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We spend a couple of nights only because is too noisy the hotel management and his general manager must tell to all customers to be quite and respect the sleeping time of others customers after 11pm otherwise we will not came back
If you are kind of party people, it might suits you. If not, I would suggest not to.
Stayed for 3 nights and day 2 & 3 I decided not to stay at the hotel, since when I got back to hotel around 3AM and...More
We had a great time at the Bounty Hotel for the schoolies week with our schoolies boys (we were chaperoning as parents). Great value hotel in the thick of all the action. Perfect location next to beachwalk, fat chow and Jalan Legian where the thick...More
We read the previews about this hotel as party hotel, but it wasn't what we kind of excepted.
There was lots of aussie students who were shouting through the day night and day making it impossible to sleep, and staff didn't care. We probably were...More
Stayed for third time for one week in August. Was much quieter this trip than on previous trips. More families visiting this trip than had seen before. Love the 24 hour bar, but not much happening, only ever 10 or so people this visit at...More
US$26 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#93 Spa Hotel in Kuta
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Response from Rasif_Islam | Reviewed this property |
It entirely depends on the cancellation policy of the booking. For example if you booked the room through companies like Expedia, they will normally charge you one night and cancel the booking if you do not show up... More
It entirely depends on the cancellation policy of the booking. For example if you booked the room through companies like Expedia, they will normally charge you one night and cancel the booking if you do not show up. Therefore, I suggest you to read the cancellation policy properly, contact the hotel directly or your travel agent and explant then your situation.