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Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel
Ranked #8 of 68 Hotels in Dubrovnik
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Sydney
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Reviewed October 7, 2013

Perhaps because it was low season, but upon arrival my friend & I were ecstatic to hear we had been upgraded for our stay. A spacious suite complete with 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, a separate lounge room & a large terrace was in store for us. The sunsets from here were beautiful. There was a slight 80s feel to the resort but this did not detract from our experience as everything was very clean.The staff at reception & restaurant were all extremely friendly and welcoming. Loved taking a dip in the Adriatic sea, but the beach attendants were no where to be seen to help us set-up our loungers. A very relaxed atmosphere (perhaps a little too quiet) and this hotel attracts an older crowd but we had a great time regardless!

Room Tip: Don't bother with the dinner buffet. There was a large selection but the quality of taste was no...
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  • Stayed June 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 5, 2013

Great place to stay for a 4 star hotel.
Found it to be better than some of the 5 star hotels I had stayed elsewhere.
very relaxing and beautiful area.
Very helpful staff and plenty of things to do while there.

  • Stayed October 2013
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Hunstanton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 4, 2013

Stayed 3 nights on a Titan tour and loved a lot of the hotels features.
Our 2nd floor room had wonderful views but was seriously in need of update. Plumbing a bit smelly and noisy in the night from surrounding rooms. HOTEL IS HAVING BIG UPGRADE OVER THE WINTER SO THIS MAY NOT THEN APPLY.
Hotel location was good, with bus to old town outside every 15 mins.
Buffet breakfast was excellent, one of the best ever, and the evening buffet was also good...
House wine a good price and all the staff friendly. Outside Bar terrace great place for the evening.
Currently not 5*, but after the upgrade who knows?
Would go back, but not until after the upgrade

Room Tip: Hotel built down cliff, reception on top, 2nd floor good for views and about 5 floors down.
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  • Stayed October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Hayle, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 3, 2013

Roughly 85% of my expectations were met when we arrived, Air con was out of commission and would not be repaired.....Bathroom was very tired and getting into and out of the bath just plain dangerous.
They supplied us with an industrial fan {!!!}....met with one of the management team who apologised adding that the hotel would close at the end of October when a multi million Euro refurbishment would take place. New open air pools,huge rocks at the beach to produce waves etc etc.
This explained the lack of repair but did raise the question of consideration for those such as us who would to some degree suffer.

The staff were first class,from the delivery of the case's to service in the hotels diners,cannot quite understand the previous Gentlemans comments re food,so I have posted an example of food available on just one occasion. As for Breakfast,well the young chap who would Fry,Poach or scramble your egg's in any fashion you wished plus make a variety of Omletes, must have been missed.

High price for liquids of any sort,eg,sparkling water at £3 is I suppose you should expect at this place,so, go across the road,five minutes walk will take you to a small area of shops,bar's and restraunts.

Finally,you do not have to spend a fortune going into town,a local bus service stops right outside the main entrance,runs every 15mins and cost return it 30kuna......

Would we come again? yes but when it opens next May as a 5* we will likely not be able to afford the place.

Room Tip: Try to get one on level 2,these are virtually on the beach and have great views of the cruise liners...
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  • Stayed October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 2, 2013

The staff were really friendly and nice at this hotel. But it is far from a 4 star hotel. I thought it was a bit shabby and downmarket. It is a long way out of town, about €14 with a tip by taxi into town. Very little of note in the vicinity of the hotel. The service in the bar was very friendly and nice but painfully slow. The lunch restaurant by the beach was very slow also and the food was very very poor. What a wasted opportunity. Beer served in plastic glasses never tastes good. Third day of our trip we stuck to the toasted sandwiches which were edible. One of my traveling companions described the burger as the worst he had ever tasted. The breakfast was of a reasonable standard for a 2 to 3 star hotel. Forgave the cold congealed scrambled egg on the first day as it was luke warm and congealed the second day, but all in all not too bad, but I did object to the horrible concentrated orange juice with an extra charge of over €3 if you wanted fresh juice. The beach itself is very stony and is a public space, so not really a place to relax in comfort. The stones are very noisy every time people mover their beds and walk around, so not so quite and peaceful. Not great for kids as it is not an enclosed space within the hotel. It is a very big hotel and our room was miles from the lift. The lift is like a cable car, very slow and annoying. The bathroom was very dated and the high step into the bath/shower seemed to be very difficult and dangerous to negotiate, even for a young man. I would not recommend this hotel for more elderly people. I was afraid I would slip getting in and out of the very cramped shower. The hotel was very peaceful at night and I slept well. All in all not too bad if you do not expect 4 star and you are happy to pay what I consider to be inflated prices for a mediocre 2 -3 star hotel on a very poor beach in an out of town location. It added to my view that Dubrovnik, whilst a stunning medieval city is a very overpriced tourist trap in every respect. I will not be rushing back, although I am eager to try other parts of Croatia, which I understand are reasonable and beautiful. My advice, give it a miss, until such time as they give it a total refurbishment and improve their food and beverage service and offering.

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 1, 2013

A friendly greeting and quick check in with no language barrier ment we could quickly get to the restaurant for a late evening meal after a delay at Gatwick.
Waking in the morning and opening the curtains we were greeted by the fantastic vista across the sea to the Kolocep island. With glass sliding doors that opened onto a large patio with table and chairs and no room below us although we where on the third floor. We watched amazing sunsets each evening from here. Also the main route for cruise ships and boats of all types passing to the main harbour.
The beach was clean blue flag but pebbles so bring beach shoes,plenty of sun loungers and towels available. Small beachside bar serving good snacks.

Our room was number 303 to the left of the central lift system, more a mini cable car on wheels. The room was near the end of a long corridor, very peaceful location. Plenty of storage space for clothing, large bed with canopy. Mini bar with reasonable prices. No tea or coffee in room.Room was clean and airy. They are advertising that the hotel is to be upgraded to 5 star with improvements during the winter months. I hope the bathrooms are upgraded as definitely not 4 star at present, very high sided baths with a hand shower.
Good wifi coverage through out hotel FOC.

Main restaurant is on the 6 floor very clean and with a large outside terrace weather providing overlooking the sea.
Good selection of food available buffet style for breakfast and evening meal. From meat eaters to vegetarians most tastes catered for, also a good desert selection.
The house wine is good value at 99 kuna a bottle.
Staff worked hard to ensure guests were looked after.
One point you can make a pot of tea at breakfast yourself but have to wait for coffee to be served to you.
Opposite the restaurant is the bar which serves reasonably priced drinks. Low key entertainment is held here in the evening aimed at more elderly guests, hence not that many people around after dinner.
Reception staff very good and helpful.

Purchased the Dubrovnik card for seven days, this includes 20 bus journeys, 7 museums and walking the old town walls. The no 6 bus is outside the hotel and runs every 10_15 minutes until approx 1 am. It takes about 15 minutes to the gates of the old town from the hotel.
The old town is a mesmerising experience, if nothing else you must walk the walls approx 2 kilometres, the sites take you back in time and history. In the evening the town would come alive with the sound of jazz musicians playing outside various bars. Did not think we would enjoy this style of music but the location and atmosphere draws you in.

We booked a three island trip at the old harbour, great day out with food and drink provided, A much cheaper option than that offered by the holiday rep.

Spend half a day plus at Lokrum island just across the bay from the old Harbour, walk to the top and take in the stunning views of the old town. Watch out for the peacocks if eating in the restaurant, saw one take a pizza from someone's plate.

Another good trip from the harbour is to visit Cavat a pretty village with easy walking around its two peninsulas.

We had one wet day and visited the small museums in the old town with the Dubrovnik card, gives a good insight into the history of the area.







A friendly greeting and quick check in with no language barrier ment we could quickly get to the restaurant for a late evening meal after a delay at Gatwick.
Waking in the morning and opening the curtains we were greeted by the fantastic vista across the sea to the Kolocep island. With glass sliding doors that opened onto a large patio with table and chairs and no room below us although we where on the third floor. We watched amazing sunsets each evening from here. Also the main route for cruise ships and boats of all types passing to the main harbour.
The beach was clean blue flag but pebbles so bring beach shoes,plenty of sun loungers and towels available. Small beachside bar serving good snacks.

Our room was number 303 to the left of the central lift system, more a mini cable car on wheels. The room was near the end of a long corridor, very peaceful location. Plenty of storage space for clothing, large bed with canopy. Mini bar with reasonable prices. No tea or coffee in room.Room was clean and airy. They are advertising that the hotel is to be upgraded to 5 star with improvements during the winter months. I hope the bathrooms are upgraded as definitely not 4 star at present, very high sided baths with a hand shower.
Good wifi coverage through out hotel FOC.

Main restaurant is on the 6 floor very clean and with a large outside terrace weather providing overlooking the sea.
Good selection of food available buffet style for breakfast and evening meal. From meat eaters to vegetarians most tastes catered for, also a good desert selection.
The house wine is good value at 99 kuna a bottle.
Staff worked hard to ensure guests were looked after.
One point you can make a pot of tea at breakfast yourself but have to wait for coffee to be served to you.
Opposite the restaurant is the bar which serves reasonably priced drinks. Low key entertainment is held here in the evening aimed at more elderly guests, hence not that many people around after dinner.
Reception staff very good and helpful.

Purchased the Dubrovnik card for seven days, this includes 20 bus journeys, 7 museums and walking the old town walls. The no 6 bus is outside the hotel and runs every 10_15 minutes until approx 1 am. It takes about 15 minutes to the gates of the old town from the hotel.
The old town is a mesmerising experience, if nothing else you must walk the walls approx 2 kilometres, the sites take you back in time and history. In the evening the town would come alive with the sound of jazz musicians playing outside various bars. Did not think we would enjoy this style of music but the location and atmosphere draws you in.

We booked a three island trip at the old harbour, great day out with food and drink provided, A much cheaper option than that offered by the holiday rep.

Spend half a day plus at Lokrum island just across the bay from the old Harbour, walk to the top and take in the stunning views of the old town. Watch out for the peacocks if eating in the restaurant, saw one take a pizza from someone's plate.

Another good trip from the harbour is to visit Cavat a pretty village with easy walking around its two peninsulas.

We had one wet day and visited the small museums in the old town with the Dubrovnik card, gives a good insight into the history of the area.












A friendly greeting and quick check in with no language barrier ment we could quickly get to the restaurant for a late evening meal after a delay at Gatwick.
Waking in the morning and opening the curtains we were greeted by the fantastic vista across the sea to the Kolocep island. With glass sliding doors that opened onto a large patio with table and chairs and no room below us although we where on the third floor. We watched amazing sunsets each evening from here. Also the main route for cruise ships and boats of all types passing to the main harbour.
The beach was clean blue flag but pebbles so bring beach shoes,plenty of sun loungers and towels available. Small beachside bar serving good snacks.

Our room was number 303 to the left of the central lift system, more a mini cable car on wheels. The room was near the end of a long corridor, very peaceful location. Plenty of storage space for clothing, large bed with canopy. Mini bar with reasonable prices. No tea or coffee in room.Room was clean and airy. They are advertising that the hotel is to be upgraded to 5 star with improvements during the winter months. I hope the bathrooms are upgraded as definitely not 4 star at present, very high sided baths with a hand shower.
Good wifi coverage through out hotel FOC.

Main restaurant is on the 6 floor very clean and with a large outside terrace weather providing overlooking the sea.
Good selection of food available buffet style for breakfast and evening meal. From meat eaters to vegetarians most tastes catered for, also a good desert selection.
The house wine is good value at 99 kuna a bottle.
Staff worked hard to ensure guests were looked after.
One point you can make a pot of tea at breakfast yourself but have to wait for coffee to be served to you.
Opposite the restaurant is the bar which serves reasonably priced drinks. Low key entertainment is held here in the evening aimed at more elderly guests, hence not that many people around after dinner.
Reception staff very good and helpful.

Purchased the Dubrovnik card for seven days, this includes 20 bus journeys, 7 museums and walking the old town walls. The no 6 bus is outside the hotel and runs every 10_15 minutes until approx 1 am. It takes about 15 minutes to the gates of the old town from the hotel.
The old town is a mesmerising experience, if nothing else you must walk the walls approx 2 kilometres, the sites take you back in time and history. In the evening the town would come alive with the sound of jazz musicians playing outside various bars. Did not think we would enjoy this style of music but the location and atmosphere draws you in.

We booked a three island trip at the old harbour, great day out with food and drink provided, A much cheaper option than that offered by the holiday rep.

Spend half a day plus at Lokrum island just across the bay from the old Harbour, walk to the top and take in the stunning views of the old town. Watch out for the peacocks if eating in the restaurant, saw one take a pizza from someone's plate.

Another good trip from the harbour is to visit Cavat a pretty village with easy walking around its two peninsulas.

We had one wet day and visited the small museums in the old town with the Dubrovnik card, gives a good insight into the history of the area.












A friendly greeting and quick check in with no language barrier ment we could quickly get to the restaurant for a late evening meal after a delay at Gatwick.
Waking in the morning and opening the curtains we were greeted by the fantastic vista across the sea to the Kolocep island. With glass sliding doors that opened onto a large patio with table and chairs and no room below us although we where on the third floor. We watched amazing sunsets each evening from here. Also the main route for cruise ships and boats of all types passing to the main harbour.
The beach was clean blue flag but pebbles so bring beach shoes,plenty of sun loungers and towels available. Small beachside bar serving good snacks.

Our room was number 303 to the left of the central lift system, more a mini cable car on wheels. The room was near the end of a long corridor, very peaceful location. Plenty of storage space for clothing, large bed with canopy. Mini bar with reasonable prices. No tea or coffee in room.Room was clean and airy. They are advertising that the hotel is to be upgraded to 5 star with improvements during the winter months. I hope the bathrooms are upgraded as definitely not 4 star at present, very high sided baths with a hand shower.
Good wifi coverage through out hotel FOC.

Main restaurant is on the 6 floor very clean and with a large outside terrace weather providing overlooking the sea.
Good selection of food available buffet style for breakfast and evening meal. From meat eaters to vegetarians most tastes catered for, also a good desert selection.
The house wine is good value at 99 kuna a bottle.
Staff worked hard to ensure guests were looked after.
One point you can make a pot of tea at breakfast yourself but have to wait for coffee to be served to you.
Opposite the restaurant is the bar which serves reasonably priced drinks. Low key entertainment is held here in the evening aimed at more elderly guests, hence not that many people around after dinner.
Reception staff very good and helpful.

Purchased the Dubrovnik card for seven days, this includes 20 bus journeys, 7 museums and walking the old town walls. The no 6 bus is outside the hotel and runs every 10_15 minutes until approx 1 am. It takes about 15 minutes to the gates of the old town from the hotel.
The old town is a mesmerising experience, if nothing else you must walk the walls approx 2 kilometres, the sites take you back in time and history. In the evening the town would come alive with the sound of jazz musicians playing outside various bars. Did not think we would enjoy this style of music but the location and atmosphere draws you in.

We booked a three island trip at the old harbour, great day out with food and drink provided, A much cheaper option than that offered by the holiday rep.

Spend half a day plus at Lokrum island just across the bay from the old Harbour, walk to the top and take in the stunning views of the old town. Watch out for the peacocks if eating in the restaurant, saw one take a pizza from someone's plate.

Another good trip from the harbour is to visit Cavat a pretty village with easy walking around its two peninsulas.

We had one wet day and visited the small museums in the old town with the Dubrovnik card, gives a good insight into the history of the area.











A friendly greeting and quick check in with no language barrier ment we could quickly get to the restaurant for a late evening meal after a delay at Gatwick.
Waking in the morning and opening the curtains we were greeted by the fantastic vista across the sea to the Kolocep island. With glass sliding doors that opened onto a large patio with table and chairs and no room below us although we where on the third floor. We watched amazing sunsets each evening from here. Also the main route for cruise ships and boats of all types passing to the main harbour.
The beach was clean blue flag but pebbles so bring beach shoes,plenty of sun loungers and towels available. Small beachside bar serving good snacks.

Our room was number 303 to the left of the central lift system, more a mini cable car on wheels. The room was near the end of a long corridor, very peaceful location. Plenty of storage space for clothing, large bed with canopy. Mini bar with reasonable prices. No tea or coffee in room.Room was clean and airy. They are advertising that the hotel is to be upgraded to 5 star with improvements during the winter months. I hope the bathrooms are upgraded as definitely not 4 star at present, very high sided baths with a hand shower.
Good wifi coverage through out hotel FOC.

Main restaurant is on the 6 floor very clean and with a large outside terrace weather providing overlooking the sea.
Good selection of food available buffet style for breakfast and evening meal. From meat eaters to vegetarians most tastes catered for, also a good desert selection.
The house wine is good value at 99 kuna a bottle.
Staff worked hard to ensure guests were looked after.
One point you can make a pot of tea at breakfast yourself but have to wait for coffee to be served to you.
Opposite the restaurant is the bar which serves reasonably priced drinks. Low key entertainment is held here in the evening aimed at more elderly guests, hence not that many people around after dinner.
Reception staff very good and helpful.

Purchased the Dubrovnik card for seven days, this includes 20 bus journeys, 7 museums and walking the old town walls. The no 6 bus is outside the hotel and runs every 10_15 minutes until approx 1 am. It takes about 15 minutes to the gates of the old town from the hotel.
The old town is a mesmerising experience, if nothing else you must walk the walls approx 2 kilometres, the sites take you back in time and history. In the evening the town would come alive with the sound of jazz musicians playing outside various bars. Did not think we would enjoy this style of music but the location and atmosphere draws you in.

We booked a three island trip at the old harbour, great day out with food and drink provided, A much cheaper option than that offered by the holiday rep.

Spend half a day plus at Lokrum island just across the bay from the old Harbour, walk to the top and take in the stunning views of the old town. Watch out for the peacocks if eating in the restaurant, saw one take a pizza from someone's plate.

Another good trip from the harbour is to visit Cavat a pretty village with easy walking around its two peninsulas.

We had one wet day and visited the small museums in the old town with the Dubrovnik card, gives a good insight into the history of the area.











A friendly greeting and quick check in with no language barrier meant we could quickly get to the restaurant for a late evening meal after a delay at Gatwick.
Waking in the morning and opening the curtains we were greeted by the fantastic vista across the sea to the Kolocep island. With glass sliding doors that opened onto a large patio with table and chairs and no room below us although we where on the third floor. We watched the amazing sunsets each evening from there. Also the main route for cruise ships and boats of all types passing to the main harbour.
The beach was clean blue flag but pebbles so bring beach shoes plenty of sun loungers and towels available. Small beachside bar serving good snacks.

Our room was number 303 to the left of the central lift system, more a mini cable car on wheels. The room was near the end of a long corridor, very peaceful location. Plenty of storage space for clothing , large bed with canopy. Mini bar with reasonable prices. No tea or coffee in room. Room was clean and airy. They are advertising that the hotel is to be upgraded to 5 star with improvements during the winter months. I hope the bathrooms are upgraded as definitely not 4 star at present, very high sided baths with a hand shower. Good wifi coverage through out hotel FOC.

Main restaurant is on the 6th floor very clean and with a large outside terrace weather providing overlooking the sea.
Good selection of food available buffet style for breakfast and evening meal. From meat eaters to vegetarians most tastes catered for, also a good desert selection.
The house wine is good value at 99kuna a bottle.
Staff worked hard to ensure guests were looked after.
One point you can make a pot of tea at breakfast yourself but have to wait for coffee to be served to you.
Opposite the restaurant is the bar which serves reasonably priced drinks. Low key entertainment is held here in the evening aimed at more elderly guests, hence not that many people around after dinner.
Reception staff very good and helpful.

Purchased the Dubrovnik card for seven days, this includes 20 bus journeys, 7 museums and walking the old town walls. The no 6 is outside the hotel and runs every 10 to 15 minutes until approx 1am. It takes about 15 minutes to the gates of the old town from the hotel.
The old town is a mesmerising experience. if nothing else you must walk the walls approx 2 kilometres, the sites take you back in time and history. In the evening the town would come Alive with the sound of jazz musicians playing outside various bars. Did not think we would enjoy this style of music but the location and atmosphere draws you in.

We booked a three island trip at the old harbour, great day out with food and drink provided, a much cheaper option than that offered by the holiday rep.

Spend half a day plus at Lockrum island just across the bay from the old harbour,walk to the top and take in the views of the old town. Watch out for peacocks if eating in the restaurant, saw one take a pizza from someone's plate.

Another good trip from the harbour is to visit Cavat a pretty village with easy walking around it's two peninsula's.
We had one wet day and we visited the small museums in the old town with the Dubrovnik card, gives a good insight into the history of the area.

We walked from the hotel past the small copa cabana bay to the the new harbour then on to the old town, took approx 2 hours with a stop for coffee.

This is one for your wish list would recommend the hotel and town of Dubrovnik to all.

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 29, 2013

Overall, this hotel was above average. The property is well kept, and the area that the hotel is located is safe. The staff was very helpful. My only negative experience was having an air conditioner that was extremely noisy, and my bathroom had a puddle of water on the floor when I ran the shower. There are several Valamar Hotels, and this particular hotel (President) is going to be under renovation, so hopefully these issues will not occur again. The food was good in the main restaurant of the hotel, but there are several fabulous restaurants near the hotel, and the walk is very nice. The water was clear blue and cold, so it was refreshing! I suggest wearing water shoes, as it is very rocky and can be slippery. Beach chairs are available in three different sections. My favorite spot was in the cove area. If you are an active walker, Old Town (Grad) is a "must see" and it is about a 1.5 hour walk from this hotel.

Room Tip: There are seven floors in this hotel. Request a quiet air conditioner and non leaky shower. Again...
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Property: Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel
Address: Iva Dulcica 142 | Babin kuk Complex, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
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Location: Croatia > Dalmatia > Dubrovnik-Neretva County > Dubrovnik
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#1 Business Hotel in Dubrovnik
#6 On the Beach Hotel in Dubrovnik
#7 Spa Hotel in Dubrovnik
#8 Luxury Hotel in Dubrovnik
#9 Romantic Hotel in Dubrovnik
#15 Family Hotel in Dubrovnik
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 292
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
This exquisite hotel has undergone an extensive renovation to provide you with the ultimate Dubrovnik experience. Unique beachfront location on the tip of the green Babin Kuk peninsula, only few minutes from the enchanting Old Town of Dubrovnik, provides its guests not only with spectacular views, but also with an unparalleled feeling of unity with nature and the crystal blue sea from every corner of the hotel. Whether you're looking for a romantic retreat or a place for true indulgence, you'll love the brand new look and feel great in Valamar's first five star hotel. ... more   less 
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