its original features, like marble columns, old bank signs painted above doorways and royal portraits in the public rooms.
The bank was built in 1882, and then used as a bunker in World War II. During that time the royal family had their own room there and the third floor served as a hiding spot for Jewish people. Below ground, the old vault has been turned into a bar and adjoining meeting rooms where the old metal vault doors are still functional.
The communal spaces have a chic, retro feel to them with original tiled or marble floors and stylish purple velvet sofas, modern coffee tables and geometric gilded lamps with exposed bulbs. The 63 rooms have the same atmosphere, with geometric patterns, bold hues and nods to the building’s history as a bank. The hotel safe and minibar are set within a blue vintage safe, complete with a vault-wheel you can turn to open it.
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The 63 rooms are split between three categories: Standard, Superior and Loft, the latter having split-level rooms. All the rooms have a retro feel and feature bold hues of red and blue with geometric patterned carpets. The rooms all have en suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Some rooms have a separate bathroom, but these need to be specifically requested.
Hotel Indigo is centrally located in The Hague’s old town, directly opposite the Palace Noordeinde and surrounded by high-end shops and restaurants. It's within walking distance of the city’s highlights, including the Binnenhof, the Haagshe Bluf district and the Mauritshuis, all of which you can get to in under ten minutes. You can reach the Peace Palace in 15 minutes, Centraal Station in 18 minutes and the Scheveningen seafront in 15 minutes by tram.
Food and drink
- Breakfast is served daily in the Stocks & Bonds Brasserie.
- Stocks & Bonds Brasserie also serves lunch and dinner all day with a menu that features locally sourced ingredients.
- The Gold Bar serves drinks in the evening with a menu of cocktails, Champagne and Dutch gins.
- Cribs available upon request
- Interconnecting rooms and extra beds are available
Facilities and activities
- Access to an off-site gym for an additional charge
- Laundry and dry cleaning
We like this hotel for its chic, retro style within a historic bank building. We love the nods to its past through the artwork and bar located in the bank’s vault, complete with original vault doors and locks.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
The stately Hotel Des Indes conjures a bygone era with its 19th-century opulence on The Hague’s photogenic Lange Voorhout. Dine amid high gilded ceilings in red-cushioned comfort, sleep in a luxe canopied bed and relax in the hotel’s extensive spa facilities.
The Collector boasts a quirky and artistic atmosphere, along with a convenient and stylish location. Explore the many nearby shops and restaurants, or admire the various collections and eccentric artworks throughout the hotel.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
You’ll spend the day walking the cobblestone streets of Delft, then at the Royal Delft factory to see how the blue-painted pottery is made. There, you’ll take a workshop where you can paint your own tile and take it home with you the very same day.