The two bedroom Royal North is a modern and designed apartment located in the city centre and is suited for 4 persons looking for a terrific time in The Hague.Royal North
This apartment has an inviting and warm interior design with its grey and beige colors, its rounded corners and its curved walls. Many windows let the sunlight in to create a bright atmosphere. The living/dining area has wooden floors and is fitted with two couches and a dining table for 4 persons. A flat screen is at your disposal to watch various cable channels. Wireless internet is available so you can put your laptop on the dining table and look at your itinerary for next week.
The kitchen is homely and spacious and it has an island table in the centre. It is 2 f 1ffe ully equipped with an oven, a microwave, a fridge/freezer and a dish washer. Start the day with a hot cup of coffee on the balcony.
One bedroom has two single beds and access to the garden. The master bedroom has a double bed and French doors that open up to a charming terrace with a table and chairs. The bathroom has checker tiles on the floor and it has a bath tub, a shower, a sinks and a toilet.
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Royal North Location
Your apartment is close to the Noordeinde Palace. This palace is not open to the public but the beautiful royal garden is. This is the official working place of Queen Beatrix, but she does not live here. She lives in Huis Ten Bosch, a palace also located in The Hague. On some days many politicians will visit the queen when a new government or cabinet has to be formed. When the Dutch red, white and blue flag and the Royal Banner are hanging In front of the palace this means that the queen is in the palace.
In front of the palace you can see two statues. One is a bronze statue of the former Queen Wihelmina, the grandmother of the current queen and the other is a statue of Prince William of Orange on a horse. He lived in the 16th century and was the founder of our royal family, the House of Orange. This color is the national color of The Netherlands.
If you want know more about The Hague then you must visit the Haags Historisch Museum. You can see many objects like an axe of 2500 BC or you can see paintings and drawings which tell you the history of this city from the Stone Age to 2012. But this museum has more to offer. It has a unique doll house of Lita de Ranitz and this museum also has a 19th century drawing room so children can experience how people lived in that century.
City area: City Centre - Hofkwartier
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