Hotel Mercure The Hague Central (Rooms with festival view!)
Spui 180, 2511 BW, The Hague
T:+31(0)70.363 67 00
Hotel Mercure The Hague Central welcomes you on the 21st and 22nd of September 2007 to the cultural heart of The Hague. The hotel is situated right next to the central hub of the festival, the city hall and the dance and music theatre. Hotel Mercure The Hague Central is easy to reach by car and has its own car park, and if you arrive by train or bus, it is within walking distance of The Hague Central Station and The Hague Hollands Spoor. The hotel has 159 air-conditioned rooms available, including 3 suites. Inside the hotel you can enjoy drinks at the cosy Pullman Bar.
One night for two guests, including breakfast and two one-day tickets: € 141,-
Two nights for two guests, including breakfast and two two-day tickets: € 225,-
Tourist tax: € 3,81 p.p.p.n. prices based on availability.
Stayokay hostel budget tip! (600 meter walk to festival area)
Scheepmakersstraat 27, 2515 AV, The Hague
T: +31(0)70.315 78 88
Stayokay The Hague will give you a royal welcome to The Hague! Located in the city centre of The Hague on a five-minute walk from the station The Hague Hollands Spoor and the festival, this hostel resides in a beautifully renovated building in the style of the architectural movement known as “Amsterdam School”. Modern comfort and a historical atmosphere go hand in hand at Stayokay. All the rooms are en-suite and have a modern and comfortable interior. In brasserie Bite & Drink you can enjoy diner or a few drinks in a grand café-style. It is a perfect place to meet travellers from all over the world and share stories. 5 Minutes walking distance from the festival.
One night for one guest, including breakfast and a one-day ticket: € 40,-
Two nights for one guest, including breakfast and a two-day ticket: € 58,-
From The Hague Central Station
The venues are at walking distance (see the map)
Public transport to the ticket greenhouse on Spuiplein:
From The Hague Central Station you can take tram 2, 3, 4 and 6 and exit at the stop Spui. From The Hague Hollands Spoor trams 1, 9, 10, 15 and 16, stop Spui. For current timetables, check www.htm.nl.
From Utrecht you can take the A1, from Amsterdam, take the A4 and then the A44, from Rotterdam take the A13. See the map for direction to the city centre and where to park.
The HTM will take you to the stations or to where you are staying. For more information check www. htm.nl and www.todaysart.nl. After 01:00 hr, hourly trains will depart from The Hague Central Station to Leiden, Amsterdam and Utrecht (25 minutes past each hour), and Delft and Rotterdam (34 minutes past each hour). Check www.ns.nl for more information on travelling by train.