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Once you have explored all the city has to offer, step inside Hilton's iconic hotel for a warm welcome and a rich heritage of captivating stories. Of all fascinating tales it has to tell, Hilton Amsterdam is probably best known for being the home of the famous John Lennon and Yoko Ono bed in for peace in 1969. You can even book the very room they stayed in and relive one of the most talked about moments of 20th century history for yourself.
Hilton Amsterdam was the first international hotel to open in the Netherlands. Opened by Mr. Conrad Hilton himself in 1962, the hotel has been a monumental part of the neighbourhood ever since. The distinctive V-shape of the hotel is cantered on the axis of the Apollolaan and Minervalaan, the two main roads of the south area of Amsterdam.
Considered the Father of modern architecture prominent Dutch architect Berlage designed Plan Zuid, a district on which baseline Hilton Amsterdam is famously built. The axis of the two main roads of Plan Zuid runs through the hotel lobby as a fascinating focal and talking point.
On March 24 1969, a white Rolls Royce pulled up in front of the hotel. John Lennon and Yoko Ono stepped out. They booked suite 702 and shortly afterwards all furniture, except for the bed, was removed. This marked the start of the famous "Bed-in" for peace, where they spent a week in bed to protest against the Vietnam war.
Today, the John & Yoko suite is one of the most famous bridal suites in the world. It has been recreated as it was, but with a few concessions to the more luxurious environment expected by today's guests. The style of decoration was approved and advised by Yoko Ono herself, and all materials used are natural, symbolizing purity.
An annual festival of classical music held at special locations around the canals of Amsterdam, one of them our very own garden! Over 60.000 visitors from all over the world enjoy the festivals' combination of location and repertoire, and how classical music performed to the highest level is made accessible to all.
One of the biggest events of the year is the annual Herring Party, where the season's first herring is celebrated. After a hugely successful first edition back in 1994, Hilton Amsterdam hosts this event every year in June, with many well-known Dutch people attending.