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TravelPod Member ReviewsBounty Hotel Kuta
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 Bathrooms are outdated though and need some updating, but if luxurious stay isn't your focus, then Bounty Hotel is the place to stay.
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