Marriott International and International Hotel Capital Partners have demonstrated their commitment to The Hague with the opening of two new hotels. The Residence Inn by Marriott The Hague and Moxy The Hague add another 300 plus bedrooms to the city’s already extensive hotel infrastructure.
The two new hotels sit on the former site of The Muzentoren office building, which has been transformed using the latest in environmentally friendly building techniques, including the reuse of old materials, sustainable material choice and efficient waste management and disposal.
The two new hotels, located together on the same site, are in the heart of The Hague and are connected, allowing guests to seamlessly move between their extensive facilities, particularly Moxy’s lively Now Bar.
“Great initiatives have been taken in the hotels to reduce our ecological footprint,” says Annemarie van den Berg, Director of Sales at International Hotel Capital Partners. “For example, motion sensors have been installed that save lighting and air conditioning, water leak detection and a transport plan for guests to be aware of sustainable options. The hotels also work with a biodigester, which means that all food waste is broken down in a natural way and does not end up directly in refuse.”