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Bed Talks

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BedTalks is a festival created by The Student Hotel,[1] named after John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Bed-Ins for Peace, that originally took place at the Hilton in Amsterdam.

BedTalks is devised to be inspirational, with each pair spending 45 minutes talking about something that has the potential to change the world.[2]

Six BedTalks festivals have taken place to date, hosted in various Student Hotel locations including Barcelona, Florence and Eindhoven.[3]

The first Bed Talks event took place on 15 April 2016, to mark the opening of The Student Hotel, Amsterdam City.[4] The event featured Johnny De Mol who was interviewed by TSH founder Charlie MacGregor[5] in a ‘Pillow Talk’ format. There were 60 other speakers including Muna Hassan, Jurgen Griesbeck, Hanna Verboom, Almas Jiwani, Fatuma Adulkadir Adan, and Bibian Mentel.[6]

The most recent BedTalks took place in Florence, with the event at maximum capacity for the hotel's opening.[7]


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