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  • Hilton Amsterdam

    in which John Lennon and Yoko Ono had their bed-in

    The 5-star Hilton opened in 1962, as the first international Hilton Hotel in Europe. It is a large hotel, but still informal, with very good service and facilities.


    Hilton Amsterdam Hotel with its own marina at the Noorder Amstelkanaal

    Although being part of a large chain of hotels, Hilton Amsterdam has no worldwide standard furnishing. The interior of the rooms has a warm and luxurious appearance.

    Rooms and suites

    Hilton Amsterdam has 271 rooms, divided into 3 types:

    • Guest (or deluxe) rooms of 25m2
    • Suites of 33-118m2
    • Executive rooms of 25m2

    If you plan to visit Amsterdam with your family the King Deluxe Room (25m2) connected to the Twin Deluxe Room (25m2) is recommended. It offers enough space for 2 adults and 2 children.

    Notable suites include the John and Yoko suite, which is decorated with memorabilia related to the couple, and the Presedential suite, the largest suite with a space of 118m2.

    The John and Yoko suite

    The Hilton Hotel has become famous by John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1969 bed-in. After being married in Gibraltar in March 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent their honeymoon in the presidential suite (room 902). They received correspondents of the international press in bed, where they stayed for the full six days. It was their "bed-in" action for peace. Later John Lennon described these days in a song "The Ballad of John and Yoko" where he mentions Amsterdam Hilton by name and uses the following words: "the news people said: -Hey, what you doin' in bed? I said:- We're only tryin' to get us some peace!".


    The John and Yoko suite is still in use and can be rented. It is very popular among newly married and couples in love.

    Good and quiet location

    Its architecture is a bit dull. Inside, the Amsterdam Hilton is a comfortable and quiet place to stay. It is located in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, at the elegant Apollolaan Avenue, about 20 minutes walking from the most important museums and a bit away from the busy centre of Amsterdam. Close to the Beethovenstraat, one of the most exclusive Amsterdam shopping streets.

    Nearby sights and attractions

  • Concertgebouw
  • concert hall
  • PC Hooftstraat
  • elegant shopping street
  • Stedelijk Museum
  • modern and contemporary art
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • world's largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh
  • Vondelpark
  • largest city park

    more impressions Hilton Amsterdam




    Restaurants and bars at Hilton

    Hilton Amsterdam has several dining and wining facilities which are also frequently visited by non-hotel guests.

    Roberto's is a top restaurant with an authentic Italian cuisine and a modern-classic interior. It is named after Hilton's general manager Roberto Payer.
    Half Moon Lounge is a nautical-style Amsterdam bar - based on designs by Ralph Lauren - with a nice view of the marina from the garden terrace.
    Issimo is a fashionable Amsterdam espresso bar for breakfast and lunch.

    Restaurant Roberto's


    Half Moon Lounge

    Half Moon Lounge