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Park Central 86f

Bezuidenhoutseweg 86f, Center

1 bedroom
2 guests
40 m2

About the apartment

This comfortable and affordable 2nd floor studio apartment is part of our brand new residence Short Stay Park Central. The location is simply excellent given the fact that it is within walking distance of Central Station, the popular shopping area Theresiastraat as well as the Beatrix business district. Its smart  open floor plan includes a comfortable queen size bed with integrated flatscreen, a comfortable sofa from where you can watch your favorite TV show on the (55 inch) curved SMART TV using the internet apps Netflix, YouTube and many more. The kitchen comes with a 5 burner stove, a dishwasher, oven, microwave, refrigerator and Nespresso coffee machine. The private bathroom has a sink and comfortable shower and the apartment comes with a washing machine and dryer! This top floor apartment has windows on three sides (!) offering a fantastic view on the park. This classic apartment building was built in 1910 and modernized in 2016. It has no elevator so keep in mind that to access the apartment you need to go up two stairs. On a hot summer day the airconditioning system will guarantee a comfortable temperature during the whole day. And if you feel like going to the beach, just hop on tram no. 9 that takes you to Scheveningen beach area in less than 15 minutes!

Paid street parking is applicable. Please contact us to see if we can arrange a parking permit for you.

The area

Bezuidenhout is a popular neighborhood south of the ‘Haagse Bos’ (The Hague woods, see picture) and was built between 1900 and 1925. The district was heavily damaged during World War II. After the war the destructed area was rebuilt which is why this area shows a variety of classic and modern architecture. The Bezuidenhout is located north of the city center. The presence of  the Beatrix business district and the Central Station contribute to the popularity of this area. The main shopping district is located along the Theresiastraat. In 2014  the New Babylon tower opened its doors offering an indoor shopping center. With its 45 storeys it is one of the tallest buildings of The Hague.