The Hague Tower is a landmark building inspired by NYC famous Flat Iron Building. It’s the highest publically accessible building of The Netherlands. The building won the golden Emporis Skyscraper Award in 2007, because of it’s remarkable design and construction on a small plot of land, of only 30x35metres. Offices and student housing are located on the lower floors. The top floors are reserved for luxury rental apartments, business suites and the famous Penthouse restaurant and sky bar. The restaurant has special windows which turn into projection screens at night, changing the view to other cities or even underwater scenes.
On the 41 and 42nd floors there are outside viewing areas, including the city balcony which offers the best views. The views are so impressive because of the location of the building: set apart from the rest of the city, just outside the main city centre. A front-row seat experience.