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Brother Hotel

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Recent guest reviews

The room is small but clean. Close to MRT station. Location is great.

Direct access from the train station, old hotel but renovated and clean. The best to stay as the first time and save your time from/to the airport.

This is an older hotel, great location, next to express subway, great price compare to other hotel in Taipei. Carpet needs cleaning, room is comfortable.

Stayed for 3 nights at a great rate considering the holiday. Very easy to get to from TSA, only 2 subway stops and right at the subway station. Great food in the area, especially traditional breakfast just two blocks away. Towels aren't the softest and my room was a bit small but it was for just one person so it was fine. I would consider staying here again.

Close to Metro station, but needed to change Metro train to go to main train station. No major shopping Dept store near by. Room is smaller than other similar price hotel. Ok hotel for 4th choice.

wonderful hotel, very accessible/friendly/cooperative, central lcoale, great having Metro next door. Great walking and shopping all near by

I chose this hotel because of its location and price. The hotel is located right off the MRT station (Nanjing East Road, Brown Line). Bus stop for the airport bus (Evergreen, 140 NTD) is within a 3 minute walk. The rooms are a little small but the great location and friendly service makes up for it. Caution: If you are more than 6 feet tall, you will find the rooms too small, and the ceiling in the bathroom too low. [...]

Stayed at this hotel for 4 nights for part business and part tourism. The location is good, centrally located and within steps of the MRT station. Plenty of restaurant choices within the hotel. Breakfast is not included, but there are numerous coffee shops and restaurants within a few blocks in each direction. In no way should this hotel be classified as 4-star. Solid 3-star yes. The large lobby and restaurants do not make up for the relatively small rooms. While clean they were not as spotless as I have come to expect from Asian hotels. Staff was friendly and efficient, but every morning at 7:30 am I was awoken by very loud - practically shouting - voices which continued for hours. I first thought these may be guests but believe in fact they were hotel housekeeping staff going about their duties. Later in the morning the whole hotel was subject to hours of repeated pounding noises caused by the MRT construction going on next door. At lobby level the hotel actually vibrated from the digging. The poorly soundproofed rooms plus the loud external hallway noises and construction made for an unsatisfactory experience. I do not plan to stay here again on future visits to Taipei.

I stayed in this hotel twice within a week, first in the standard room, and then in the larger superior double room. The standard room was Tokyo-esque in its smallness. A tiny room, a small rock hard bed, a mini, capsule window, and barely any space to move. Luckily, I arrived late so all I did was sleep. On the other hand, later that week I stayed in a superior room, which was larger and had a nice window. This room seemed like a decent value for Taipei. [...] it was pretty chilly (end Oct/early Nov), but the hotel did not turn the central heat on. But the maid was nice enough to provide me with a small heater for the room. As for location, the hotel is in a good area, quite central. While not in a tourist zone, I was satisfied with the location next to the subway and so on. There are convenience stores and a bakery virtually right below. Overall, there were some quirks, but I would say good value for the money for the superior room. But no chance I would book a standard room again.

The hotel location was the best. The room was clean and nice. [...]

Access to the MRT system in Taipei is key for my enjoymjent and Brother Hotel could not be in a better spot. I traveled all over in a matter of minutes and never felt lost because any MRT station could point me "home". The staff was exceptionall coureous and efficient, the amenities were fine, the room was fairly spacious and clean. I'd definitely consider this hotel for my next trip to Taipei.

Terrible customer service. Find an alternative option ther are much better in Taipei.

No. 255, Sect. 3, Nanjing E. Road Taipei

Hotel highlights

  • Free in-room wired Internet

Located in Songshan within 2 miles (3 km) of Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, Brother Hotel is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Taipei 101. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and Taipei World Trade Center are also nearby.


Rooms

Guests can stay connected with free wired Internet.


Property features

Guests of Brother Hotel enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Single Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 1

Double Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Brother Hotel

Business (4) Couples (2) Other (6)
4

good stay

Singles

The room is small but clean. Close to MRT station. Location is great.

By on Aug 18, 2014

3

good location

Singles

Direct access from the train station, old hotel but renovated and clean. The best to stay as the first time and save your time from/to the airport.

By on Jun 11, 2014

3

business trip

BusinessTravelers

This is an older hotel, great location, next to express subway, great price compare to other hotel in Taipei. Carpet needs cleaning, room is comfortable.

By on Jun 9, 2014

4

very convenient

Singles

Stayed for 3 nights at a great rate considering the holiday. Very easy to get to from TSA, only 2 subway stops and right at the subway station. Great food in the area, especially traditional breakfast just two blocks away. Towels aren't the softest and my room was a bit small but it was for just one person so it was fine. I would consider staying here again.

By on Jan 2, 2013

3

just ok hotel

BusinessTravelers

Close to Metro station, but needed to change Metro train to go to main train station. No major shopping Dept store near by. Room is smaller than other similar price hotel. Ok hotel for 4th choice.

By on Mar 18, 2011

4

great stay

Singles

wonderful hotel, very accessible/friendly/cooperative, central lcoale, great having Metro next door. Great walking and shopping all near by

By on Jan 12, 2010

4

brother hotel, taipei

Singles

I chose this hotel because of its location and price. The hotel is located right off the MRT station (Nanjing East Road, Brown Line). Bus stop for the airport bus (Evergreen, 140 NTD) is within a 3 minute walk. The rooms are a little small but the great location and friendly service makes up for it. Caution: If you are more than 6 feet tall, you will find the rooms too small, and the ceiling in the bathroom too low. [...]

By on Nov 20, 2009

3

disappointing

Couples

Stayed at this hotel for 4 nights for part business and part tourism. The location is good, centrally located and within steps of the MRT station. Plenty of restaurant choices within the hotel. Breakfast is not included, but there are numerous coffee shops and restaurants within a few blocks in each direction. In no way should this hotel be classified as 4-star. Solid 3-star yes. The large lobby and restaurants do not make up for the relatively small rooms. While clean they were not as spotless as I have come to expect from Asian hotels. Staff was friendly and efficient, but every morning at 7:30 am I was awoken by very loud - practically shouting - voices which continued for hours. I first thought these may be guests but believe in fact they were hotel housekeeping staff going about their duties. Later in the morning the whole hotel was subject to hours of repeated pounding noises caused by the MRT construction going on next door. At lobby level the hotel actually vibrated from the digging. The poorly soundproofed rooms plus the loud external hallway noises and construction made for an unsatisfactory experience. I do not plan to stay here again on future visits to Taipei.

By on Nov 10, 2009

4

room type crucial

BusinessTravelers

I stayed in this hotel twice within a week, first in the standard room, and then in the larger superior double room. The standard room was Tokyo-esque in its smallness. A tiny room, a small rock hard bed, a mini, capsule window, and barely any space to move. Luckily, I arrived late so all I did was sleep. On the other hand, later that week I stayed in a superior room, which was larger and had a nice window. This room seemed like a decent value for Taipei. [...] it was pretty chilly (end Oct/early Nov), but the hotel did not turn the central heat on. But the maid was nice enough to provide me with a small heater for the room. As for location, the hotel is in a good area, quite central. While not in a tourist zone, I was satisfied with the location next to the subway and so on. There are convenience stores and a bakery virtually right below. Overall, there were some quirks, but I would say good value for the money for the superior room. But no chance I would book a standard room again.

By on Nov 9, 2009

3

hotel says breakfast not included

Couples

The hotel location was the best. The room was clean and nice. [...]

By on Oct 24, 2009