In Events you can catch up on our new and upcoming openings, essential exhibitions and happenings, as well as click on to a selection of affiliated cultural organisations. We show high and low art, design, catwalk appearances, performances, collections, textiles, jewellery, bonsai, pretasters and stunts.
Welcome to the Cultural Embassy!
"I believe in MasterPeace. World leaders cannot push back armed conflict alone. We need the whole world to make this happen." - Desmond Tutu
Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy are interested in the cultural luggage of international guests and visitors. Often this luggage is the basis of the programme of exhibitions, talks, screenings & shows offered by the Cultural Embassy. Regular guests feel invited to unpack and show their work. This is how a room dedicated to singer Ellen ten Damme and photographer Danny Ellinger came about, and a room of photographer Linda Troeller devoted to the Chelsea Hotel New York.
From 7 March 2014 onwards, room #310 will be devoted to the work of MasterPeace.
From 01/10/2013 until 28/02/2014
From our locally minded restaurant to our inspiring collection of Dutch design, the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy is tapped into the cultural and culinary heartbeat of Amsterdam. Our calendar of music, lectures, and special exhibitions is complimented by designs and artworks from over 50 acclaimed Dutch creatives in rooms ranging from 1 to 5 stars.
From 11/01/2014 until 22/06/2014
Restaurant Lloyd Hotel, from 19.00 hrs
Gipsy Music at the Oostelijke Handelskade
Saturday nights with top orchestras of the Dutch Gipsy Scene
Gipsy Music from the heart of Europe, with Eastern, Russian, Yiddish, Latin and Arab influences. Music which is the ideal accompaniment to food! The performances take place either at the restaurant of KHL or that of Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy.
From 17/04/2013 until 17/04/2014
Ellen ten Damme Room
Bookable via post [at] lloydhotel [dot] com or please ring +3120 5613636
Fotographer Danny Ellinger organised a photoshoot of singer Ellen ten Damme which lasted for 2 years.
The result: a picture book called 'Ellen ten Damme, Obsessie', and a hotelroom.