Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Now You Can Stay In The Hotel Room Where John Lennon And Yoko Ono’s Bed-In Peace Protest Happened.

The suite also features a wide array of artwork designs that you have to see to believe.

Among them are the industrial looking lockers that you can open to reveal memorabilia packed in each cubby. Just one look and they'll take you back to the time of the initial protest.

The suite also features a wide array of artwork designs that you have to see to believe.

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If you feel like Lennon and Yoko Ono are in the room, it's because they are.

All you have to do is look at the walls and study the photos that commemorate the bed-in from 1969. But other features, like the lamp above the dining table and the old-style TV will make you feel like you're actually there.

If you feel like Lennon and Yoko Ono are in the room, it's because they are.

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In the distance, by the window, you'll see the words Hair Peace and Bed Peace.

These are seemingly perfect reproductions of Lennon and Ono's actual handwriting on the window, which symbolized humor as well as a strong message.

In the distance, by the window, you'll see the words Hair Peace and Bed Peace.

The suite also comes with a futuristic virtual reality headset aspect that's simply amazing.

You can actually see what the room looked like when Lennon and Ono stayed here decades ago. It's the ultimate experience for any Lennon fan who has ever wanted to experience the protest through his eyes.

The suite also comes with a futuristic virtual reality headset aspect that's simply amazing.

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Staying in this suite will feel amazing with its plush sofas you can relax on.

There' a definite 60s vibe to everything in this room from the wavy colored pillows on the couch to the curved lamp and tiny round tables.

Staying in this suite will feel amazing with its plush sofas you can relax on.

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