The dramatic color scheme and no-expense-spared glamorous details
All rooms have luxe marble bathrooms with rain showers and heated floors
The 4-course High Tea served daily in the plush lounge
The spa has a Swedish sauna, solarium, and swimming pool
What To Know
Pets are not allowed
There’s a fee for WiFi (although the first hour is free)
Breakfast isn’t included and costs around $48 per person
There’s a some will love it/some will hate it cigar lounge
Parking on site
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Jacques Garcia-decorated 19th century gem with rooms fit for royalty
Interior design legend Jacques Garcia is behind the knockout glam décor of this centrally located 92-room hotel, housed in an 1850s palace. Guest rooms are fitted out with lavish colors inspired by royalty–rich purple, gold, scarlet– and feature plush floor-to-ceiling drapes, elaborate chandeliers, and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and rain showers. Sip hand-crafted cocktails in the swanky bar, with its gorgeous jewel tones, leaded windows, and high ceilings before heading to the restaurant, where the food is as rich as the surroundings: think poached duck liver, oysters on ice, and truffle-marinated guinea fowl.
In the Area
Soak up the extraordinarily rich culture of this city with a visit to the Mauritshuis, where you can admire the work of Vermeer and Rembrandt. Discover Holland in miniature at the adorable Madurodam, a Dutch city built on a tiny scale, including miniature landmarks and an elected mayor. Cap off the day with schnitzels or croque monsieur Dutch style at industrial-chic Dudok Brasserie, where you can expect to rub shoulders with pols and hipsters alike.
How to Get There
Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel, The Hague