Kuta Beach Club Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKuta Beach Club Hotel
Good: Hotel was clean, pool and setting is very picturesque. Good rooms, friendly staff. Breakfast is standard as per most Kuta hotels. Price is good.
Bad: Attracts a much older croud, no night atmosphere probably due to over-priced drinks at the bar and terrible entertainment/ear-piercing karaoke.
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Voor het schrijven van mijn tweede blog ben ik naar een hotel buiten Ubud gegaan. Ik zit op het balkon van het restaurant een vers citroen-mintsapje te drinken terwijl ik uitkijk op het zwembad van het hotel en een vallei vol met palmbomen en ander groen. Dit is pas leven. Ik wil beginnen met jullie te bedanken voor de lieve reacties die ik heb …
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