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When John Lennon and Yoko Ono held their famous ‘Bed-In for Peace’ at the Hilton Amsterdam in room 702, they were protesting the Vietnam war while promoting world peace. To honor the cultural impactful their honeymoon activism had, Hilton is releasing special video content series that highlights the spirit the couple intended back in 1969.
The videos touch on a wide range of topics, from sustainability to workplace culture, through the stories of two strong and inspiring Hilton team members – one who is a refugee and one who is an immigrant.
The introduction to each video shows that Hilton’s founder, Conrad Hilton, grew his company globally on the belief that world travel could lead to better understanding among people, and contribute to global peace. He openly welcomed the Ono and Lennon and the history they added to the brand.
Using the 50th anniversary of the Bed-In (25 March) as inspiration, Hilton’s Room 702 videos pay tribute to Conrad Hilton’s vision as well as honor Hilton Team Members who are living out these values.