Mercure Hotel Opens At Legian, Bali

22 December 2014

If you are planning a trip to Bali and you’re looking for great accommodation in the heart of the action, then you won’t want to go past the recently opened Mercure Hotel at Legian.

Nestled in the centre of Legian, the Mercure is close to bars, nightclubs, shopping and the beach. The contemporary-styled hotel has 321 designer rooms and suites all with the desirable mod cons – free WiFi; free in-room mineral water; cable TV; minibar; and 24 hour in-room dinning is available.

 The foyer of Legian's new Mercure Hotel

Legian itself is not much bigger than a few streets in a big city and it is much quieter than its immediate neighbour Kuta.

The hotel has five room categories: Superior Room, Deluxe Room with Balcony, Junior Suites, Executive Suites and Deluxe Rooms with private plunge pool.


New Bali Hotel. Behind The Velvet Rope At Sofitel's Nikki Beach Club And Restaurant's Opening Night In Bali


When you have had your fill of shopping you can head for the cool tranquil waters of the courtyard and relax on a bright aqua sun lounger under the stunning Ancak tree. Or if you want to catch a breeze head to roof top pool and bar for a beer. Both pools offer poolside dinning.

The Ancak restaurant and lounge is located just off the lobby.  It has an all-day dinning policy from 6.30am until 11pm and the meals are tasty and cheap. A Caesar Salad will set you back $5, hamburger and fries $8 and just $3 for a bowl of fries.

 There's plenty of relaxation to be found by Mercure's pool

If you are in town for business you can take advantage of the three conference rooms. Wifi is free and accessible in all areas of the hotel. There is also a business centre and the parking is free.

Getting there:

Visit your local Flight Centre for more advice and the latest deals on travelling to Bali. Or call 131 600 24 hours.

Alison Crisp

Alison Crisp is a freelance travel writer and publicist. She has worked in communications, marketing, publishing and print media for the past 20 years.