Prince Palace I
The two bedroom Prince Palace I is a spacious, luxurious apartment located on the edge of the city centre and is suited for 4 persons who want to spend a relaxing time in The Hague.Prince Palace I
This apartment is situated on the second floor and the living room has large windows so enough daylight will flow inside. This room features a small balcony and a dining corner. A comfortable couch and a matching armchair in front of a firepl 2 ac 1ffe e will give you a relaxed feeling. So relax and watch the international news on the flat screen or play a movie on the DVD Player. Take a seat on one of the 4 chairs at the dining table, open your laptop to read your latest emails. Wireless internet is available.
The open fully equipped has an oven, a microwave, a fridge/freezer, a dish washer and more appliances to make it possible for you to cook a decent meal.
Both bedrooms have a balcony so you can sing a romantic serenade for your Julia. The large master bedroom has a double bed and comes with an en-suite bathroom with a bathtub and a shower. The second bedroom has a single bed with an extra mattress underneath and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. A separate toilet is in the hallway.
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Prince Palace I Location
The Haagse Bos is not far away and it can be reached by foot. This is a large forest in the centre part of The Hague of about 100 hectare. In this forest you will find many paths and benches and also a big pond where you can spot many different kinds of birds.
The stork has returned to this park after a long period of absence. This is important for the locals because the stork is in the Coat of Arms of The Hague. During the Second World War the Germans used this forest as a launching place for the V-1 and V-2 rockets to attack Great Britain. The palace where Queen Beatrix resides, Huis ten Bosch, is located in the Haagse Bos.
The Malieveld is a large grass field of about 10 hectares in the middle of The Haque. This is the place where fairs are held but also demonstrations of protesters against a certain political measure of the government. Once a year the Tong Tong Fair which is an Indonesian fair takes place on the Malieveld. Thousands of Indos (mixed Dutch-Indonesian), Dutch, Moluccans, Javanese and others come to this fair to eat delicious meals or lunches form the Indonesian kitchen like sate kambing (roasted goat meat on a stick). Many artists sing songs in the Indonesian language or you can enjoy the bibit theatre.
City area: Gerard Reijnststraat - Bezuidenhout