In this section you can find information about the palaces and residences of the members of the Royal House. King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and their three daughters live at Villa Eikenhorst in Wassenaar. At some point in the future the family will move to Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague, which is currently the home of Princess Beatrix. In the course of time the princess will take up residence at Drakensteyn Castle in the village of Lage Vuursche. In the interim Huis ten Bosch Palace will be used for official receptions and meetings. The King will also make use of Noordeinde Palace in The Hague and the Royal Palace in Amsterdam.

  • Noordeinde Palace

    Paleis NoordeindeNoordeinde Palace in The Hague is the King’s place of work. The palace is the property of the State and was placed at the disposal of the head of state by Act of Parliament. The palace complex also includes the Royal Stables, and the palace gardens contain the Royal Archives, which are the...
  • Huis ten Bosch Palace

    Paleis Huis ten BoschHuis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague was made available to the then Queen Beatrix in 1981. It was the home of Princess Beatrix until early 2014, when she moved back to Drakensteyn Castle in Lage Vuursche. At some point in the future, King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and their three daughters...
  • Het Loo Palace

    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum © RVDHet Loo Palace was built in 1685 at the behest of Stadholder William III (later King William of England). It is located on Het Loo Royal Estate, which is also the site of Het Oude Loo Hunting Lodge.
  • Soestdijk Palace

    Paleis soestdijkSoestdijk Palace is located between the villages of Soest and Baarn. Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard lived there from 1937 until they died in 2004. In 1971 the palace became state property.
  • Royal Palace

    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam © Wim RuigrokThe Royal Palace is located in the centre of Amsterdam. It is also known as Dam Palace.
  • De Horsten Royal Estates

    De Eikenhorst © RVDDe Horsten Royal Estates have been the property of the royal family since 1845.