Huis ter Duin admits to drunk secret service agents
Huis ter Duin admits to being the place where the incident with Obama's drunk secret service agents unfolded. The staff had initially not reported the incident to management, until after it came in the news. The hotel retracts its demand for The Washington Post to print a retraction on their earlier article.
The paper had named Huis ter Duin as the hotel where three secret service agents returned drunk after a night out on town, and one lost consciousness in the hotel lobby. Hotel staff took the man to his room and alerted the American Embassy in The Hague. The agents were suspended and sent home. Commercial manager, Stephan Stokkermans did not appreciate the article in the Washington Post, naming the hotel in the incident, and demanded a retraction, unbeknownst to him at the time, the incident indeed took place at Huis ter Duin.