Surrounded by museums, housed in a historic building. Hotel Fita is ideally located for all guests. For travellers that want a comfortable night sleep in a quiet neighbourhood and for those that want ready-access to all cultural options Amsterdam has to offer.
The history of the building dates back to 1902. A set of six houses was built and designed by Foeke Kuipers, combining the traditional Amsterdam style with ‘Berlage’ influences. All six houses served as residences, but the corner house was different. Its first residence ran the Institute for Electromagnetic Therapy, allegedly helping people with rheumatism, migraines or writing cramps.
In the 1950’s, a Danish couple took over the residence, transformed it into a hotel and named it after their daughter. Hotel Fita, the current Dutch owners wouldn’t name it any other way.
Museum square area is just a block away from Hotel Fita. It’s a place with royal history. Home to some of
the worlds’ most important cultural and historical contributions – van Gogh museum, Rijksmuseum and
the Concertgebouw – as well as vibrant dining experience and close to the green heart Vondelpark.
Set in a quiet residential neighbourhood, it’s a good choice for travellers that want a comfortable stay with the most important sights and dining experiences within walking distance. Hungry for more? The tram and public transport is just 2 minutes away.