Motel Mexicola – where señor and señoritas chill
, / 23 April 2013

Hola ¿cómo estás? Bienvenido a Motel Mexicola!

Don’t be fooled, this quirky establishment isn’t actually a hotel but a restaurant offering tasty Mexican food. The colorful joint is painted brightly with festive pictures and decorated with kitschy items such as old pictures of artists, vintage movie posters, and paintings.




On one side of the brightly blue wall stood a shrine where they thank the God for delish Mexican food, with colorful melted candles, and a huge black and white photo of a cool looking señor (whom we’re sorry to inform, we know nothing about) framed in orange flowers.



The walls and floor are also tiled in decorative patterns, giving visitor a festive feel as soon as they stepped inside the Mexican oasis. Their outdoor area is perfect in the afternoon to enjoy a cold glass of frozen margaritas before finally ordering dinner. Order their freshly made tacos and chicken tostadas, which is a favorite with customers.




Our only complain is the lack of parking space, but then again, who needs parking space in Bali?

Motel Mexicola
Jl Kayujati No 9X Petitenget Beach
Seminyak Denpasar
Bali – Indonesia
T: +62 361 736688
Open daily 11am-1am

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