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We had come from a three night stay in kuala lumpar where we had stayed in a suite at the Berjaya Times Square(excellent).
We alledgedly had an upgrade at this hotel,god knows what the standard accomodation was like!(love to know where they took their pics...More
We had been to this hotel and never had a problem before but this time we were very dissapointed, for several reasons. You go on holiday to relax and not once whilst we were there could you lay on a sunbed they were held by...More
What a Total waste of money this hotel is!! And then recommended by TUI, and the owner was even claiming that Room nr 110 is one of his best rooms?? Seriously I am not even tempted to see the rest.... Shower only produced some drops......More
We choosed this hotel being aware of going to a cheaper option, so we were prepared for old furniture, not so much choices for breakfast, no problem. What we did not expect was a shower just spitting some water, not enough to cover your body,...More
Recently returned from two weeks in this run down hotel. Have been to Bali many times before so realise that this hotel is not really three star. The food was very poor at breakfast and on one occasion we got mouldy bread, the staff were...More
US$27 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, I stayed at Mentari in February and 2 others times in the past few years. I understand that airport pick-up is around $20 but I am wondering if it is cheaper if I can get picked up by scooter? I am only staying in Bali for one night before I fly to Malang so don't want to spend much money. Let me know if this is an option and if it is cheaper :-) p.s I only have a backpack so no need to worry about suit case.. Thankyou :-)
14 September 2015|
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Response from barty64 | Reviewed this property |
I also had transfers included. I dont know how much it would cost by scooter. Sorry