Alam KulKul Boutique Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlam KulKul Boutique Resort Kuta
Had a really fantastic stay. Hotel is quiet with two pools. Service was great - everyone very friendly. Rooms were clean. Breafast included was just what was needed to start to the day.
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... Thai Islands, we weren't really here for the big party scene, more for the beach and clear blue skies, needless to say however we did have a couple of sessions into the early hours....after all everywhere we go has to be toasted with a few drinks doesn't it!! As mentioned Kuta certainly fitted the bill in terms of a relaxing break, simply beaching it in the day, and grabbing a nice bite to eat overlooking the coastline at night - exactly what we were after on ...
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... Alex picked an amazing restaurant, Totemo, that we frequented for every meal except breakfast (that came free with our hotel). After dinner we went back down the dark alley to the funky vibe hotel. Our fans didn't work, the toilet wouldn't flush, and the sheets were very dirty. In my unhappy state of mind, the new package that had appeared on my doorstep made me wonder if there was a bomb inside. There wasn't. As this was the worst hotel Alex had ever ...
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