Marriott opens 2 new hotels in the Netherlands

Marriott International and International Hotel Capital Partners demonstrated their commitment to The Hague with the opening of two new hotels.

The Residence Inn by Marriott The Hague and Moxy The Hague adding more than 300 additional rooms to the city’s already extensive hotel infrastructure.

The two new hotels are located on the former site of The Muzentoren office building, which has been transformed using the latest environmentally friendly construction techniques, including the reuse of old materials, the choice of sustainable materials and effective waste management and disposal.

  • The Moxy The Hague is a stylish and playful hotel located in the old town, close to the bustling heart of The Hague and the beach of Scheveningen. Guest experience service from Moxy’s young ambassadors, while all rooms include the MOXY Sleeper – offering high levels of comfort, spacious showers and 55-inch flat-screen TVs.
  • The Residence Inn The Hague allows guests to experience the contemporary comforts of living in a bustling city center. Their spacious studios and apartments include a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, stove, microwave and all plates and utensils – ensuring a home-like experience.

The two new hotels, located together on the same site in the heart of The Hague and are connected, allowing guests to move seamlessly between their extensive facilities, in particular Moxy’s bustling Now Bar.

“Great initiatives have been taken in hotels to reduce our ecological footprint,” says Annemarie van den Berg, Director of Sales at International Hotel Capital Partners.

“For example, motion sensors have been installed that save lighting and air conditioning, water leak detection and a transportation plan to make guests aware of sustainable options. Hotels also operate with a biodigester, which means that all food waste is broken down in a natural way and does not end up directly in the garbage.

Bas Schot, Head of the Hague Conventions Office said: “As The Hague continues to thrive as a conference, meeting and event destination, it is essential that our hotel offering grows to meet the needs of our new delegates. These new hotels balance and contrast each other and are welcome additions to the city.

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