Our History

Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel The Hague Our History

Our history

Get to know Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel, a fascinating homage to François Fagel, a prominent figure in Dutch history. François Fagel (1659-1746) was a prominent Dutch civil servant, known for his lengthy tenure as clerk of the States General, the highest administrative body in the Netherlands.

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of François Fagel as you enter our historic building, originally a gift to him from the Royal Family. Fagel's remarkable career spanned 64 years of dedicated service to the States General, making him the longest-serving clerk in Dutch history.

In addition to his political achievements, Fagel was a connoisseur of art and culture. His passion for collecting art and an extensive collection of medals adorned his residence at Noordeinde in The Hague. Today, the "Koepel van Fagel", part of his former home, stands as a tribute to his refined taste and is part of the gardens of Noordeinde Palace.

At Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel, we celebrate this remarkable heritage and capture the essence of François Fagel's esteemed legacy. Our hotel embodies elegance, sophistication and a deep appreciation for history. With individually designed rooms and a mix of historic charm and modern comfort, we invite you to embark on a journey that connects the past with the present.

Discover a world where history comes to life, where the spirit of François Fagel lives within the walls that surround you. Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel: A tribute to a remarkable figure, an invitation to experience history with a touch of luxury.