De Salon van Fagel is a stylishly decorated Boutique Hotel in a beautiful monumental building on the stately Noordeinde in The Hague. Located in the heart of the wonderful The Hague with all its charm of history, art, culture. But also the shopping area where you can go for the most beautiful shops, but also the vintage shops in the cozy streets of The Hague. In short, a nice break, a breath of fresh air on the beach and in the dunes. Let yourself be pampered in one of the 18 elegant and comfortable Rooms or Suites.
Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel, located on the chic Noordeinde, has 18 unique rooms and suites divided into four categories, each with its own character and fully equipped. The stylishly furnished rooms have their own entrance, comfortable beds, a flat-screen TV, free WiFi, coffee and tea making facilities and a modern, luxurious bathroom. The comfortable rooms are perfect for a good rest after a day of culture or shopping in The Hague.
The Salon van Fagel has three lovely gardens directly adjacent to the royal gardens of Noordeinde Palace where you can relax while enjoying a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.
At restaurant De Salon van Fagel you can enjoy a delicious and extensive breakfast seven days a week, including fresh orange juice and a cup of coffee at a historic location around the corner from Paleis Noordeinde in the center of The Hague. On the menu you will find a breakfast board, pancakes with fruit or farmer's yogurt. The beautiful location is also available for events such as a birthday, anniversary, business drinks or other occasions.
The monumental building in which De Salon van Fagel is located has a long, partly royal history. It was built in 1701 by architect Daniel Marot, who designed several palaces in The Hague, including Kneuterdijk Palace. The original name of the building was 'House Fagel' after Francois Fagel, the longest-serving clerk of the States General. In 1859, King Willem III bought the building, which remained in his possession for thirty years. The 'dome of Fagel', part of the former house, is now part of the garden of Noordeinde Palace. Many original details have been preserved in De Salon van Fagel, such as the beautiful ceiling and the fireplaces.
Fagel's Salon is located between Noordeinde and the palace garden. Noordeinde in The Hague is one of the most famous shopping areas in the Netherlands. In addition to the Noordeinde Palace, the working palace of King Willem-Alexander, the chic Noordeinde in the old center of The Hague is best known for the characteristic fashion boutiques, galleries, antique and art shops located in beautiful Art Nouveau buildings. The jewelers, antique dealers and galleries in combination with the coffee cafés and restaurants make Noordeinde worth a visit for everyone.
Accessibility and parking
The hotel has 9 private parking spaces within walking distance (reservation required). You can park in front of the door to unload the luggage.
Noordeinde is easily accessible by car, tram and bicycle. There are many parking options in the area. The nearest parking garages are parking Noordeinde in Heulstraat and parking garage Parkstraat in Oranjestraat. From Central Station you can walk to Noordeinde in fifteen minutes. Several trams also stop at the Kneuterdijk stop. The rest of the city center of The Hague is also easily accessible from Noordeinde.