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Hostel the Golden Stork
3.1/523 Reviews

Hostel the Golden Stork

Centrum Hague|1.58km from Haags Openbaar Vervoer Museum
This place is both good and bad. Good - 1) has a cafe in front which served really good coffee and food. Food was vegan - the vegan hamburger was excellent and the coffee great. Decent beer and wine selection and the cafe staff (who also check people in and out of hostel) were very friendly and efficient and make a great cup of coffee! 2) laundramat very close by; 3) cafe has bands/musicians some nights and were OK; 4) cafe serves as a lounge area and has games for people to play and hang out; 5) location was great - a metro station is just outside the back door and trams pass by every few minutes; 6) price is very good per bed; 7) other fellow guests were pretty quiet. Bad - 1) Room was dirty - floor looked like it hadn't been cleaned or swept in a long time - especially under the bed. Lots of dust, dirt, etc. under the bed. When we checked in a lone dirty sock was on the floor near my bed. Was told by another guest it had been there for days. I stayed there 5 days and it was still on the floor when I left. Dropped my book under the bed and it was covered in dust when I retrieved it. The walls really need a paint job. Just felt grimy staying there; 2) Several bathroom fixtures did not work. There is a room for toilets - the sink to wash hands did not work so you had to go to the shower room to wash hands. There were three sinks in the shower room, but one of those also did not work - not a great situation when several people are trying to brush teeth and wash hands, put on makeup, do their hair, etc. 3) The cafe out front is open to the public and the only bathroom for those customers is the same one that the hostel guests use. With the toilet sink not working, that means a lot of people coming and going to use the sink available in the shower room. Really made me uncomfortable taking showers in the evenings with all the people coming and going into that room. 4) one of the showers was used several times to store equipment, making it unavailable for use. 5) We stayed in one of the first rooms in the hallway coming from the cafe - all the food smells and noise of the cafe permeate into the room. 6) loved that bands play in the front room on some nights, but they were EXTREMELY loud and played till around 11:45p so if you stay in that room, be prepared to not sleep before midnight. 7) loved that there was a cafe that served coffee and breakfast - but it didn't open until midmorning in April so not really useful for morning coffee - you'll have to search out a place a distance away - nothing really open at that time in the near vacinity so got used to taking the metro every morning to get coffee on the way to sightseeing. 8) there were lockers in the rooms, but the one I was using was broken so there was no way to close it or lock it; 9) one of the staff evidently had one of the beds in the room permanently which felt a little weird. The rules stated no food in the rooms, but this rule evidently didn't apply to him. I think i
Ibis Den Haag City Centre
4.1/556 Reviews

Ibis Den Haag City Centre

Centrum Hague|1.59km from Haags Openbaar Vervoer Museum
It took me a while to write this review since I was afraid of my personal safety. Nevertheless, I have finally decided to share this information with other travelers. This incident happened during a weekday night when I decided to do a walk-in at the Ibis hotel in Den Haag after a long trip. I was already aware of some bad reviews from other travelers indicating ”naughty” staff. Nonetheless, I decided to give it a go. I entered the hotel and mentioned the hotel clerk that I wanted to book a room. His attitude was rough indicating me that he did not have any rooms left. For my bad luck, my phone was out of battery so I decided to seat in one of the tables in the lobby to quickly charge it to look for a hotel somewhere else. While I was charging my phone, the clerk approached me and shouted at me that I had to leave the hotel. I explained him that I wanted to charge my phone to look for other hotels in the area and I wouldn't take much time. He continued shouting at me that I had to leave, when suddenly he grabbed my bag and literally threw it to the street. At this moment I was petrified since I never imagined something like this was happening. Then, he pushed me violently out of the hotel. Luckily I managed to take a picture of this guy. The guy has a tattoo on his right arm and rather than a hotel clerk, he thinks he is a MMA fighter or part of gang. I really don't know how the manager of this hotel can have person like this with such level of anger dealing with customers. My review by no means intend to advice other travelers to visit or not this hotel. I believe the facilities of this hotel are quite nice but what I can say is that I'm not entering this place again until they take strong actions towards improving the quality of their staff. I hope this guy doesn't get fired because of this review but if the hotel really wants to keep him, the hotel should consider send him to an anger management course. I don't know if this guy is always like this or just had a bad night and he took it on me. Nonetheless, I think no one should suffered what this guy did to me under any circumstance.

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Boutique Hotel First City
4.2/564 Reviews
We werden erg vriendelijk ontvangen. Ze wist ook leuke lunch/eetgelegenheden en leuke plekken waar je een heerlijke cocktail kon drinken. Super fijn! De kamer was ontzetten netjes en schoon. Mooi aangekleed. Badkamer was schoon. Airco deed het niet goed of eigelijk TE goed, het was fris op de kamer. Ze waren erg vriendelijk om het probleem op te lossen. Later kregen we nog een fles bubbels voor het ongemak. Had zeker niet gehoeven maar werd ontzettend gewaardeerd. Ontbijt was bij te bestellen. Dit was prima/goed. Niet al te uitgebreid maar meer dan genoeg! Ook leuke kroeg onder het hotel waar je tot laat nog gezellig kon aanzitten met vrienden. Absoluut een aanrader!!
Stayokay Hostel Den Haag
3.9/59 Reviews
Originally this was quite good. The breakfast was rich and allowed to take out. It was worth the money, but the room was facing the street and the traffic was very noisy. The most unbearable thing was the shower. The cubicle was too small to turn around. Photos The one above is also worthy of a shower? ! The drizzle of water is still high above, and it depends on the reflection of the wall to wet the body. Can this be considered a bath?
The Penthouse at the Hague Tower
4.2/59 Reviews
The space is large and the scenery is beautiful, but the blond waiter at the front desk is not friendly enough and very impatient. Inquiries about the train station were ignorant, but the other waiters were very good, and finally learned about swimming.
The Collector
4.6/591 Reviews
This hotel is more convenient to stay in The Hague, it is very recommended. In addition to the need to take a car from the hotel to the beach, you can easily reach other places on foot. The hotel service is very good. The check-in staff and the check-out staff are very friendly. A bag of snacks will be given to us every time we leave. A person who lives in his house. The room is very clean, there is no strange smell, the TV can be cast screen, if you want to watch the Chinese channel, just cast the screen. I will definitely stay here next time I go to The Hague~
Cove Centrum
4.6/578 Reviews
Carla's service is great, Javier's smile is very warm, the scenery outside the window is very beautiful, the location is very good, to the Queen's Palace, the Knights Tower, the Parliament Building, the Moristine Royal Art Museum are all walking distance, too convenient
Ibis Styles Den Haag City Centre
4.1/547 Reviews
We spent two night at the weekend, in a third floor room facing the front. Across the street is a basement night club, with lines outside and music until 2am. While the bedroom was well isolated, the bathroom was not and thus it was difficult to sleep given the noise. The room was quite small but comfy, no fridge and the door to the bath room resembled the one of a fitting room, being open on top and at the bottom. Breakfast was nice and in a stylish room, and the staff in general very friendly. I would come again, but not at a weekend.

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