City of peace and justice, a diverse student city, and Royal City by the Sea. The Hague – or Den Haag in Dutch – is a charming and international city that never fails to impress. From city to sea, this ever-evolving city is a pulsating place to rent.
Nothing beats the pleasure of living near the sea. Feel the sand of the beach and dunes between your toes, cool off in the sea, and relax in one of the many beach clubs. Go there for the best fresh seafood or have a cup of hot chocolate on a cold day.
Rated as one of the most popular student cities in world rankings, The Hague is the place to be if you fancy studying here. As home of the Dutch government and parliament, many international companies found their home in this city. With more than 160 different nationalities living here, you’re likely to easily connect with others.
What's your type?
One city, three buildings. Our 704 rental studios, apartments, and lofts in The Hague are all close to its city center. Semi-furnished or fully furnished with everything you need. Student-only and for those working. For single ones or couples.
What about The Hague
From the city center to Zeeheldenkwartier, and from Schilderswijk to Scheveningen – The Hague has many neighborhoods, all with their own character. Find authentic stores, the best coffee and lunch spots, and sunny squares in every hip part of the city. This internationally oriented metropolitan is not far from Leiden and Rotterdam. Take yourself there by train, tram, metro, or bus within 30 minutes.
There’s nowhere quite like The Hague. All tailored around the city center, you’re always down among the best of action. Do you prefer a quieter living environment? Search for your dream place in surrounding cities as Zoetermeer, Rijswijk, or Delft.
Your The Hague
Get the most out of living in The Hague. Enjoy the city’s laid-back atmosphere, from wherever you live in The Hague. Explore the historic city center or take it easy at the beach. Your options are endless.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport
This regional airport is the third largest in the Netherlands. From here, you fly to 50 European destinations. You can’t get lost, as all gates come together in only one departure hall. Added plus: there are no long queues here.
Scheveningen, Kijkduin, and Zuiderstrand
Good chance that you’ll love Scheveningen, Kijkduin, and Zuiderstrand when living in The Hague. These three beach spots are perfect for a morning walk or an evening stroll. Scheveningen is most popular, while at Zuiderstrand you’ll mostly find fellow residents from The Hague. You may know Scheveningen from its iconic Ferris wheel on the Pier.
The Hague is called Royal City by the Sea for good reason. Did you know that the King of the Netherlands goes to work most days at Noordeinde Palace? If the flag is raised, he’s there. The palace garden has a beautiful pond and flower lawns, making it a wonderful place for a picnic. It’s open to everyone!