Those 3 charming apartments are situated accross the Royal Palace ‘Huis ten Bosch’ which has been the home of the Royal Dutch family ever since the year 1815. The greatest part of the surrounding park and gardens of nearly two square kilometers is open to the public during all seasons of the year. Yet, those contemporary luxury apartments are close to the popular shops and boutiques of Theresiastraat and within walking distance of Central Station and the New Babylon Shopping Centre. The perfect balance between comfort, space, quietness at a central location. Also the British and American schools can be reached within 15 minutes making this a very attractive location for families with children, business travelers and leisure travelers.
BizStay Royal Garden 249 is the largest of three apartments at this location. It has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and offers contemporary conveniences in a classic ‘suit’ with high ceilings, comfortable furniture, multiple large flatscreen TV’s, a laundry room, fully equipped kitchen, high speed internet and a patio. show apartment
BizStay Royal Garden 249a is situated at the first floor (one stair up, no elevator) and is one of the three apartments at this location. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with a separate toilet. It offers contemporary conveniences in a classic environment, tall windows with fantastic view on the Royal Park, comfortable furniture, large flatscreen TV’s in all rooms, laundry facilities, a modern fully equipped kitchen, high speed internet and a spacious private balcony. show apartment
BizStay Royal Garden 249b is situated at the top floor (two stairs up, no elevator) and is one of the three apartments at this location. It has 2 bedrooms of which one master bedroom with double bed and a smaller bedroom with one single bed, 1 bathroom with a separate toilet. It offers contemporary conveniences in a classic environment, a bright living with fantastic view on the Royal Park, comfortable furniture, large flatscreen TV’s, laundry facilities, a modern fully equipped kitchen, high speed internet and a spacious private terrace. show apartment
The surrounding area
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.