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Building info

With its 53 fully equipped boutique apartments, Yays Koninginnegracht is the latest addition to the Yays portfolio. The first Yays location in The Hague will open in the winter of 2020!
The strategic location of Yays Koninginnegracht – in walking distance from both The Hague Central Station and The Hague city centre – makes it a genius choice for both business and leisure travellers.
Yays Concierges will make you feel right at home in The Hague and help you unlock the secrets of the neighbourhood, our neighbours – the nicest, most special and authentic entrepreneurs will tickle your curiosity with their restaurants, galleries and shops nearby - and the stylish comfort of your apartment will make you forget you even have a check-out date!

Neighbourhood info

Smart and sedate, 'Old Town' mixes winding streets crammed with charming cafés and boutiques with open, leafy avenues flanked by 19th-century villas, plus stately green spaces and hidden gardens that offer an escape from the city centre’s hubbub. A chic neighbourhood blessed with a wealth of cosy, one-off restaurants, plus speciality shops selling quirky fashion and lifestyle brands, gourmet food and curios, 'Old Town' is also steeped in history. With every step you take on the short walk to The Hague’s historic centre, 'Old Town' reveals architectural gems, museums housing works by world-famous artists and Old Masters, and atmospheric squares with attractive, shaded terraces.


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2 adults
21 m2
Wifi
1x Double Bed
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Studio

The cosiest solution for couples, ideal for business travellers. Everything you need for your stay in a compact yet comfortable and stylish form, including a fully equipped kitchen and dining area.

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4 adults
32 m2
Wifi
1x Double Bed,  1x Double Sofabed
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One-Bedroom Essential

The ideal apartment for couples looking for that extra bit of comfort or young families. A separate bedroom provides quiet and privacy. The living area with fully equipped open kitchen features a sofa-bed and a comfortable dining table suitable for dining as well as for work and study.

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4 adults
43 m2
Wifi
1x Double Bed,  1x Double Sofabed
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One-Bedroom Comfort

Ideal apartment for couples looking for that extra bit of comfort, young families and business travellers alike. The living area with fully equipped open kitchen features a sofa-bed and a comfortable table suitable for dining as well as for work and study.

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6 adults
50 m2
Wifi
1x Double Bed,  1x Double Sofabed,  2x Single Bed
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Two-Bedroom

For maximum comfort and space, this apartment is suitable for groups up to six persons. Ideal for families and friends, it includes two bathrooms, extra storage space, and a flexible living area featuring a sofa-bed. The fully equipped kitchen and dining area ensure convenience and conviviality.

Services & Amenities

Air conditioning
Airport pick up service
Baby beds
Bike
Concierge
Early checkin
Groceries
Home delivery (meals)
Weekly housekeeping service
Kitchen
Late checkout
Laundry facilities/ washing machine
Linnen & towel service
Luggage storage
Neighbourhood guide
Tours & Tickets
Reception
Shampoo
Taxi
Tea/ coffee facilities (free coffee / tea)
Vendingmachine
WiFi

Welcome to the neighbourhood

Staying in this side of town is the best way to tap into the true soul of The Hague. This selection from the local edition of the Yays Neighbourhood Guide is just an appetizer of the many discoveries that await you in Old Town The Hague. 

Malieveld

Just a stone’s throw away from your apartment, the Malieveld is one of the most iconic places for Hagenaars and Dutch people at large. A rallying point for national public demonstrations, event venue and location of many beloved festivals, this large grass field is one of the most symbolic places of the local collective life. Pop-by to see what’s on!

KLOOSTERBROUWERIJ HAAGSCHE BROEDER

If you are after souvenir shopping that feels like a visit to a museum, you can’t miss this monastery where the Brothers of Saint John sell their own brew of beer, plus herbal teas, essential oils and other products made by monks elsewhere in Europe. While visiting this unique shop, you are welcome to wander around the adjoining chapel and ask questions; the brothers also give tours of the priory and brewery.

ESCHER IN HET PALEIS

The work of graphic artist M.C. Escher is part of the pop culture but rarely exhibited in museums. The Hague offers fans of this visionary artist the unique opportunity to admire a 120-strong collection of Escher originals and to immerse themselves in his perspective-warping themes, including his trademark endless staircases. A playful and mind-boggling interactive exhibit rewards adults and children with a psychedelic souvenir of the visit. Workshops for both adults and kids offer hands-on fun for all ages.

KOFFIEBRANDERIJ BOON

The heavenly aroma of coffee beans will lure you in, Lianne’s knowledge will keep you asking questions! The passion for coffee is palpable and contagious at this one-woman roastery and shop in the picturesque Hofkwartier. Small batches of single-origin arabica are slow-roasted with an almost fetishistic attention to detail in the imposing black-and-chrome Giesen W15; silver bags of the different roasts (and seasonal house blends) line the shelves; and regular workshops bring together true coffee fanatics. Not your average cup of joe.

PAVILJOEN MALIEVELD

This pavilion on the Malieveld was once a beach establishment. It was relocated here during World War II, when all restaurants had to be removed from the Scheveningen beach. There was no going back for this classic establishment, that since began one of the most popular pancake spots in town. Pancakes are the order of the day, with more than 20 sweet and savoury topping options, but poffertjes (typical Dutch mini-crepes)cannot be missed either. Scheduling more visits to this sweet-tooth paradise seems to be the only solution!

Malieveld

Just a stone’s throw away from your apartment, the Malieveld is one of the most iconic places for Hagenaars and Dutch people at large. A rallying point for national public demonstrations, event venue and location of many beloved festivals, this large grass field is one of the most symbolic places of the local collective life. Pop-by to see what’s on!

KLOOSTERBROUWERIJ HAAGSCHE BROEDER

If you are after souvenir shopping that feels like a visit to a museum, you can’t miss this monastery where the Brothers of Saint John sell their own brew of beer, plus herbal teas, essential oils and other products made by monks elsewhere in Europe. While visiting this unique shop, you are welcome to wander around the adjoining chapel and ask questions; the brothers also give tours of the priory and brewery.

ESCHER IN HET PALEIS

The work of graphic artist M.C. Escher is part of the pop culture but rarely exhibited in museums. The Hague offers fans of this visionary artist the unique opportunity to admire a 120-strong collection of Escher originals and to immerse themselves in his perspective-warping themes, including his trademark endless staircases. A playful and mind-boggling interactive exhibit rewards adults and children with a psychedelic souvenir of the visit. Workshops for both adults and kids offer hands-on fun for all ages.

KOFFIEBRANDERIJ BOON

The heavenly aroma of coffee beans will lure you in, Lianne’s knowledge will keep you asking questions! The passion for coffee is palpable and contagious at this one-woman roastery and shop in the picturesque Hofkwartier. Small batches of single-origin arabica are slow-roasted with an almost fetishistic attention to detail in the imposing black-and-chrome Giesen W15; silver bags of the different roasts (and seasonal house blends) line the shelves; and regular workshops bring together true coffee fanatics. Not your average cup of joe.

PAVILJOEN MALIEVELD

This pavilion on the Malieveld was once a beach establishment. It was relocated here during World War II, when all restaurants had to be removed from the Scheveningen beach. There was no going back for this classic establishment, that since began one of the most popular pancake spots in town. Pancakes are the order of the day, with more than 20 sweet and savoury topping options, but poffertjes (typical Dutch mini-crepes)cannot be missed either. Scheduling more visits to this sweet-tooth paradise seems to be the only solution!