Buitenhof 39-42, 2513 The Hague, Netherlands.
The Corona Hotel is a delightful hotel situated in 3 buildings that was built in the 17th century. It is located on the Buitenhof, which is the heart of the city The Hague. The classical atmosphere and modern facilities are perfectly combined.
Internet is available (extra charge).
Parking fee required (20.00 €).
More than 1 days before arrival : no cancellation costs.
Less than 1 day(s) before arrival : 1 night will be charged.
When the reservation has not been used and no cancellation has been made at the hotel: 1 night will be charged.
Children less than 2 year(s) old: free of charge.
Children less than 12 years and more than 2 year(s) old: 25.00 € for each additional bed.
For older children and adults 25.00 € for each additional bed is charged.
Babybeds: 10.00 € for each additional babybed.
Pets are allowed (extra charge).
Visa, Diners Club, Maestro, Mastercard, Pinpas, American Express.
Elegance and culinary refinement in the heart of The Hague. You cannot wish for a better location. Cafe Restaurant Corona is located in the centre of The Hague, next to the Buitenhof, and 2 steps from the government buildings of the Binnenhof.
The setting is very special, on the ground floor of the three 17th century buildings. Cafe Restaurant Corona is stylish, with a large winter garden that looks out onto the square, and in the back there is a glass wall through which the guest can observe the chefs.
On the menu, you will find classy sandwiches and soups, and there is an extensive lunch available. It is an ideal location for those on business or on a shopping spree. It is possible to dine here on request.
No wonder that this restaurant is part of the Chagall Hotels and Restaurants, which has the motto: "Where fine dining makes the difference."
In the vicinity of the hotel you will find various tourist attractions:
Dr. Anton Philipszaal – The Hague Home of the The Hague Philharmonic.
Art Galleries - The Hague In The Hague are a number of art galleries, most of which are in and around the Dennenweg.
Panorama Mesdag This huge 360 ° painting of Scheveningen in 1881 is 14 metres high and 120 metres broad.
Mauritshuis This museum has a world-famous collection of paintings by painters, such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals and Potter.
Peace Palace The Peace Palace is a gift from the American Andrew Carnegie to the city of The Hague. Currently, the International Court of Justice is based there.
Madurodam The highlights of the Netherlands reconstructed in miniature.
Scheveningen Take a walk on the beach or visit one of the bars or restaurants on the boulevard. Fresh fish is available in the various restaurants in the harbour of Scheveningen.