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out of 9 reviews
For a business/leisure trip this hotel is perfect. Situated right next to the Central Train Staiton in The Hague, it is easy to get to the center of town or connect to another city. The hotel is still undergoing renovation, but the room was perfect-- a bit "zen-like" but with the most comfortable bed I have yet experienced in a hotel. Free internet (that worked!), beautiful bathroom, etc, all worked. The lighting in the hallways, dark decor and dried plants, etc., out in the halls are somewhat lacking in charm but the room and location more than make up for this.
“right next door to train station”
Overall rating: Wonderful. The train Centraal Station for the Haag is literally the adjacent side of the courtyard square. Inside the train station is a money changer, a small grocery store (Albert Hein), a drug store (etos), Free Record Shop, restaurant, Burger King. etc. The main drawback to this hotel is that rooms on the train track side of the building can hear the trains.
“Functional and good for business travellers.”
Great for business travellers because of location (adjacent to the Central Station), but family/vacation visitors may want to look for hotels in the centre. Immediate access to trains, trams, buses, which is what a business traveller needs. There's still construction going on at the Centraal, which affects the comfort of your stay in the hotel. The hotel is newly renovated, hence clean etc. Internet was not working... which I'm sure could be fixed, but I didn't bother.
The hotel's location is superb...adjacent to the Central Train station with its excellent transportation system, nearness to the National Library and Archive, as well as near a central shopping area, and tempting little restaurants. The hotel has been very nicely renovated, has excellent lighting in the room and is comfortable. The only criticism is that the free internet cable was not reliable on my laptop. There were frequent connection failures.
“Convenient ... but amidst construction”
The former Sofitel Den Haag has retained its comfortable rooms and unusual but stylish decor since being acquired by Eden a couple of years back. However, it is currently amidst a massive construction project that will create the new Babylon center. Fortunately the rooms are relatively sound-proof, so I was not disturbed by the surrounding worksite.
“Very good hotel but surrounded by construction”
Good location next to train station. Very good hotel accomodations and service. Outside construction around the hotel is a negative.
“Good location, so-so facility.”
Excellent location, just out the front doors of the main train station and the room was ready even though I arrived at 10AM. So, take what I say with a grain of salt. The thermostat acted of it's own accord and could not be raised above 20.6 C. The room was only partially cleaned on each of two days that I returned after work. Once, the room was not vaccuumed and the counters and toilet were not cleaned. The second day the trash was not removed and neither were the dirty coffee dishes. The soap dispenser kept falling off the wall, even after staff came to fix it. And on my day of departure, my wake up call was an hour early. Better than an hour late, I suppose, but annoying nonetheless.
“Darkness, slow internet and impossible to reach by”
Well connected for public transport. Impossible if you come with a car. Business center the pits, with freezing computers and an internet slower than a lame turtle, horrible. And the rooms are so dark I couldn't anything in my black suitecase.
“Hotel Demolition 101”
The hotel was under construction during my visit, and was literally being demolished during the breakfast buffet. Dust everywhere, construction noise and debris, and a demolition course required to actually enter hotel. If it wasn't really happening I would have thought it was a joke or a film for bad business travel........if only I had my camera