Marriott has grown its Dutch portfolio with the launch of two hotels, totalling over 300 new keys, in the coastal city of The Hague.
Residence Inn by Marriott The Hague and Moxy The Hague are both located on the former site of The Muzentoren office building. The site has been renovated using the latest eco-friendly construction techniques, such as recycling of old materials, choice of sustainable materials, motion-detector lighting and air-con, and a “bio-digestor” waste management and disposal system. The two individual properties will be connected to each other, thus enabling guests to experience the best of both.
Residence Inn The Hague offers a home-like experience to guests thanks to its studios and apartments that are fully kitchen-equipped with dishwasher, cooktop stove, microwave, crockery, and utensils. The long-stay property also boasts a gym, meeting spaces and complimentary breakfasts.
Moxy The Hague is a stylish hotel aimed at the young-at-heart. Its bedrooms boast the MOXY Sleeper, walk-in showers and 55” TVs. The hotel also has a fitness centre and is pet friendly.
Great initiatives have been taken in the hotels to reduce our ecological footprint. For example, motion sensors have been installed that save lighting and air conditioning, water leak detection and a transport plan for guests to be aware of sustainable options. The hotels also work with a biodigester, which means that all food waste is broken down in a natural way and does not end up directly in refuse.
Annemarie van den Berg, Director of Sales at International Hotel Capital Partners
As The Hague continues to thrive as a conference, meetings and event destination it is vital that our hotel offering grows to meet the needs of our incoming delegates. These to new hotels balance and contrast each other and are welcome additions to the city.
Bas Schot, Head of The Hague Convention Bureau