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Should I book through Luxury Link?

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I am planning a trip to Bali this February and am looking to stay at Puri Wulandari. I found it at a great rate on Expedia for $245 a night but I keep going back to a site called Luxury Link. Luxury Link if offering the same villa for $310 a night but they are offering a lot of extras like a dinner one night of my stay and hour-long massage. Even though Luxury Link is offering a higher price they seem to be the better deal, am I right? Here's the package: http://www.luxurylink.com/5star/hotels/bali-indonesia/puri-wulandari

I guess I am asking if anyone has used Luxury Link before? How was your experience with the hotel? And are the extras actually worth it?

Any insights about this would be really helpful. I don't want to get suckered in to paying more because it seemed too good to be true. Thanks!

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