Discover The Hague!

The Hague has much more to offer than only Het Binnenhof, Noordeinde Palace and the Peace Palace. We understand all too well that you would like to discover the versatility of our beautiful city! There is something for everyone here in terms of culture, shopping and exploring nature.

Our team made this list of their own recommendations.

Panorama Mesdag

Is it raining cats and dogs? You can still enjoy beautiful Scheveningen, but dry,  when visiting Panorama Mesdag!

Explore the view of the sea, the dunes and the old fishing village of Scheveningen. The most beautiful beach in the Netherlands as a unique 360 degree experience full of boats, fishermen, horses, beach lovers and beach carriages.

Just a 10-minute walk from Boutique Hotel Corona you will find Panorama Mesdag in the Zeestraat.


The Zeeheldenkwartier is one of the liveliest city districts in The Hague, located on the edge of The Hague's city centre. This is the area where you will find many authentic shops, pleasant restaurants and cafes, sunny squares and beautiful Art Nouveau buildings.
No surprise that the Zeeheldenkwartier is very popular with the residents of The Hague.

There is a market, festival or instore event every week. During the year there are various culinary events, such as Proef de Wijk. It is worth a visit if you want to enjoy local and creative businesses.

From the Buitenhof stop, you can take tram 16 in the direction of Statenkwartier and hop off at Van Speijkstraat Oost, experience the cosiness!

Escher Museum

This museum has a great collection about the life and works of Escher. Escher was a graphic artist who continues to fascinate young and old with his imaginative world.

At Boutique Hotel Corona we of course have tickets available, feel free to ask the reception about the possibilities.

In just 10 minutes you can walk to the Lange Voorhout where the adventure full of optical illusions can begin.

Museum Gevangenpoort

Why were Cornelis and Johan de Witt lynched outside the Prison Gate? How were people killed during the Middle Ages? And who was the first heretic in Holland? You will learn it all in museum the Gevangenpoort! Stories of crime, punishment, rule of law and peace are central during your visit.

Museum the Gevangenpoort is an icon in The Hague, beautifully situated at the Hofvijver. In the 13th century, this building was the imposing gateway to the Binnenhof.

You will find this unique place around the corner from us!


Chinatown is a mix of Chinese, Japanese and Indonesian cultures. Walk under the beautiful Chinese entrance gate next to the warehouse De Bijenkorf and discover the extensive range in Chinatown.

The current location of China Town used to be the Jewish quarter in The Hague. After the Second World War, the district was largely empty and quickly deteriorated. In the 1970s, the municipality decided to renovate the neighborhood. The redevelopment of the area started in 2008 and has grown into what we now know as China Town.

Chinatown is just a 10-minute walk from Boutique Hotel Corona.

​​​​​​​The Palace Gardens

Take a look at our king’s backyard! Close to Noordeinde, the gardens are accessible from sunrise to sunset via the Prinsessewal.

In the Palace Gardens you can relax, have a picnic and of course take a nice walk. This is not the only thing, there is also art in the trees or you can look for one of the 30 pearls hidden in the gardens.

The Palace Gardens are just a 10-minute walk from Boutique Hotel Corona.

The Mauritshuis

Welcome to the Mauritshuis! This museum shows the best of 17th century Dutch painting.

Masterpieces such as Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt and The Goldfinch by Fabritius are on permanent display in the museum rooms of the seventeenth-century monument. Tickets for this museum are available at our reception, feel free to drop by.

The Mauritshuis is just a 2-minute walk from Boutique Hotel Corona.


The history of this beautiful 19th-century district with a lot of special architecture and beautiful streets, squares and avenues dates back to around 1895. Architect Berlage left his mark on the Kunstmuseum and monumental villas such as Villa Henny.

If you want to do something during your stay in The Hague, you can also find the Museon, Omniversum, the Fotomuseum and the Kunstmuseum (the former Gemeentemuseum) in the Statenkwartier.

From the Buitenhof stop, you can take tram 16 in the direction of Statenkwartier and hop off at the Gemeentemuseum / museon stop, discover all the cultural things this district has to offer!

Atlantic Wall Museum Scheveningen

Do you love everything about history? In the Atlantic Wall Museum Scheveningen, remaining parts of the Atlantic Wall are opened to the public.

Several original German bunkers from the Second World War have been made accessible to you so you can discover more about this period of time. The museum is run by volunteers who are ready to answer any questions you may have.

From the Kneuterdijk stop, take bus 22 towards Duindorp and get off at the Badhuisweg stop. Let the adventure begin!

Estate Clingendael

Clingendael, located in the municipality of Wassenaar, is one of the most beautiful country estates in the Netherlands. The beautiful estate has an ancient history that is clearly tangible in nature and culture.

Here you will also find the special Japanese Garden, consisting of beautiful and rare plants and trees, which is only open to the public for a few weeks a year. For enthusiasts it is also possible to get a tour from a guide! This way you will not miss a single spot on the beautiful Clingendael Estate.

When the weather is nice, the estate is best to visit and you can cycle to Clingendael within 20 minutes.