• Photos
  • Location
  • Amenities
  • Summary
  • Related
From €399/month
From 12-250m² (~50 people)
3 months
Visit this office
Ask a question
Talk with our advisors
Our team of personal property advisors will manage your entire search for free.
Call us at +31 85 7500 440

Rijswijkseplein 786 - The Hague Tower

The Hague



check Parking lot
check Highway
check Near bus/tram
check Near train
check Bike racks
check Near subway
check Near exit
check Kitchen
check Wi-Fi
check 24/7 Access
check Reception
check Lunch facilities
check Elevator
check Lounge
check Conference facilities
check Flexible contracts
check Furnished
Not available
close Paid parking
close Near center
close Virtual office options


The Hague Tower, popularly known as 'Het Strijkijzer', is a cloud cracker in the center of The Hague at the Rijswijkseplein with 42 floors and a height of 132 meters. It is the third tallest building in The Hague. Due to the height and the shape of the top, the building is easy to recognize in the skyline of The Hague. The building is inspired by the Flatiron Building (1902) in New York City. The Haagse Toren is a new icon in The Hague. This building, located on Rijswijkseplein, was designed by architect Paul Bontenbal. This tower includes a restaurant (The Penthouse, the highest restaurant in the Netherlands), a viewpoint, meeting room, offices, homes and short-stay apartments. The 1st floor of the Haagse Toren is available for rent. The reception for The Penthouse and the short-stay apartments is located on the ground floor. Are you looking for a modern office space with all the modern failures in a unique location, then you've come to the right place.


Accessibility by car.
Due to its location on the Rijswijkseplein, one of the major thoroughfares of The Hague, the Haagse Toren is easily accessible by private transport. The immediate vicinity of the Utrechtsebaan, with connections to Amsterdam (A4), Utrecht (A12) and Rotterdam (A13), ensures a perfect connection to the national road network.
Accessibility by public transport.
The building is a 2-minute walk from Hollands Spoor railway station with direct connections to Amsterdam and Rotterdam. In front of the station entrance are stops for tram lines 1, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17 and bus lines 22 and 26.