Accommodation is not included in the
registration fee and will be paid by
participants separately. If you need an
accommodation to stay overnight we recommend:
Badhotel in Den Haag/Scheveningen.
(By the way,
Badhotel does not mean bad
hotel, but bath hotel!)
Twin room single use: € 117,50 p.r.p.n.
Twin room double use: € 133,50 p.r.p.n.
Citytax: € 2,54 p.p.p.n.
Parking: € 18,50 p.c.p.n.
You can make reservations for this hotel by:
• contacting reception: +31 (0)70 351 22 21
• sending an
If you make a direct reservation please
indicate that you are a visitor of the conference 'Artificial
economics', under the code name “LEI”.
Please make your reservation before 16 May.
as of August 9, I was told that the Badhotel can
still make reservations for you for this price
(even though they may initially tell you that
they are fully booked). Make sure you mention
LEI and the conference name.
You can also arrange your own accomodation with
the tourist board VVV Den Haag:
or +31 (0)70 353 30 00
if you prefer another hotel, these hotels are on
walking distance from the conference location
and can be contacted through
in any order of preference): Sebel; Hampshire; Court Garden; La Ville; Paleis; Novotel World Forum.
Travel to The Hague
- To travel from Schiphol airport
to The Hague, we recommend public transport. Public transport in The
Netherlands is very well arranged and pretty
reliable. (A one-way
journey to The Hague takes about 35 minutes, and costs
approximately € 7,40). Renting a car has
advantages, but the disadvantages of traffic
jams and parking difficulties in cities are
considerable. (However, parking at the LEI
conference venue should be no problem). Schiphol train station (from the Dutch
Railway company NS) is situated directly
below the airport. If you want, you can pick up a free
baggage trolley from the platform. After arrival, you can walk straight to the
train station; informative signs will lead you
- The Hague has two main train stations:
Den Haag Holland Spoor (HS)
and Den Haag Central Station (CS).
Although they are both OK, often Den Haag
Holland Spoor (HS) has the easiest
connections. People travelling to Badhotel:
take Den Haag Holland Spoor (HS).
- Coming from the South, a good option is
to take the high speed train to
From there, a train departs every hour (at
x.18 hour) to The Hague HS (Den Haag
Holland Spoor station).
How to get by public transport to the Badhotel:
- From Den Haag
Hollands Spoor train
station (HS): Take tram No 1 (direction:
Scheveningen Noorderstrand). Get off at stop
Badhuiskade (50 m from the hotel). (A tram
ticket can be obtained from the tram
- From Den Haag Central Train Station
Take tram No 9 (direction: Scheveningen
Noorderstrand). Get off at stop
Circustheater. Walk 500 m south (along
Gevers Deynootweg). Or get off (tram No 9)
at stop Kurhaus, then take tram No 1 (direction: Delft
Tanthof), get off at stop Badhuiskade (50 m
from the hotel). (A tram ticket can be
obtained from the tram driver).
How to get from Badhotel to LEI (conference
venue) and v.v.:
- Tram No 1 forms a direct line between
Badhotel (stop Badhuiskade)
and LEI (stop Javastraat).
Walk into the Javastraat, in the direction
of the Peace Palace (Vredespaleis) and the
first road on your right hand side is the
- From Badhotel, Tram No 1 in direction
Tanthof if headed for LEI.
From LEI, Tram No 1 with direction
is headed for Badhotel.
- The tram goes very often (during daytime
every 10 minutes, less frequent at other
times). The tram journey takes 8 minutes. A
ticket costs about € 2.50.
- You could also decide to walk, which
would be about 30 minutes. (There will
be people who know where to go, e.g. some of
your dedicated conference organizers).