Living in The Hague

You will soon feel at home in The Hague; it is one of the most beautiful places to live. The beach, woods, and rich architecture - The Hague has it all! 

Tips for finding a room

  • Check with everyone - friends, acquaintances, anyone you meet.
  • Take a look at the newspapers or the bulletin boards at supermarkets or the library.
  • Register at (non-commercial) room letting agencies (for example, Duwo).
  • Check with social housing corporations (sometimes it is possible to share a flat with others).
  • Place an ad yourself.


Or go to the following links (in Dutch):
- Region Apartments
- Pararius
- www.Kamers.nl
- www.huurwoningen.nl
- www.kamernet.nl
- www.kamer.nl
- www.kamerhulp.nl
- www.kamertje.nl
- www.kamerlink.nl
- www.ikzithier.nl
- www.vestia.nl
- www.studentlinks.nl
- www.studentenkamer.nl
- www.studentenkamers.nl
- www.thestudenthotel.com


Found a room?

Once you find an address, always go and see it yourself and bring someone along. Before you view a room, make a checklist.

For tips (in Dutch), see:

DUWO

The municipality of The Hague, in cooperation with DUWO, is very active in the field of student housing. The room database is continually being expanded. DUWO lets nearly 1500 rooms and also acts as a mediator for privately owned rooms. DUWO officers can tell you exactly how the registration, searching for and assigning of rooms works.
Telephone: 0900-BELDUWO / 0900-2353896
Wwebsite: https://www.duwo.nl/en/home/

Legal Insurance Information Centre (RIC)

The RIC (Legal Insurance Information Centre) is an independent information platform on legal aid in the Netherlands.
Their website contains, among other things, information on rental law including student housing.

Last Modified: 01-11-2016