Campus The Hague

Our campus in The Hague is located in the Scheveningen area, a very pleasant and relaxed neighborhood by the North sea. This is a 15 min away bike ride from the city centre of The Hague.

Food & Beverage facilities on campus

Food court

Welcome to our biggest restaurant on campus! In this self-service open restaurant our students prepare fresh salads, juices, fish & meat dishes, pastas and stone-oven baked pizzas.
They work with fresh, whole and pure ingredients, preferably locally sourced and organic. The food court serves lunch and dinner and is exclusively open for students, staff and guests of Hotelschool The Hague. It includes a seating area, which is always buzzing with excitement.


Welcome to our vegetarian restaurant! Our student prepare vegetarian dishes, pastries and juices with care and passion out of fresh ingredients. Roots is exclusively open for students, staff and guests of Hotelschool The Hague and serves only lunch.

The bar

Built and decorated with sustainable materials, the bar is open all day for our students and staff for a cup of coffee & some pastries during the day or a nice drink/cocktail and bites after 17:00.

The bar is exclusively open for students, staff and guests of Hotelschool The Hague.

Learning spaces

Connectivity zone & meeting rooms

Our campus in The Hague counts with a an incredible amount of study spaces, to study on your own and/or work on group assignments.

Each one of the four floors includes a connectivity zone; this is an open space where you can study & chat with other fellow students. Every floor also includes dedicated meeting rooms, ideal for group assignments or studying without disturbances.

Media centre

Our media centre is located at the -1 floor. Your will find all the resources you need for your studying. We have 97 study spaces:

  • 46 seats in the study room
  • 16 seats in the silent room
  • 35 seats in the open area

The Media Centre has a bit over 15,000 books, 8,500 individual titles and we offer access to over 237,000 e-books.

Our Media Centre offers access to more or less 30 different databases. The most important ones are Elsevier Science Direct, EBSCO Hospitality and Tourism, Emerald, Euromonitor Passport (consumer information), Marketline and Globaldata, which also give access to a significant amount of academic journals. Besides workshops, we additionally offer individual support with digital literacy to all, on campus and online. Furthermore we provide Lean library application which enables seamless access (Off-campus access) to all online content subscribed by the Media Centre.


Our classrooms can welcome up to 100 students and are equipped with digital screens, computers, HDMI and USB ports. Our auditorium can host up to 160 guests, making it ideal for large conferences. Our campus includes a wine room, which is equipped to host active (tasting) sessions.

Student services on campus


Our Servicedesk is operational every day of the week from 8:00 to 16:00. Our officers will answer all your questions and if necessary will refer you to the correct person and/or department.

Placement office

The placement office is an entity within Hotelschool The Hague which guides our students in the process of finding an internship and preparing them to succeed.

Helpdesk & IT

The helpdesk provides you with assistance and information related to IT related matters.

Living in The Hague

It is the third largest city of the Netherlands with a population of more than 500.000 residents. The Dutch government is seated in The Hague and the city is home to the Royal Family. Officially The Hague is not a city but a village which translates in a warm and welcoming feeling. It is a very compact city which provides well for its inhabitants in different ways, such as large parks, 11 km of coastline (Scheveningen), attractive shopping streets and an extensive multicultural scene.

Besides the lively beach of Scheveningen in the summer, The Hague has a mouthwatering culinary scene and lots of bars and cafes. At ‘het Plein’ in the city centre you find a different cafe for every mood and you might be standing next to the Prime Minister since the Government is just opposite.

The Hague offers great architecture, prestigious art galleries and a variety of museums. The Hague is known for its free of charge pop music festival ‘Parkpop’ and the International Fireworks Festival.

Learn more more about housing and studying in The Hague >