Of course, the royal family does not have to wait for the train in the cold wind like we do. No, they have their own waiting room at Hollands Spoor station. This is not accessible to us plebs, but you will soon be able to take a look.

The royal waiting room is not just one room with a chair. No, the royal pavilion consists of several rooms such as the lounge, two cabinets, a cloakroom for the ladies-in-waiting and a staircase. They also have their own toilet.

Guided tour waiting room

The monumental stairwell of the waiting room is really worth a look and a selfie. It is beautifully decorated with ornamental lanterns, stained glass and marble. And at the top of the stairs is a hall with statues and a mosaic floor.

This royal waiting room is opened in 50 and is still used by the royal family. From Sunday 30 April to with 25 June 2023 there are guided tours every Sunday. These take 25 minutes and you can book one between 11.30 and 17. o’clock. This tour is in Dutch and tickets à 11,29 euros are available from Monday 3 April via DenHaag.com.

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