Sunset Dinner in Scheveningen

Today I had dinner with Nomadic Matt (@nomadicmatt), a perpetual traveler and celebrity blogger who visited Haagsche Suites last year already.

We had dinner at Beach club “Doen”. Doen = Dutch for Do!

Good food and good service by a friendly and professional crew. Good to see Matt back, albeit too short. As a dessert a nice and crisp true Scheveningen Sunset.

Scheveningen is the beach resort of The Hague. In summer the beach club is an excellent location for many a wedding celebration and in many occasions the newly wed couples celebrate their first honeymoon night in Haagsche Suites. I should go there more often.

It was Amazing!!!

Again a Tripadvisor guest review we’re proud of dated June 8, 2009:

If you are looking for a special place to stay for a special occasion don’t look any further!!!
We spent our wedding night here and we loved it. The host waited untill we arrived and brougt us champagne and sandwiches en showed us the room. It was the most beautiful suite we had ever seen with eye for small details. The next day the host brought us a very nice breakfast with kinds of bread, pastries and the most delicious fruidsalad I have ever had. It’s not cheap to stay here but it’s worth it wen you have something to celabrate.

Stayed April 2009, travelled as a couple

Wonderful Suites, Somewhere to Relax in Beauty!

nouNetherlands wrote at Tripadvisor on June 5, 2009:

I booked a suite in “Haagsche suites” for my sister and her husband for their wedding night. And they had a great time! The suites are beautiful, large, quiet and there is a amazing garden! The owners are very nice and hospitable. They even stayed up until the couple arrived, with drinks and something to eat!
If you want to surprise someone for their wedding night or just want to stay in a beautiful suite book the Haagsche suites!!!

Stayed May 2009, travelled as a couple

Fantastic Honeymoon

This is what EMO-Dijkstra wrote at Tripadvisor on May 22, 2009:

At first sight you will only see a door in a busy street, the Laan van Meerdervoort in The Hague., with its 6 kilometers in length the longest lane in the Netherlands. When you ring the bell and either Guido of Irene will open the door and immediately you will know that you have come to a very special place. Once inside the building has such an atmosphere of luxury and tranquility you know you have come home but a lot better than home. The three gorgeous suites haven been beautifully decorated with style and will offer you all the privacy you may require. All suites are very spacious, clean and maintained. We were privileged that we were able to spend three nights in a row in the suite on the ground floor which overlooked the stylish garden. We have spend the night before our wedding day, the night of our wedding day and the day after. The bedroom with antique mantelpiece, chandelier and bathtub was setting for our romantic honeymoon. And our breakfast which was served in our room was overwhelming, dates, fresh fruits, yogurt, warm rolls, coffee, tea, eggs, brie with walnuts, etc. All this and more have attributed to our fantastic wedding day. Nothing we asked was to much of a trouble to Guido and Irene. They are really helpful, thoughtful and will make sure you will have everything you desire.

Stayed October 2008, travelled as a couple

Haagsche Suites: an Small but Amazing Place

After a wonderful day with lots of impressions to look back upon, we drove to the location for our wedding night: The “Haagsche Suites”. A small but amazing place. The owner has three suites, each in a different but luxurious style. Not too much overdone (for a suite that is..) and with a warm and (again) intimate feeling. It was so relaxing to be able to sit down, and smile at each other while drinking some champagne. It wasn’t until soon or we fell asleep together. Rings on our finger and a big smile on my face!

Quoted from the blog of one of our guests Taiwan

Last edited by GJE on May 18, 2010 at 11:15 PM