See why so many travellers make Boutique Hotel Corona their hotel of choice when visiting The Hague. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Boutique Hotel Corona offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Boutique Hotel Corona are also welcome to enjoy breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Close to some of The Hague's most popular landmarks, such as ProDemos (0.1 mi) and Hofvijver (0.1 mi), Boutique Hotel Corona is a great destination for tourists.
While in The Hague, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Boutique Hotel Corona, including The Penthouse restaurant - sky bar (0.8 mi), Little V (0.3 mi), and Restaurant Zheng - HanTing Cuisine (0.2 mi).
If you are interested in exploring The Hague, check out one of the parks, such as Landgoed Clingendael, Westbroekpark, and Palace Garden.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Boutique Hotel Corona as you experience all of the things The Hague has to offer.
Just completed a 4 night stay on our first visit to Den Haag staying in the Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis. The Hotel is centrally located with lots of bars and restaurants in the area and its across the square from the Parliament buildings. Our room (110) was clean and had a double bed plenty of cupboard space and a separate toilet with a rainfall shower. All staff within the Hotel were very friendly and made our stay very enjoyable
Very friendly staff and very clean and comfortable rooms !You can go everywhere by foot and tram is only 2' in the corner! The restaurant and the breakfast, just perfect! Very cosy bar that you can drink cocktails in very good prices, too.
We recently spent four nights here and were very pleased with our choice. The hotel is located right in the centre of the largely traffic free old city so perfect for walking around and seeing sights. It is an old building that has been extensively updated. We asked for a quiet room and found ourselves located in the middle of the hotel on the third floor. No view but very quiet indeed. The Superior room was large with very comfortable super king bed, three chairs, desk, wardrobe, TV and fridge. BBC 1 and 2 obtainable on TV. Decor is austere with little in way of wall decoration and no rugs on a hard floor. Bathroom was good size with very large bath. Separate shower has completely open front so care had to be taken that water did not go everywhere. Staff were incredibly helpful including helping us to pack up some kitchen knives to send back to the UK as we doubted they would get through Eurostar security! Downstairs there is a large, attractively designed restaurant where food could be obtained all day. It is apparently run by a separate company and is open to non-hotel guests but provides breakfast for the hotel. We ate there each morning and had one evening meal and one lunch. All very good. We would certainly return to the Hotel Corona and recommend it to those wishing to be in the heart of the city but not wanting to pay silly prices.…
We spent 2 nights at this hotel after our bike/barge trip ended in Amsterdam (a short train ride away), and really liked it. It is a quaint, historic little hotel on a nice square just off the main road and tramline (unfortunately with some construction going on in the square – but luckily not too loud during our stay in early July), a short walk from the train station, the Mauritshuis museum, Escher museum, the Hofvijver and Binnenhof/palace buildings, and old town walking streets. We had a comfortable and quiet room on the back/side of the hotel (no view out the window, but that was ok), with a good bed, desk, minibar fridge, and coffee maker. There is a nice restaurant and bar downstairs, with seating outside, where we enjoyed wine and a very good “surf and turf” dinner our last night. We used their bikes one day for a great day of cycling in a big loop (with some suggestions from the very helpful woman at Reception) north to Wassenaar, on to Leiden, out to the beach at Scheveningen, then to Madurodam (worth a visit! Hadn’t been since I was a kid – loved it), by the Peace Palace, and finally south to Delft, where we had a drink on the large main square before riding back to The Hague in time for wine and dinner. We did not have the hotel’s breakfast, but found many options nearby to have coffee and breakfast on our way to the train station. As elsewhere in Belgium and the Netherlands on this trip, we found a lot of construction and road works going on everywhere, which was a bit of a pain when touring/cycling around town, with scaffolding covering many places, roads dug up and loud construction noises ongoing. But we enjoyed our stay, and would stay at Boutique Corona (which was also good value, we thought, for such a 4+ star hotel) again. Thank you!…
I would have given this hotel 5 stars if it were not for the location of our room. Apparently three hotels were joined into one hotel. In order to reach our room, we had to take an elevator up one floor, walk to another elevator and take it down one floor and then walk to our room. In case of an emergency, we would have been in trouble. The room was comfortable and they have a nice buffet breakfast. Dinner also is available.
This boutique hotel offers all the charm of old town The Hague with the modern comforts any traveler at this price category expects. Super friendly staff, very clean rooms and very quiet. Try the lobster soup at the hotel restaurant. It‘s out of this world!
Greeted by a very friendly and helpful receptionist. The AC was on in the room, so it was nice and cool after a long day travelling. The room is not big, but it was spotlessly clean. The bed was the most comfortable I’ve slept in. The bathroom was like new. There is a fridge and a safe in the room. Coffee and tea making facility. Bottled water replenished daily. There wasn’t a sound to be heard. Even in the morning, when the housekeeping staff were on the corridor. All the staff whom we encountered over the three days were excellent. The location is perfect, close to shopping streets and the Mauritshuis is across the street. The No. 1 tram stops nearby, going direct to the seaside at Scheveningen and to Delft. We had breakfast at Palmette nearby each morning. Nice staff and great croissants. The 385 bus from the central station goes out to the Louwman Museum. A great collection of cars. Next time we are in The Hague we will stay at the Corona.…
With a group of 11 family members we stayed a weekend in Corona. Our rooms at the 4th floor were quiet as they were located to the back. And that for the central location at the Buitenhof-quare is great. Rooms are nicely furnished with a comfortable, large beds and - as it is an old building - all slightly different. Definitely to be mentioned is the breakfast in the BIT restaurant. Good selection and no rush at all. The service was friendly, but not always efficient. A few things just did not went as smooth as they should. Corrected, but not compensated.
Wonderful hotel at the heart of the city. Walking distance from so many of the sights with the option of trams outside the door. Stayed here before and would stay again. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Would recommend
The location is fabulous, the staff incredibly friendly and helpful and the rooms very thoughtfully arranged. We dropped off our bags early and when we returned they had been put in our rooms for us. The bar staff was friendly, and breakfast was great. We will stay here again.