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We always enjoy a visit to Durty Nellies,the staff are good,the place has a good atmosphere,and free shots for the wife's birthday,will definitely return.
On a weekend there's superb music coming from this place
Dropped in to watch the Rugby today, staff were very accomodating and helpful during our brief visit, ordered some chicken wings which were fantastic and what we needed on a wet day in Amsterdam
If I had one complaint it could be consistency of pricing,...More
We arrived on Friday and from the first meeting we felt very relaxed,The Staff are the Best and friendliest, the rooms are all you need, Comfortable Bunk beds, Clean Shower and toilet , The bar and restaurant are very well staffed , The staff are...More
This hostel/bar is good vibes cheap drinks- discounted as a hostel guest. It's on the Warmoesstraat which makes it a good starting bar or even somewhere to top up. Also if you feeling hungry they have a proper combo - chicken tenders, wings, ribs for...More
Stayed at Durty Nelly's with a group of 5 friends (all girls) and had a great time. The hostel staff were very welcoming and friendly, and really good at recommending activities (including the bar crawl which was fab!). The location could not have been better....More
Response from dejimoAmsterdam, Front Office Manager at Durty Nelly's InnResponded 14 September 2017
Thanks for your review! Our staff are always on hand to help you organise activities or offer suggestions! We have a very central location - the perfect place to base yourself for sightseeing! We offer a continental buffet for €5 (croissants, ham, cheese, salami, yogurt,...More
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