Hilton Hotel in The Hague, Netherlands

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    Hilton Hotels announced the opening of the upscale Hilton The Hague in June 2010. Set within the restored 1950’s shell of the former Royal Dutch Telecom headquarters, Hilton The Hague is the fifth Hilton hotel to open in the Netherlands, where the brand has had a presence since 1962.“As the global leader in hospitality, we are pleased to open this new upscale hotel that brings our signature style and service to this great international city,” Dave Horton, Global Head, Hilton Hotels brand said. “Visitors to Hilton The Hague will enjoy an interior designed by noteworthy Dutch talent, contemporary meeting facilities and exceptional food and beverage offerings.”

    The new Hilton The Hague, prominently located in the embassy quarter of the city centre, offers 195 bedrooms, many of which have views over the grand cityscape.

    The Hague is home to one of the world’s most esteemed hotel management schools such as the Hotel School The Hague, where many of the new hotel’s team members, including its general manager, Jan van der Putten, trained for their career in the hotel industry.

    “I am delighted that our new Hilton hotel is now open in this wonderful city. For many years the former Telecom headquarters has been a building of significant interest in The Hague and it has been a dream to help restore this structure so it can become one of the finest hotels in the region. We will be offering guests our world-class service, with our new take on hospitality, in the beautiful surroundings of The Hague,” Jan Van der Putten, General Manager, Hilton The Hague, said.

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    Images Credit: Hilton Hotels & Resorts

    Daniel Fountain / 05.10.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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