The one bedroom Almshouse IV Apartment is a modern trendy located in the city centre close to the Lange Voorhout and is suited for 2 persons looking for a romantic time in The Hague.Almshouse IV
This apartment has an open area on the ground floor with classy design furniture and wooden floors which features a living/dining area and an open planned kitchen. The living area has a modern sofa with a matching armchair and a coffee table. You can sit on the sofa and watch a romantic movie on the DVD player or watch one of the international cable channels on the flat screen. Wireless internet is available so you can use your laptop to meet your friends on Facebook.
The open kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, a fridge and a microwave to prepare a delicious meal for your partner or for your guests. And after the meal you can also make coffee with the coffee machine or boil water in the kettle to make tea.
On the next floor you will find the bedroom. It has air conditioning so in the summer you can sleep comfortably on the double bed or watch the late night show on the flat screen. The bathroom has a sink, a shower and a toilet but also a washing machine and a dryer.
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Your apartment is close to the Lange Voorhout. This used to be the street where the elite of The Hague strolled to show off their clothes and nice dogs in the 19th century. They liked to walk on this street because it has many lime trees which provide shade. Some of these lime trees are very old because some were planted in 1536 when Emperor Charles V had his residence in The Hague.
The Hague is called the Indo city. Indo’s are former Dutch and Indonesians, especially Ambones or of mixed race who lived in our former colony, the Dutch Indies. The Indisch Monument is a memorial of all the Dutch citizens and soldiers of the KNIL, the Royal, Dutch, Indies Army, who were killed during the Japanese occupation (1941-45) in the Dutch Indies and during the postwar Bersiap when the Dutch fought against the Indonesians who wanted independence. On the 15th of August a ceremony is held every year.
You can take the tram to Scheveningen. This village is connected to The Hague and is the popular beach resort for the locals but also for many tourists. You can take a nice long walk on this beach and then go for a drink in the majestic Kurhaus Hotel.
City area: City Centre - Buurtschap 2005