We can recommend it to everyone: a night away in your own city. Just leave it alone and enjoy one of the many beautiful hotels that The Hague offers. This summer we regularly test one, this time it’s the turn of Ibis Styles The Hague City Center. Which is located in the heart of the city center in a historic Berlage building: you can’t wait to see it.

The Ibis Styles The Hague City Center building was designed by the famous architect and urban planner Berlage. Known from the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam, but also in The Hague, he left his mark.

In addition to the Kunstmuseum, he built the building for the insurance company De Nederlanden van here, among other things. at Kerkplein: or the current Ibis Style The Hague City Center.

The reception

When you enter the hotel, you immediately notice the beautiful hall. You can recognize Berlage’s buildings by his transparent way of working: the construction must be visible, wood looks like wood, stone like stone and no unnecessary frills. The walls have the most beautiful asymmetrical shapes and natural colors. You get the feeling of stepping back into history.

We are warmly welcomed by two receptionists who show us to the room. We immediately take a look at the ‘meeting room’: next to the breakfast room you will find an authentic room with a beautiful wooden conference table in the middle. Meanwhile, the sun shines in all colors into the kmer through the stained glass windows.

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The room

Our room is completely in the style of Berlage, without frills. It is neat and tidy with colors in calm natural tones. There is a desk, a Nespresso machine with a few coffee cups and the shower is spacious. There is also a nice shower gel slash

shampoo available.

We are especially the impression of the view: we look down on the Kerkplein and you see all the liveliness passing by. Yet you will not be bothered by noise because the windows are super well insulated. Later it turned out that something was too good: the windows are difficult or impossible to open. Not as nice when it’s the middle of summer of course, but the hotel will have its reasons for that.

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The night & the

morning after

After our check-in, we went straight into town. The Grote Markt and the Plein are around the corner, so we can crawl into bed in no time! After an evening of drinks on the terrace (it got a little late) we are glad to be able to get into a neatly made bed. Despite the fact that the window could hardly be opened, we slept well: the mattress is firm but not too hard and to be honest, we were not bothered by noise or drunk people outside.

The next morning we enjoy an extensive breakfast buffet. The breakfast room also has a beautiful view, but is somewhat cramped.

That doesn’t make the breakfast any less delicious. Everything has been thought of: from

scrambled eggs

to fresh sandwiches, fruit and even poffertjes. The coffee also tastes great. In addition to a good night’s sleep and breakfast, Ibis Style The Hague City Center is mainly an overnight stay in a touch of architectural history, right in the center.

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