Boulevard Scheveningen

Hotel Plato is situated less than five minutes walk from the boulevard in Scheveningen, where you can relax and enjoy the beach and the view over the North Sea.

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Less than four minutes walk from the beautiful Westbroekpark. The Westbroekpark is one of the most beautiful parks in The Hague. The park has large playgrounds, ponds and watercourses. Thanks to its isolated tree groups and the picturesque vistas it reminds of an English park. More than 300 different roses bloom in the Westbroek park and there are about 20,000 rose bushes. In the Westbroekpark a Chinese wok restaurant is located and teesalon de Waterkant. The park is also the place where “De Parade” and various food festivals take place annually.

The Hague

The Hague is not just the international city of peace and justice. It is also the city of embassies, ministries, culture, recreation, museums, attractions, parks, natural beauty, events, and music. The Hague is also called the culinary capital of the Netherlands. Tram 9 stops directly in front of the hotel and brings you to the city centre of The Hague in less than 10 minutes. The Hague is an old royal city soaked in history. You will find many monuments, monumental buildings, and memorial monuments across the city. Especially worth visiting is the Binnenhof (which has been the political centre of Holland and the Netherlands for centuries), the Lange Voorhout, the Haagse Passage (the oldest shopping centre of the Netherlands), the Peace Palace, and the Noordeinde Palace. In The Hague, you'll find a number of prestigious museums and magnificent exhibits. There is absolutely no doubt that The Hague is a city filled with art and culture. The Mauritshuis, for example, has an extensive collection of art by the Dutch masters with Girl with a Pearl Earring of Johannes Vermeer being the pearl among the paintings. The Municipal Museum has a permanent collection that includes a number of paintings by Piet Mondrian, and you can marvel at the only 19th-century Dutch panoramic painting in Panorama Mesdag. Don't fancy culture, but you do like shopping? Not a problem. Well-known shopping streets are the Grote Markstraat, the Spuistraat, the Haagse Passage, the Hoogstraat, the Noordeinde, and of course the Lange Poten. At the end of a beautiful day, you can enjoy a cup of coffee in one of the numerous cafes or go out for diner in one of the restaurants The Hague has to offer. The Hague is known as the culinary capital of the Netherlands for good reason.

The Hague – city by the sea

The Hague is the international city of peace and justice, but also of numerous chic shops, royal palaces, historic buildings and home to the masterpieces of Dutch painters such as ‘The girl with the pearl’ by Vermeer.

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Hotel parking

If you arrive by car, you can use our hotel parking at a reasonable fee (€ 17.50 from arrival till 11 a.m. the next day). You can also leave the car in the hotel parking a bit longer at a rate of € 2.50 per hour.Due to limited availability, we advise you to reserve a parking place.Free! Public parking is free. You park close to the hotel. No reservations needed.