IHG has opened its first Hotel Indigo in The Netherlands, Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde.
The new 63-room boutique hotel is located in the centre of The Hague – a city with a history of prestige and power – and is just steps away from the Royal Palace, home of the Dutch royal family.
With tourists keen to discover alternative city breaks in 2018, Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde, opens up the opportunity for the curious traveller to discover the inspiring and historic Dutch city.
Housed in the former Dutch National Bank building, the hotel is situated on The Hague’s most prestigious shopping avenue, lined with beautiful art nouveau buildings housing imaginative boutiques, designer fashion stores and high-end galleries.
Guests can explore nearby cultural venues and museums, such as the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, home to the famous Vermeer painting ‘The Girl with the Pearl Earring.’
Taking inspiration from the local area and the building’s heritage and architecture, the hotel’s design creates a sense of power, prestige and exclusivity.
The boutique hotel’s design takes its cues from the building’s unique past with thoughtful details including pop art-style portraits of the Royal family, luxe fabrics and colours, and motifs inspired by The Netherland’s historic currency, the Dutch guilder.
Linda de Jong, general manager of Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde, said: “Hotel Indigo The Hague – Palace Noordeinde is like no other hotel of its kind in the city.
“Its inspiring design and quirky homage to the history and culture of the city makes it’s the perfect location for local and international guests alike.”
The Hotel Indigo brand is set to increase its footprint in 2018 with upcoming openings also including Hotel Indigo London – 1 Leicester Square, Hotel Indigo London – Aldgate, Hotel Indigo Milan – Corso Monforte, Hotel Indigo Bath and Hotel Indigo Stratford-upon-Avon.
There are currently 24 Hotel Indigo properties open in Europe with 20 due to open over the next three to five years.