Zoutkeetsgracht, Zoutkeetsgracht

Zoutkeetsgracht, Amsterdam

Zoutkeetsgracht Amsterdam Zoutkeetsgracht

In the 18th century, Amsterdam was known as the world’s central warehouse.

About the Property

Part of this heritage, is the Zoutkeetsgracht, which was named after its warehouses used for storing and processing salt. To this day, no other European city boasts so many historic warehouses, most of them converted into apartments. Yays’ Zoutkeetsgracht location which now offers 31 apartments – around the corner from lively Westerpark - is no exception, except that it’s exceptionally amazing of course.

One of our cosiest, but perhaps the finest apartments. All facilities you need are available, exactly like you can expect in your home away from home. That makes this apartment very Yays-worthy. Free Wi-Fi is available.

About the Area

Tucked away to the northwest of Central Station lies the Zeeheldenbuurt. Named after great Dutch seafarers, this is a part of town you won’t find in many tourist guides. Not yet, that is. It’s a true residents neighbourhood with lots of local restaurants and coffee shops.

Watch the ships sail by on the river IJ, jump on a bike and visit the monthly Sunday Market in the nearby Westerpark or catch an art house movie in Amsterdam’s oldest and oh so charming movie theatre The Movies. Leave the city guide at home and wander through the streets as if you always have.

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Set in the heart of Amsterdam City Centre, Dream Apartments provide a convenient location.

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