Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy - Amsterdam, Nord-Holland, 1019 BN, Niederlande


  • Sandra_Reddin_PilgrimageLR

Date: Thurday 8 December 2016 until Wednesday 4 January 2017
Time: 09.00 - 18.00 hours
Location: Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy
Admission: Free

‘With different eyes’ shows unique photographic work from Sandra Reddin (UK) and icons from Borislav Prodanovic (Serbia).

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  • Gipsy_web

Date: Saturday 26 November
Time: From 19:00 hours
Location: Lloyd Restaurant
Admission: Free

Join some of the best Dutch Gipsy orchestras during this autumn’s Gispy Saloon as they perform during dinner.

The Gipsy Saloon celebrates Lloyd's emigration history, with thousands of East-Europeans migrating via the hotel to South-America in the 1920s and '30s.

The performances alternately take place at the neighbouring De Nieuwe KHL and at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy.

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  • Poppetjes1

Date: Till 31 December
Time: 09:00 - 17:00 hours
Location: Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy
Admission: Free

Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy holds an exhibition on the migration history of the Eastern Docklands area. Between 1921 and 1935 the hotel served as emigrant hotel for shipping company Royal Dutch Lloyd. Thousands of Eastern Europeans emigrated via Lloyd Hotel to Brazil to work on the coffee plantations. The project shows migration has always been a part of human life and is thus related to the current (European) reality. The exhibition is supported by the Event Fund of the Amsterdam City Council, Dutch Culture and Stadsdeel Oost and part of the cultural programme of the EU-chairmanship 2016. ‘Emigrants at Lloyd Hotel’ will run from March to July in the public space of the hotel.


  • Tea_ceremony

The second edition of MONO JAPAN will be held from 2nd to 5th of February 2017.

MONO JAPAN is a cultural fair of authentic and contemporary Japanese crafts & design. The Japanese word “MONO” means ‘object’ or ‘product’. MONO from Japan renders its own meaning to beauty and logic. With its simplicity, refinement and utter care for quality, Japanese crafts deserve a special place in the design world.

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