Bounty Hotel

Address: Gang Poppies 2 # 18, Kuta, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Gang Poppies 2 # 18, Kuta, is near Waterbom, Legian Beach, Elephant Safari Park, and Banjar Hot Springs (Air Panans Banjar).
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsBounty Hotel Kuta

          Reviewed by jayrdong

          Cheap hotel, nice daily pool parties, bathrooms need updating

          Reviewed Oct 30, 2015
          by (2 reviews) Oklahoma City , United States Flag of United States

          Decently priced hotel and definitely felt protected from any local threats with the security there. I enjoyed the daily pool parties and felt comfortable being around other foreigners (mainly Australians). Close to the beach and close to everything. Highly recommend staying here! Bathrooms are outdated though and need some updating, but if luxurious stay isn't your focus, then Bounty Hotel is the place to stay.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Bounty Hotel Kuta

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Kuta

          Out of Limbo and into 'Heaven'

          A travel blog entry by lainelangridge on Jul 26, 2015

          5 comments, 6 photos

          ... Are you kidding? I am old old woman.' (reveals white hair and wrinkles below hat)
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          I considered - can I risk going on bike? Can I even put my leg over the seat? Did I mention this in my 'What to do if I die' list on the ...


          A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Dec 29, 2014

          1 photo

          ... This afternoon I will have to go back to the SOS clinic to have the stitches removed from my lip. Dr. Puteri will be on duty as from five o'clock. I hired a car with a driver for the day, which is very comfortable and little more expensive than separate taxi's. My god, do I need that car for the full day! While the morning was quiet, in the afternoon the roads are swamped by thousands of cars and millions of motorbikes. This being the days ...

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          A travel blog entry by benabroad on Jul 27, 2014

          Again, blog written whilst travelling so tenses change (I'm too lazy to correct this)

          So early today I devoured a tasteless pineapple pancake (what is peoples fascination with pancakes for breakfast? They really don't hit the spot for me) then went to the harbour (Gili Air) for the very smooth bus and boat combo to ubud, where I'll hopefully be arriving shortly.

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          A travel blog entry by annavan on May 21, 2014

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... the next destination, a historic site called the Bima Shakti Sculpture. Niomi and I both used the drive to catch a few winks which Florian took as an opportunity to take some mug shots of us asleep, mouths hanging open, such an attractive look. To get to the entrance we had to walk down a long road with a bustling market mostly selling really touristy souvenirs or street food. We ignored the shouting sales people trying to entice us into buying things we clearly didn't want ...

          Lembongangstas Paradise

          A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Feb 23, 2014

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... approximately seven years to complete. We were, of course, behind him in the queue.

          When he finally reached the check in desk, it became apparent that he'd misplaced his luggage. Upon arrival, not having liked the look of the luggage scanner, he had opted to just leave his suitcase on the pavement outside the airport. He was very confused that the airport staff hadn't found it and placed it on the plane yet, but beamed at us as he went past to collect it. ...

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