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TravelPod Member ReviewsNirmala Hotel Jimbaran
Avoid. Avoid. Avoid. The place is dirty and old. The place is poorly maintained. No WIFI. Location is also not strategic. It's about 20mins drive to Kuta area. Packed our bags and left after one night despite having 2 more free nights.
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