Hostels in The Hague, Netherlands, Europe

4 Hostels and other properties in The Hague, Netherlands
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Pink Flamingo Hostel

Hostel - 1.01km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

Stay in Style at Pink Flamingo. At Pink Flamingo we offer Luxury Hotel Rooms at Hostel prices. We are divided into two buildings, Pink Flamingo Hostel with our shared dorms, shared kitchen, living room and terrace and Pink Flamingo Rooms where we offer our...

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Prices from €21
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

Kingkool

Hostel - 1.06km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

Kingkool is a modern and stylish hostel in the heart of The Hague.

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Prices from €18
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

Stayokay Den Haag (The Hague)

Hostel - 2.11km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

Hostel Stayokay The Hague. Part of the Stayokay hostel-chain in the Netherlands The Hague, lovely town behind the dunes. Visit the Binnenhof, the Peace Palace, the citys numerous shops and sidewalk cafs, the palaces and museums or simply take in some fresh...

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Prices from €23
Wonderful Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

The Golden Stork

Hostel - 1.6km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

The Golden Stork is the newest hostel in The Hague, offering comfortable and cosy furnished rooms, new and modern facilities to experience.

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Prices from €20
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Awesome Cleanliness

We have 4 Hostels in The Hague with an average rating of 8.2 based on 1,782 reviews.

About The Hague

The Hague is most famous as the home of the UN International Court of Justice and the seat of the Netherlands' government. This lively, historical city also has a medieval old town, plenty of galleries, shopping for every budget and lots of festivals year round. Brave a dip in the North Sea or dine on the summer speciality of pickled herring at the coast. It's definitely worth making time to explore this multicultural Dutch city.

Hostels in The Hague usually have social areas where you can meet other travellers. Sample craft beers in a hostel's jazz bar or chat late into the night round an outdoor fire pit. There's also a hostel in a historic house with a restaurant and riverfront terrace. You can explore with new friends on a free walking tour or cook together in shared kitchens. The Hague hostels have both dorms and private rooms available, and in most hostels you'll have free Wi-Fi too.

The central district is The Hague Centre, where you'll find palaces alongside theatres and top-end restaurants. A few minutes south is Schilderswijk. In this former artist district, all the streets are named after painters and have giant replicas of their works on walls. For retail therapy, head to Statenkwartier. This neighbourhood is home to the 1km long Frederik Hendriklaan Street, lined with fashion shops. In Hofkwartier, behind Noordeinde Palace, there are independent boutiques hidden down medieval alleys.

Home to the Netherlands' House of Parliament, the 13th-century Binnenhof is one of the oldest in-use government buildings in the world. To see the art of the Dutch Golden Age, spend a few hours at the Mauritshuis Museum. Housed in a specially built museum, Panorama Mesdag is an unusual 360-degree panoramic painting of Scheveningen fishing village. The modern Scheveningen, a 20-minute train ride away, is now a bustling seaside town complete with a pier and bungee jump. Kijkduin is a quieter beach popular for swimming, walking or simply sipping coffee on the terrace.

You can fly to either Rotterdam The Hague Airport or Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, both of which are a 45-minute train ride from the city. There are two railway stations: Central Station for trains to Germany, and Den Haag HS Station for trains to France, Belgium and Amsterdam. To get around, you can use the tram system. Tickets are available by the hour or as a day pass. On Friday and Saturday nights, there's a night bus from the Binnenhof.