The one bedroom Almshouse V Apartment is a designer apartment located in the city centre close to the Lange Voorhout and is suited for 2 persons looking for a great time in The Hague.Almshouse V
This apartment has an open area on the ground floor with classy design furniture in the living/dining area and wooden floors in the living/dining area and in the open planned kitchen. The living area has a modern sofa with a matching armchair and a coffee table. You can s 2 it 1ffe on the sofa and watch a horror 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 and write a message on Twitter.
The open kitchen is equipped with an oven, a fridge and a microwave to prepare a meal 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 toilet, a sink and a shower but also a dryer and a washing machine..
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Almshouse V Location
Your apartment is close to the Lange Voorhout. This street with rows of lime trees is the most important street of The Hague. The former Lange Voorhout palace which is now a museum and the majestic Hotel des Indes are located on this street.
You can take a boat on the Salon Express from The Hague to Delft, a beautiful old historic city. Delft is known for its typical Dutch town centre with many canals and old monumental buildings, for the painter Vermeer, for the Delft Blue Pottery and its ties with the Royal Dutch family, the House of Orange. The Delft University of Technology also known as the TU Delft is one of the leading universities of technology in the world. Many foreign students come to Delft to study. This is the place where the Dutch hydraulic engineers learn how to fight against the water. Much of Holland is below the seal level and the Dutch built dikes and dams like the Delta Works to protect Holland from the sea.
Two Famous churches are also in this city: The Oude Kerk(old church) and the Nieuwe Kerk.(new church) The Oude Kerk was founded in 1246 and it has a it known for the leaning tower. The famous painter from Delft, Johannes Vermeer is buried here. The Nieuwe Kerk is a gothic church dating back to 1396 and it has the second highest tower in the Netherlands after the Dom Tower in Utrecht. In 1584 prince William of Orange or The Silent was entombed in a mausoleum and since then the Dutch Royal family has been entombed in the royal crypt. This crypt is not open for public.
City area: City Centre - Buurtschap 2005