The Hague Tower is situated on a surprisingly small piece of land of only 30 by 35 meter. With its stately 130 meters it is the highest residential tower in The Hague. The building counts 42 floors and 348 apartments, of which 48 amazing rental apartments and 300 studios for students.
Additionally the Hague Tower counts various hospitality and meeting premises, as well as a breathtaking panoramic terrace on the 41st floor. The architect Bontenbal was inspired by the Flatiron Building in New York when he was working on the design.
The Hague Tower has two entrances and five elevators. One entrance with two elevators is for the studio apartment residents. Those who rent the luxurious apartments have their own entrance, also with two elevators which do not stop on the intermediate floors. The impressive panoramic elevator brings you directly to the panoramic terrace on the 41st floor and ‘The Penthouse’ restaurant on the 42nd floor.