Though officially travelling to discuss business ties, Hollande did not escape scrutiny over recent allegations of an affair with actress, Julie Gayet.
"Valérie Trierweiler is doing better, and is resting for the moment at the Lanterne an official presidential residence near the Versailles palace]," Hollande told reporters but he refused to comment further.
It was Francois Hollande's first journey abroad since announcing economic reforms that have won the approval of the European Commission.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte expressed appreciation of France's pledges to cut public spending and payroll expenses for companies.
Hollande said he wanted to deepen business links between the two countries, citing the links between the flag carriers Air France and KLM as an example.
The visit was the first to the Netherlands by a French head of state for 14 years.
Hollande is to visit Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday before going to Turkey on 27-28 January and London on 31 January.