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DE GLAZEN ZAAL

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Situated near the city center of The Hague, opposite the Malieveld, lies a location that is quite unique. This location, the ‘Glazen Zaal’, was built between the former Portuguese Synagogue and an imposing 18th century house on a canal. Strictly speaking the hall is the courtyard of the centuries old synagogue, which has been incorporated with a glass roof. The facade of the monumental synagogue, one of the most beautiful synagogues in the Netherlands is the grand ‘backdrop’ of the hall.

The glass roof and the partial glass walls will give your guests the feeling of being outside and offer them the freedom of looking up into the sky, for instance during a symposium, a lecture, a debate, a reception or a dinner. Due to the excellent acoustics the Glazen Zaal is also an excellent concert venue.

The Glazen Zaal offers a combination of character and modest beauty; here old and new styles of building interact in a special way.

When the weather is clement the courtyard at the back of the synagogue offers a pastoral backdrop for a reception in the shade of ancient chestnut trees.

The location of the Glass Hall is ideal; the Central Station is a stone’s throw away and there are ample parking facilities, amongst others right across the road, in the underground parking at the Malieveld.
Situated near the city center of The Hague, opposite the Malieveld, lies a location that is quite unique. This location, the ‘Glazen Zaal’, was built between the former Portuguese Synagogue and an imposing 18th century house on a canal. Strictly speaking the hall is the courtyard of the centuries old synagogue, which has been incorporated with a glass roof. The facade of the monumental synagogue, one of the most beautiful synagogues in the Netherlands is the grand ‘backdrop’ of the hall.

The glass roof and the partial glass walls will give your guests the feeling of being outside and offer them the freedom of looking up into the sky, for instance during a symposium, a lecture, a debate, a reception or a dinner. Due to the excellent acoustics the Glass Hall is also an excellent concert venue.

The Glass Hall offers a combination of character and modest beauty; here old and new styles of building interact in a special way.

When the weather is clement the courtyard at the back of the synagogue offers a pastoral backdrop for a reception in the shade of ancient chestnut trees.

The location of the Glass Hall is ideal; the Central Station is a stone’s throw away and there are ample parking facilities, amongst others right across the road, in the underground parking at the Malieveld.

  • Meetingrooms
  • Airco
  • WIFI
  • get grips with history
  • Max. 220 pax for meeting
  • Equipped for disabled
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