The Babylon hotel is located amidst a number of important ministries and right next to the central station of The Hague. In the immediate vicinity you will also find the Royal Library and the children's book museum. Take a quick step into MingleMush, a beautiful food hall, behind the hotel.
The Gemeentemuseum is a modern palace for the arts. You step into an enchanting building and wander through beautiful daylit galleries and discover that a work of art touches you personally. Monet, Mondriaan, Picasso; they all have a place in one of Europe's largest art museums, the Gemeentemuseum.
According to those in the know, the Louwman Museum houses one of the most beautiful automobile collections in the world. The collection comprises more than 250, often unique, cars and is not only worth a visit for the petrolhead junkies but also shows a unique chunk of the history of the automobile. From time to time, varying exhibitions come out, enquire about this at the hotel reception.
The Mauritshuis shows the best of Dutch painting from the Golden Age. In the heart of The Hague is the compact but world-famous collection. Masterpieces such as Vermeer’s Girl with a pearl earring, The Anatomical Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt, The Goldfinch by Fabritius and The Bull by Potter are on permanent display in the intimate museum galleries of the seventeenth-century monument.
After a day of imbibing culture or shopping in The Hague, get a fantastic breath of fresh air at the beach. And don't forget to take a ride on the Ferris wheel in the middle of the pier as well.
The Japanese Garden is the showpiece of the Clingendael estate. There are beautiful and rare trees and plants to see here. The garden is very vulnerable and is therefore only open for 8 weeks of the year. Don't grieve, the Clingendael estate is impressive enough and certainly worth a visit.