Full of personality yet resolutely functional, Claudia Strater’s designs have been a part of the Dutch fashion scene for the past 40 years. Her collections have a timeless elegance with clean-cut shapes and are exclusively produced from high-quality fabrics.
Claudia Sträter, Hoogstraat 22, 2513 AS The Hague, +31 (0)70 364 5822
Kaatje aan de Rein
One of the Netherlands’ most diverse stores, Kaatje aan de Rein sells stylish home décor, gifts, beauty products and stationery within its varied range. The displays are similarly unusual with a vintage feel, featuring products stored in an antique medicine cabinet.
Kaatje aan de Rein, Frederik Hendriklaan 63, 2582 BT The Hague, +31 (0)70 356 9980
The Hague’s municipal museum, located in a spectacular building, is home to the largest collection of Piet Mondrian paintings in the world. Visitors over the next few months will also be able to see 70 of the finest works of art from the neighbouring Mauritshuis while this museum is undergoing restoration, including View of Delft by Johannes Vermeer and the Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicoleas Tulf by Rembrandt Van Rijn.
Gemeentemuseum, Stadhouderslaan 41, 2517 HV The Hague, +31 (0)70 338 1111
Restaurant Des Indes
Popular with locals and visitors, Restaurant Des Indes has become one of the city’s best restaurants thanks to its innovative use of fine Dutch produce on the French-influenced menu. The opulent dining room provides the perfect setting for the exquisite dishes; options include Acquerello risotto with truffles, mille feuille of smoked salmon and grilled lobster.
Restaurant Des Indes, Hotel Des Indes, Lange Voorhout 54-56, 2514 EG The Hague,+31 (0)70 361 2345