Indigo is one of my favorite hotel chains within the IHG brand portfolio. And although the quality of the hotels sometimes vary (I like the Indigo City Centre in Antwerp, but not so much in Madrid, for example), overall most Indigo properties are really really nice. So when I had a reason to stay at the Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde, I obviously did. So here’s my review of Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde: a royal base for your city trip.
Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde
Hotel Indigo occupies the historic former Dutch National Bank building, originally built in 1883, on Noordeinde, one of The Hague’s most prestigious shopping streets, with stunning art nouveau buildings.
The new hotel design gets inspiration from the building’s history and location – the designers mixed restored original details with thoughtful modern additions such as pop art-style portraits of the Royal family, luxe fabrics and
The hotel retains a sense of the formidable with its dark marble columns and wood
The lift is still original and clanks loudly between floors.
Location of Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde 9/10
The hotel is only a quick tram ride away from Den Haag Centraal station or a 20-minute walk through the
The hotel is surrounded by an eclectic array of cafés, bars, restaurants
Rooms at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde 8/10
Rooms are normal-sized (maybe even a bit small in comparison to other hotels) and have plush bedding, hard surface flooring with large rugs and a lot of old details.
The 63 rooms are all quirky angles, huge original beams, space and warm lighting. They strike a delicate balance between paying homage to the old
Bathrooms have walk-in showers with glass window showers, really nice wood-enclosed bathroom sinks, Rituals soaps and creams (bit surprised though to find the Antwerp Indigo has a different supplier).
Service at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde 7/10
Hotel staff is local and friendly and welcoming, but can’t say they were remarkable in any way.
Getting stuff done at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde 7/10
As I don’t like to work from my hotel room, I always try and look for places to work in the hotel. I spend most of my evening working from the Stocks and Bonds Brasserie and when I woke up the next morning, the night guars allowed me to work from the same Stocks and Bonds Brasserie. The coffee machine was self-service (I literally had to turn it on myself), but staff was friendly and
Stocks and Bonds Brasserie and bar Gold Bar at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde 6/10
The Stocks and Bonds Brasserie is a spacious room overlooking the busy Noordeinde street. It’s an all-day dining
One story down rom the hotel’s reception is the old bank, turned into the Gold Bar, which offers a range of heady cocktails, beers on tap and Dutch gins. It is a really nice place with moody lighting, cozy corners
Breakfast at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace
I really regret I wasn’t able to have breakfast at the hotel when I was there (but I will have a re-try soon), as it looked amazing. Breakfast is served in the Stocks and Bonds Brasserie.
My stay at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde 8,5/10
Overall, I really really enjoy my stay at Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde and I would most definitely return. Apart from being a
In total, I have stayed 2 nights at the Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde, with 2 different stays. The average price I paid per night was approximately €115,- (excluding breakfast).