This friendly, charming, mid-sized city hotel is located in the royal city of the Hague, housed in three beautiful statuesque manors, one of which is a beautiful Art Nouveau building, built in 1882 in a style characterized by the stylized, organic, often asymmetrical shaped ornaments and arabesques. Hotel Sebel offers 33 comfortable rooms, all with a private bathroom. Hotel Sebel also houses a beautifully decorated lounge/dining room, where you can relax with a meal or delicious cup of Fair Trade coffee. The walls are lined with lithographs of the Hague’s more beautiful locations by the famous the Hague-based painter Leo Wisselink. The lounge also has a superfast internet connection and wireless internet is available throughout the hotel. Smoking is not allowed in any of the rooms. A parking space can be reserved in your name in the garage, conveniently located near the hotel.
The atmosphere is pleasant and the staff is welcoming and friendly. Hygiene is a primary concern and it is a wonderfully clean hotel. It draws a varied crowd of international and local guests.
Hotel Sebel recently celebrated its thirtieth birthday. Eight years ago, the hotel was bought from the original owners and subsequently expanded and renovated. The current owner, who has a background in hospitality management, has always dreamt of running his own hotel.
The hotel is located on the Prince Hendrik Square; exactly halfway between the city center and the embassy quarter. Access by public transportation is easy, as both the number 3 and number 17 trams stop close to the hotel, as does the number 24 bus from The Hague Central Station. Both Scheveningen and Kijkduin are easily accessible as well. Various restaurants in all price ranges are located in the vicinity of the hotel. Hotel Sebel is included in the Hague’s Michelin guide, in part due to the fact that it is one of the few three star hotels in the city.