Casa dela Rosa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa dela Rosa Hotel Tanah Rata
What a location! opposite the golf course lovely, but what were they thinking about when it comes to food? the breakfast is awful and do not eat there at night the chef obviously does not taste his own food!!
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