Chef Edward Kreuger’s inventive, playful dishes using seasonal produce
Traditional touches like high tea on the weekends
What To Know
Expect a business-centered crowd
Breakfast isn’t included in the rate and costs around $30 per person
Parking on site
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Elegant, residential-style sleep with a fine dining restaurant on a chestnut-lined street in the heart of The Hague
This townhouse-style boutique hotel exudes chic warmth, from its whitewashed exterior and jaunty striped awnings, to its cocktail hour, when you’ll be happy to settle in front of the lounge’s cozy open fire with an aperitif chosen from the “Moodbook,” an all-day menu of snacks, main meals, and beverages. In the Henricus restaurant, Edward Kreuger whips up fabulous tasting menus featuring luxe ingredients like pheasant and oysters, the perfect fit for the city’s well-heeled gastronomes. Retire to a suite that’s Old World without being fussy–think toile wallpaper, striped silk cushions, and bathrooms decorated with blue and white Delft tiles.
In the Area
Explore some of this stately city’s treasures, starting with Lange Voorhout Palace. Fancy something a bit more mind-bending? Visit the Escher Museum, devoted to the intricate, surreal works of Dutch artist M. C. Escher. Continue the cultural edification with Panorama Mesdag, a giant cylindrical painting by Hendrik Willem Mesdag that is housed in its own custom-designed museum. To digest all that cool art, head to Garoeda, one of the Hague’s most celebrated Indonesian restaurants–a legacy of the Dutch colonization of the Dutch East Indies.