Sunrise Beach Bungalows

Address: Main Rd, Sunrise Beach, Rarotonga, Southern Cook Islands, Cook Islands | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on Main Rd, Sunrise Beach, Rarotonga, is near Aitutaki Lagoon, One Foot Island, National Museum of the Cook Islands, and Wreck of the Matai.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSunrise Beach Bungalows Rarotonga

    Reviewed by oneluckygirl


    Reviewed Aug 3, 2012
    by (10 reviews) Oregon , United States Flag of United States

    I would definitely not recommend. Our 'free continential breakfast' was giving us a container of corn flakes, a loaf of bread and a couple of eggs the night before. Though we read online there was free internet, they said "the wires were cut" and if we wanted internet we had to buy it at a telecom. I was scared to set anything down because it would be invaded with little red ants. I found cockroaches in my suitcase after setting it on the floor overnight. Not to mention the owner's boyfriend was completely wasted and stumbling around on the first day of our stay. Don't stay there.

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