Rijklof van Goensstraat 1A, Bezuidenhout
About the apartment
This spacious ground floor apartment is situated around the corner of the popular Theresiasraat, one of the nicest open air shopping streets of The Hague with more than 100 shops and restaurants. The Beatrix business district, Central Station and the British School are within walking distance which makes this 145 square meter apartment ideal for families with traveling with children. The unique layout of Short Stay Theresia is everything but standard with a living room with a height of nearly 6 meter, an eye catching fireplace and a spacious mezzanine offering a bedroom with plenty of cupboard space. Beside this galleried bedroom there is a second large bedroom with walk in closet and a smaller third bedroom with two single beds completing the total number of beds to six. Car parking in this area can be difficult, but since this apartment comes with a big private garage for your car, you do not have to worry about this. Adjacent to the living room and master bedroom you can sit outside on the large terrace. A great place to invite your friends for a dinner or drink. Of course the kitchen is fully equipped including a dishwasher, oven, microwave and an American fridge with ice cube maker. And like all other BizStay apartments, Short Stay Theresia comes with a Nespresso coffee machine, high speed internet connection, large SMART TV’s in both the living and master bedroom with access to your own Netflix account, YouTube and other TV apps. Or take a walk and explore the neighborhood and discover the Royal Palace, the residence of our King or take a cappuccino at one of the many terraces of the nearby Theresiastraat. It’s up to you!
Bezuidenhout is a popular neighborhood south of the ‘Haagse Bos’ (The Hague woods). It was built between 1900 and 1925. The district was heavily damaged during World War II. After the war the destructed area was rebuilt which is why this area shows a variety of classic and modern architecture. The Bezuidenhout is located north of the city center. The presence of the Beatrix business district and the Central Station contribute to the popularity of this area. The main shopping district is located along the Theresiastraat. In 2014 the New Babylon tower opened its doors offering an indoor shopping center. With its 45 storeys it is one of the tallest buildings of The Hague.