100 Sunset 2 Hotel
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TravelPod Member Reviews100 Sunset 2 Hotel Kuta
Great service, good sized rooms with comfy bed. AC!!! 10 minutes from Airport and free shuttle service into town! Nothing extraordinary, but good value for money esp. if you buy through agoda!
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