De Bijenkorf is an inspiring, trendsetting and dynamic department store that distinguishes itself through a wide range of products, innovative themes and special events. The The Hague store's assortment includes top international brands and own brands in fashion, cosmetics, accessories, living, media, sports, travel, food and lifestyle. For a relaxing beauty treatment at Rob Peetoom or a delicious lunch at The Kitchen or the City Café, the Bijenkorf on Grote Marktstraat in The Hague is also the place to be.
Founded in 1870, Bijenkorf is a Dutch department store chain that has grown into an upmarket department store with branches in several cities. One of its largest branches is located on Grote Marktstraat in The Hague. The robust Bijenkorf building is a real eye-catcher and the first building in the Netherlands with escalators. Despite many renovations, the building still has a classic look. The Hague Bijenkorf outlet has no less than five floors and is open seven days a week.
The trendsetting department store formula distinguishes itself through a range selection based on updated themes. Bijenkorf offers a wide range of fashion, cosmetics, books, electronics, sports and travel goods, food and lifestyle. The range includes brands from A to Z. Among top international brands and own brands, discover the latest collections full of must-haves for every occasion. From watches to cookbooks and designer shoes to postcards: at Bijenkorf, you will not only spoil yourself, but also find perfect gifts for every moment.
Rob Peetoom Hair & Beauty
A beautiful skin, fresh look and neat hairdo complete any outfit. That is why you will find Rob Peetoom Hair & Beauty on the second floor of the Bijenkorf in The Hague, where you can undergo a relaxing beauty treatment. The stylists ask the right questions to get to know the specific needs of your skin. Facial and body treatments for relaxation, home care and skin improvement are tailor-made. You can also visit Rob Peetoom for a new hairdo.
Besides a wide range of fashion, you can also get something to eat and drink at Bijenkorf The Hague. The City Café in the Bijenkorf is a coffee concept and delicatessen all in one. In cooperation with Illy, various coffee specialities are freshly prepared by experienced baristas. You can also come here daily for a fresh cup of coffee to-go, the tastiest Italian sandwiches, grilled paninis and fresh salads and fruit shakes. Of course, the fine selection of wines and champagnes is not to be missed either. You will find City Café on the ground floor of the Bijenkorf on Grote Marktstraat.
The Kitchen is a restaurant with international allure where you will find dishes from all corners of the world. At various cooking islands, dishes from Japanese, Italian and American cuisine are prepared à la minute. Of course, the local character of The Hague is not forgotten. Star chefs from top restaurants in the Hague region (Niven, HanTing, Villa La Ruche, Savarin) breathe new life into well-known dishes and work with local suppliers such as Brouwerij Kompaan.
Specialities from The Hague
Besides the specials from The Hague such as the irresistible Haagsche Hopjes tompouce, quick Bammetje Binnenhof or a spicy Egg Roll with Onion, coffee can be ordered from the trained baristas of the Illy coffee bar. Settle down in one of the relaxed seating areas, with or without one of the home-made, sweet delicacies from the in-house Master Pastry Chef, a mixed drink from the cocktail bar or a fresh draft beer. Ideal for catching up while shopping! In addition, the Bijenkorf's catering outlets have (free) Wifi.
The Bijenkorf in The Hague is located on Wagenstraat and Grote Marktstraat in The Hague. The Grote Marktstraat is one of the most important shopping areas in the centre of The Hague. Besides the Bijenkorf, it is home to several large department stores such as Peek & Cloppenburg, HEMA, Decathlon, MediaMarkt and Primark. The wide range of shops in the city centre makes The Hague the ideal destination for a successful day of shopping.
The Hague city centre is easy to reach by car, public transport and bicycle. Behind the department store, you can park your car in car park De Bijenkorf. There are also various car parks nearby, such as on Amsterdamse Veerkade and Kalvermarkt. The Bijenkorf is also easy to reach by public transport. Different trams from Central Station stop under Grote Marktstraat in the tram tunnel 'het Souterrain'. From Hollands Spoor Station, it's a ten-minute walk down one straight road until you reach the Bijenkorf.