Where comfort meets elegance. Park Centraal invites you to experience Dutch heritage in Amsterdam and Den Haag. Located in historically-rich establishments, each of our hotels offer a unique, culturally vibrant experience for guests.
The history of Park Centraal Amsterdam is one of cultural reinvention and renewal. Originally constructed as a small tea house, the building first opened its doors on the corner of Stadhouderskade and Hobbemastraat in 1840. This was before the opening of the world-famous Vondelpark nearby, which followed 25 years later. The building has since taken on many identities and ultimately became the home of Park Centraal Amsterdam in 2006.
Park Centraal Den Haag is located in a beautifully refurbished 160-year-old hotel with its original heritage preserved throughout. The history of the property can be traced back to 1858, but 1912 marks an exciting turn when it became the female-owned Hotel Pomona with The Hague’s first-ever vegetarian restaurant. Notable patrons of the time included artist Hilma af Klint and philosophers Bertrand Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Complementing the heritage of Park Centraal Amsterdam is the modern Bar Claes – a refined space serving drinks, cocktails and light snacks. Located on the ground-floor lobby and open from 11:00 ‘til late seven days a week, it’s the perfect space to sip, ponder and mingle with both locals and visitors alike.