Swimming pool house rules
Published: 14 January 2011 Modified: 11 October 2012
Our aim is to ensure that all our guests can enjoy The Hague's swimming pool facilities to the fullest. For this reason, we have devised a number of house rules. Please read these rules carefully and make sure you follow them.
Swimwear must be worn at all times.
Children who do not yet have a swimming certificate must always be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or older, dressed in swimwear and with strong swimming skills.
Shoes are not permitted in the pool area or the bare-foot area of the changing rooms.
Running is not permitted in the pool area.
Glassware is not permitted in the pool area.
Always use one of the lockers or cloakroom cupboards to store your valuables and clothing.
For safety reasons, closed-circuit video cameras are in operation.
- Visitors to The Hague’s swimming pools must always follow staff instructions. Verbal abuse and/or physical violence will not be tolerated.
- The management is not responsible for any loss, damage and/or theft of your personal property and/or physical injury in and around the premises. It cannot be held liable in such cases.
- It is not permitted to remain in or around the changing rooms without a valid reason.
- Intimacy of any kind, whether desired or undesired, is not tolerated at this swimming pool.
The swimming pools in The Hague also enforce their own additional house rules. For example, in Zuiderpark a supervisor aged 18 or over is only permitted to supervise up to two inexperienced swimmers. Inexperienced swimmers must wear inflatable armbands behind the wall at the deep end of the recreational pool.
By entering this facility, you agree to abide by the house rules in force. Any criminal activity will always be reported to the police.