Which Novotel? The one in the Centrum or the one by the World Forum?
Also, it might help you to be aware that there are two main train stations in The Hague, Den Haag Centraal and Den Haag Holland Spoor. And that the area around DH HS is currently undergoing a bit of chaos in the immediate vicinity due to the reconstruction of the tram lines that service it. Many stops have been temporarily moved and trams/buses re-routed around it. This will be ongoing until Dec 2017.
If it's the Novotel in the Centrum, then you'll want a train from Schiphol to DH Centraal, then it's not too bad a walk to the hotel.
If it's the Novotel at the World Forum, then you'll likely still want a train from Schiphol to DH Centraal, but you won't want to drag luggage on a walk like that. Luggage is far easier on a tram than a bus, so a tram might be advisable. Keep in mind, not all tram lines stop at Centraal. I'm dashing out the door at the moment, but if you need further details on which tram for the World Forum Novotel, I can help with that a little later.
In the mean time, you might also want to consult the 9292 website given above, plus include Google Maps, ns.nl, and htm.nl. (Both these sites are useful for cross checking the 9292 routings, plus they tend to be more up to date if there is a fault/failure/engineering works going on.) Use a translation program rather than the English versions of the sites for better, more complete results (just remember that translation programs also translate place/street names.)
Once you're in The Hague, are you site seeing or otherwise in need of info on how to get around and about?
Uber is available, check their website for a fare estimate.
Den Haag is Dutch for The Hague. Just in case you did not notice. In short DH. Good luck with your journey!
Just did it by train (to Centraal) and walking. You don't need a schedule. Just walk up to the counter and ask for a ticket to The Hague -- in English. They will tell you the time and platform for the next train. They are very frequent even on Sunday afternoon which was when I arrived. It was about a 20 minute ride.
The the walk to the Novatel took less than 20 minutes through a pleasant part of the city.
I should add that I travel with as little luggage as possible. And that I fortified myself with a Starbucks coffee at the station before I walked!Edited: 18 September 2017, 04:17