Banyualit Spa n' Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBanyualit Spa n' Resort Kalibukbuk
We got lucky with the price and the rooms were very clean. Restaurant was quite nice. Buffet breakfast was really nice but on the second day we had a set menu. Pool is very good and relaxing. Recommend this place.
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