High Class Escort The Hague

Take Lisa Blaine on a date to Where the Royal Family Resides: The Hague

Minimum availability for a date in The Hague: 6 hours

About The Hague

Despite being the largest Dutch city on the North Sea coast and dubbed as the “International City of Peace and Justice,” The Hague (also famously known as “Den Haag”) is not a typical and run-off-the-mill historical city. A shopper’s heaven and the greenest city of Europe, the Hague is where the Dutch Royal Family resides, and this city is the royal capital of the Netherlands. This is why a regal air and atmosphere are wafting through this city as soon as you step foot here. Two of the most essential courts globally, the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court, are located in the Hague. The Hague is also the perfect destination for a date, as unique hotels dot the city, and watching the sunset at the Binnenhof castle will envelop you in warmth and drown you in romantic feelings.

The best time to take high-class escort Lisa Blaine to The Hague

The weather from April to October is quite gentle and temperate. The sun is truly golden, warm and makes you feel more hopeful about upcoming days during spring and summer. The city is a year-round destination that appeals to many, but if you are a beach person, visiting from June to August is ideal. But still, coming to The Hague in April or May is not without its charms because daffodils and tulips are in full bloom, and you can witness their beauty as the gentle spring breeze brushes your cheeks. There is always a chance to rain during spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), so coming prepared with a light rain jacket will save you from getting drenched.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in The Hague? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in The Hague? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in The Hague

Hilton The Hague

five star hotel rating

You cannot ask for a better locationHilton The Hague is just steps away from the city’s center high-end shopping area and 450m away from Noordeinde Palace. If you are in the mood for some sand and sun, the beach of Scheveningen is only a 15-minute ride by tram or bike. Free Wi-Fi is accessible in public areas, and private parking space is available. The rooms of Hilton The Hague feature spacious suites with a desk and a flat-screen TV. Don’t forget to wash and replenish the tired body in the bathroom, which features a bath and shower.

Hotel Des Indes The Hague

five star hotel rating

Situated on the Lange Voorhout in the city center of The Hague, this 5-star hotel offers a swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, and an exclusive health club. Relish the elegant rooms with a seating area and a satellite TV. And what could be better after a long day of sightseeing than to lie in a large bed with soft white duvets? Jacques Garcia, a famous architect, designed this 5-star hotel. Besides the facilities mentioned above, there is also a lounge, restaurant and meeting facilities.

Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus The Hague

five star hotel rating

What is a vacation without a hotel room overlooking the sea? Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus is the perfect accommodation for beach lovers. Situated in an original and monumental building on the beach of Scheveningen, the beach is within a 3-minute walk. Besides complimentary Wi-Fi, the rooms have extra-long and cozy beds, desks, and bathrooms with a contemporary design. 

Guests can savor their breakfast while enjoying the view of the North Sea. When the weather is friendly, it is also possible to have it on the terrace.

Hotel & Spa Savarin

five star hotel rating

Situated 3km from Rijswijk and 4.3km from The Hague, Hotel & Spa Savarin features lavish rooms with espresso machines and 37-inch flat-screen TVs. Two main attractions of this 5-star hotel are the relaxation facilities and a quiet terrace. Not only can guests enjoy an indoor pool and gym, but they can also indulge in various spa facilities such as a hammam, a hot tub, and a solarium.

Scheveningen Diamond View Beach and Harbour

five star hotel rating

Located near the beach and marina of Scheveningen, the rooms of Scheveningen Diamond View Beach and Harbour offer comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi access and a hot tub. Private parking is available, and every apartment features a terrace. Scheveningen Lighthouse is 2.5km away from the hotel, and the closest airport is Rotterdam, The Hague Airport.

Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin

five star hotel rating

Despite not being located precisely in The Hague, Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin is an exceptional accommodation. This hotel has it all: a restaurant, a gym, a bar, a 24-hour front desk service, a spa, a sauna, a wellness center as well as a concierge service. Guests can use free Wi-Fi, and private parking is available (at an additional cost).

The Hague’s most romantic restaurants

Calla’s *

Chef Ronald van Roon loves plants, and when you dine at Calla’s, this characteristic will be showcased on your plate. This stylish restaurant is also serene, and above all, flowery. The champagne lounge and dining room are embellished with decorative flowers and plants, exuding warm and welcoming vibes. The dishes are made with fresh ingredients taken directly from the Laantje Voorham vegetable garden. The appeal of the food lies in the chef’s approach: he likes to prepare the food as pure as possible but is not afraid to experiment with creative garnishes such as fermented mushrooms and Mexican chili peppers.


The restaurant is located in a vintage-style building with stylish stained-glass windows, ensuring guests enjoy a soothing ambiance while savoring a range of excellent dishes. French and Mediterranean influences used by the Chef give the dishes a touch of freshness and elegance. Top dishes include hamachi and anchovies as well as rye with chervil root.


What was once a renowned bookshop has turned into a restaurant full of qualities with a Mediterranean flair. Tapisco is the go-to place if you are in the mood for Spanish tapas and Portuguese petiscos. The dishes are relatively small in size but explode with flavors, making guests feel as if they were cruising the Mediterranean. The squid macaron with tuna cream is a dish you would not want to miss out on.

De Basiliek

A fun night out is guaranteed when you dine at De Basiliek. This chic place makes diverse dishes from various regions. The dishes were highlighted and presented creatively, with delectable and fitting combinations. Try the 3-course menu and allow your tastebuds to dance.


Sequenza is intimate, and many regulars are head over heels for their French-influenced market menu, which features a limited number of mouthwatering dishes because, quality over quantity, right? They say that good things come in small packages, so don’t be discouraged by the small selection of dishes because the flavors make them a treat that is hard to beat.


At Fouquet, guests are spoiled with the options of modern dishes with subtle texture variations or timeless and classic dishes that have intense flavors, such as Tournedos Rossini. We suggest you opt for the surprise menu if you are feeling a bit adventurous—any dish you pick guarantees excellent skills utilized to make it and profound knowledge of the ingredients.

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Romantic highlights of the city

Beach day and seafood feast in Scheveningen

Soak up the sun on your date and down plenty of seafood in Scheveningen. Scheveningen is the main beach resort of The Hague and by far the most popular seaside town in Holland. Basking in the sun, going surfing, visiting the Sea Life Centre, and trying your luck at the Casino are some activities you can do with Lisa Blaine.

The cherry on top, of course, would be to savor seafood platters consisting of clams, oysters, crab, and lobster accompanied by a glass of sauvignon blanc. If you are up for the local experience, June is the herring season, and you can down fresh herrings with garlic to your heart’s content.

Be giants at Madurodam Model City

Maybe it is true that the world is your oyster because, at Madurodam, you can feel like giants surrounded by miniatures of Holland’s most renowned landmarks. The 1:25 scale model replicas of the Binnenhof, the Rijksmuseum, and the Schiphol Airport look adorable as you take photos with your beloved one in front of them. Learn the history and exciting stories of Holland, its attractions, landmarks, and national architecture.

Rent scooters and get around the city (and even to Delft)

Nothing beats the relaxing atmosphere and vibes from getting around and sightseeing with scooters. Scooters let your lover hop on the back, hold on your waist, and at times rest her head on your back. The good news does not end there, as you can make the most of the scooter and ride it to a neighboring city, Delft. Delft is the perfect place to savor some poffertjes with fresh mint tea after an extended visit to the Vermeer Museum or Delft Pottery, where you can bring home pretty and blue Delft pottery made of ceramics.

Take a walk at Binnenhof Palace

One of the most notable complexes of buildings in The Hague. The Binnenhof has hosted political meetings since 1446 and is the center of the Dutch parliament. It would not be a visit to the Binnenhof without stepping foot on the Hall of Knights (the Ridderzaal), the focal point of the Binnenhof. With its Gothic style and magnificent stained glass windows, the building is used to hold royal receptions. When the sun starts to set, romantic air fills the air as you admire it from the Hofvijver, a lake at the center of The Hague.

Stroll around Japanese Garden in Clingendael Park

Sometimes, you can have your cake and eat it. The proverb “killing two birds with one stone” rings true when you visit The Hague because not only can you drink in and inhale the authentic European scenery, there is also an outstanding and beautiful Japanese garden in the estate of Clingendael that only opens for a limited amount of time every year (in May and October). Although its size is modest, the garden is well tended to and well-curated. This is the right place to find peace and tranquility with your partner.

Shopping sprees never hurt anybody

Whether you are a true shopaholic or just a seasonal shopper, The Hague gets you covered. If you cannot wait to lay your hands on the newest bags and the most sophisticated haute couture, Denneweg and Frederikstraat are the areas you are looking for. These areas are a great mix between trendy shops, name brands, and adorable boutiques. If you prefer one place that has it all, de Bijenkorf is very well-structured, and you can easily find what you are looking for based on the floors. But, when you want the ultimate experience of shopping and visiting an iconic landmark, De Passage definitely fits the bill as it is the oldest indoor shopping center in the Netherlands.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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