14 November 2014

Mercure Bali Legian open for bookings

Accor Hotels has launched a new 4-star Mercure hotel in Legian, Bali, Indonesia, which will welcome guests after the abolition of the US$70 Visa on Arrival scheme for Australian visitors. 

Source: Accor. The Mercure Bali Legian is open for bookings.

The eco-friendly Mercure Bali Legian is the newest and the largest 4-star hotel in Legian Kelod, opening its doors from 7 December 2014. It is five minutes’ walk to Legian beach and 20 minutes to the airport with access from a by-pass road that avoids the often congested Kuta one-way system.

Guests can look forward to natural timber finishes, in-built trees, open air terraces, an infinity pool deck and bar on the 4th floor, and a large pool area outside Ancak Restaurant. Some of the 321 rooms have their own private plunge pools while eight rooms come with an oversized deck overlooking either the lobby sculpture or pool area.

Each room has international power sockets, individually controlled air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities and an in-room safe. 
The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi and a Business centre.

For the pre-opening 'Mates Rates' for twin sharing, available until March 31 2015, email to Reservation@mercurebalilegian.com. Bookings can be made from now until March 31 2015 for a travel period until June 2015, with some black-out dates over Christmas and New Year’s Eve.