Accommodation & Transport

The European International Model United Nations

Finding a Place to Stay

The TEIMUN conference is a week-long undertaking, which means you probably need to find a place to call home while you visit The Hague. Since the conference will take place in the summer, we recommend making a booking as early as possible as hostels and similar locations are very busy during this period. The TEIMUN Foundation has partnered with the hotels below to offer our delegates special rates for acommodation.

Hotel NH Den Haag

Stay where the action happens! If you are looking for a top-of-the-line accommodation option, where you can also go from bed straight to your council room, then look no further than the NH Hotel Den Haag. 

To make use of TEIMUN’s special rate, per room per night with breakfast included, make sure to initiate your booking by emailing or calling the hotel’s reservations department. Places are limited, so do not delay!

Best Western Hotel Den Haag

The Best Western Hotel Den Haag offers TEIMUN delegates a 15% discount on accommodation rates. Do you want to stay in a quieter part of The Hague, but still be within 15 minutes of the center by foot? Then the Best Western Hotel Den Haag could be the right option for you. 

To make use of the 15% discount, you need to contact the hotel by phone or email, let them know that you are coming to the TEIMUN conference, and follow their further instructions.

Getting to and around The Hague

While The Hague and the Netherlands in general are very pedestrian-friendly, you may not want to walk or cycle everywhere while you are attending the TEIMUN conference. Below we have gathered a selection of public transportation options you may find useful during your visit.


The easiest way to reach The Hague from Schiphol Airport is by train – the journey to Den Haag Centraal station lasts just under 30 minutes. A one-way journey, 2nd class, costs €9,00.

 For up-to-date departure and arrival times and prices, please consult the website of the Dutch Railways (NS) below. The train is also an excellent way to explore the rest of the Netherlands.

Buses and Trams

The main operator of bus and tram services in The Hague is called HTM.

 For up-to-date departure and arrival times and prices, please check the website of HTM below. Busses and trams operate at regular intervals in the city. You wil need an OV Chipkaart to travel with them, or you can purchase single tickets (by card) after boarding. HTM can also take you to cities nearby The Hague.

Other Public Transport Options

To plan your journeys around The Hague, it is best to use the universal Dutch journey planner called 9292. By using this service, you can plan door-to-door, multi-modal public transport trips. Google Maps is also a good option.

To find interesting spots and activities around The Hague, you can visit this page.