History, nature, religion and fun – it doesn´t matter if you planning a leisure or business trip, Salvador is a destination that keeps surprising its visitors every year. Mercure Rio Vermelho hotel is located in front of the beach and it has a beautiful pool. The neighborhood is known for its upbeat atmosphere, Iemanjá celebration and Cira, Dinha and Regina´s famous acarajés. For business travelers, Mercure Boulevard and Mercure Pituba hotels are located in one of the main business areas of Salvador. They are also near the convention center and Bahia and Salvador shopping malls. For those who are planning a leisure trip, these hotels have easy access to the historic downtown area of Salvador, Pelourinho and several beaches. If you are looking for comfortable hotel rooms in Salvador, book your reservation in a Mercure hotel and join our fidelity program Le Club AccorHotels. We guarantee the best prices in our website!

Our Mercure hotels in Salvador

5.85 k.m from the city centre

Relax in the hotel's infinity pool with amazing sea views or enjoy Buracão Beach. Largo de Santana and Largo da Mariquit a, streets where you can try ...

6.40 k.m from the city centre

11.2 miles (18 km) from Deputado Luis Eduardo Magalhães Airport and 1.9 miles (300 m) from Salvador shopping center, where guests can enjoy leisure ac...

6.81 k.m from the city centre

The Hotel Mercure Salvador Pituba is 25 minutes from the international airport, 5 from the Convention Center and 15 minutes from the city's historic c...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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