- Rode Hoed
1015 CV Amsterdam
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A clandestine church lies behind the façade of three stately and age-old canal houses in the heart of Amsterdam.
The Rode Hoed is a professional full-service events venue located on the historic UNESCO World Heritage canals of Amsterdam. Imaging a board meeting, an international congress or even a romantic church wedding; seven diffirent halls, a spacious foyer with a beautiful café, and perfectly accessible on foot, by bicycle, car or boat: with a capacity of 450 persons. With our in-house professional kitchen of organic dishes we serve our guests delicious lunches and upscale diners. Our experienced technicians make sure that everything runs smoothly at your event.
The Ancient Greeks had the Agora and the Romans the Forum. Here in Amsterdam we have the Rode Hoed that stands in a 400 year old tradition of facilitating an influx of idea’s. The Rode Hoed is a keen watcher and booster of societal debates and also a producer of debates, symposia, literary and even musical gatherings. In fact, our Oosterhuiszaal resonates a beautiful acoustic sound. We’ve become famous in the Netherlands for our cultural programming and therefore often have the honour to welcome the very elite of the Dutch policital, cultural and intellectual society in our midst.
Venue Rode Hoed is part of Amerpodia. Four unique event locations connected by the canals of Amsterdam. De Nieuwe Liefde, Rode Hoed, Felix Meritis and Compagnietheater combined their expertise in 2017 and form the full service event organization Amerpodia. Want to know more about us? Visit our website.
Contribute to our cultural programming
By organizing your event in the Rode Hoed you contribute to public interest programmes being created in de Rode Hoed. The public interest programming is financed by our commercial activities.
- Audio Visual
- Protected Wifi
- Boat dock
- Bus stop on walking distance
- Tram stop on walking distance
- Train station on walking distance
- Hotel service
- Official wedding location
- Accessibility for the disabled