- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, JCB International, MasterCard, Visa, and Union Pay.
- Debit cards aren't accepted.
- Parking has height restrictions.
Hotel Sense4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed 3 nights recently and found the location convenient enough- a few minutes walk from MRT. Very friendly and helpful staff. Jonathan in particular was excellent and very patient with the million questions I had about how to get around to certain places and best options etc. Rooms were clean and spacious.
Convenient, a bunch of stores and restaurants around, very nice market 5 min walk and night food market 10-15 min walk. The staff is friendly, professional and helpful. The hotel itself is well equipped, relatively new (10-15 years) with gym, free coffee at lobby, computers and printers available in a room in the lobby, airport shuttle and apparently very good breakfast (didn’t try), nice rooftop with view on Taipei 101. The room was ok, the tub was huge and personally the mattress was perfect, not too soft. If you stay on the upper floors, the street noise is alright, on the lower floors i would have taken a room without window which some actually still have one just not giving on the main street. The price was totally reasonable, I would totally recommend it or go back to it.
Front desk clerk Evon Yen was very friendly and let us check out at 1pm All front desk staff members were very professional. We've reserved a day trip, the driver was very polite. Housekeeping needs improvement. I saw a piece of hair in the bathtub and i saw a cockroach beside the door. The hotel should provide more training to their housekeeping employees. I've attached two photos to prove what I mentioned above. Breakfast Attendants speak Japanese first before Mandarin! Their offical language is Mandarin, I understand they used to be Japanese colony but they should at least speak Mandarin or English before they talk in Japanese. Japanese guests are not superior than other guests. They should respect all guests.
A typical Asian boutique hotel with Chinese style grandeur LOCATION: Located in the zhongshan area close to a lot of nearby restaurants and eateries DINE + DRINK: No bar or restaurant that is noteable ROOM: I stayed in 205, so this review is based on that; VIEW: Sweet view of the street outside ; SIZE: Very spacious room; AIR-CON: Perfectly functioning cooler that helped in setting the perfect room temperature; BED: Comfortable bed that played the expected part to put me to sleep; BATHROOM: Stand in shower; TOILETRIES: OK toileteries FACILITIES: A joke of a gym that is nothing more than a glorified room SERVICE: Friendly staff that took Spoke decent amount of English to take care of all my needs with a smile. Special Shout out to Johnny at Front desk HOW WIRED YOU WILL BE: Free high speed Wi-Fi that works well all over the property. Big Plasma TV screen dishing out hundreds of channels spanning sports, news, music, movies and a wide variety of entertainment in multiple languages
Having been to quite a few hotels in the area, the Business Double which I stayed is simply the biggest and the most spacious of this class. My room is the very first one out of the elevator, not sure if it's bigger than the middle rooms. It's really big to the extent that the air-conditioner seemed to have a hard time trying to cool down the whole room during my stay. The bed is nice and comfortable but it's a push up of two smaller beds. Noise from the street is audible but I would say the noise insulation is quite decent. There's nothing much to see out of the windows except for the opposite apartment but being in the first room still managed to get some unobstructed view of the city. Front desk service feels professional as I generally don't like over zealous ones. Someone mentioned the hotel performing a room check when checking out, it still does. While it's indeed uncommon these days, I'm actually fine with this but people departing for some other urgent business should bear this in mind and set aside some time for the inevitable wait. The hotel is 5 minute walk to a MRT Station so it's still quite easy to get around despite being a little off the CBD. There are lots to eat around as well as 7-11s. The area is known for nightlife but I didn't find anything disturbing to sat the least. It's Taipei after all. I'll definitely choose this hotel again just because of the big rooms.
My expectation of this hotel I think was a bit too high. The room looked old and gloomy. I definitely didn't like the furniture although the room was spacious (we had a living room). But maybe, it's simply because I don't like the oldies concept of the hotel room, which didn't fit my interior preference. The special thing I found out from the hotel was the big onsen-like bathtub. It was big enough to easily accommodate 2 people. Two pockets of bath salt were also purposely prepared for guests. Despite of the room interior in general, I like the bathroom. The service of the Sense is really good, staffs were very friendly and helpful. They always looked cheerful and served sincerely. Thus, made my stay better. Other things like cleanliness, bath amenities, comfort level, were exactly as Accor standard. However, with the same budget I definitely will choose another hotel which offers more modern interior look.
Everything from up till end was good about this hotel. I stayed 2 nights at this hotel. One night on 27 Feb and another on 3 March. - Room is big - No cigarettes smell - Toilet is clean and has a lot of amenities to even hair bands for us girls - Price is friendly on the pocket - All their front desks staffs was super friendly, polite, helpful. Thumbs up!!! - Free coffee, hot chocolate, water at the lobby - Front desk staffs can speak English - Most of the tourist that stay here are Japanese - Hotel is all quiet - There is a lot of shops, food, convenient stores, Mos Burgers (3-5 mins walk also) - Trains nearby (3-5 mins walk) - Near to the Shilin night markets (think around 150-200 NT by taxi, or just a few stops by train) - Will stay here again on my next business trip, unless I find a better deal. Some minor things that needed to be improvised, was: - Bed too soft for my liking (I have lower back pains) - Breakfast variety can be improvised
Location is ok, close to some typical Taiwanese neighbourhood. You have to walk 5 minutes for the orange line and 10 for the red line. Of course if you don't like that just order a taxi. Service was pretty good and the woman at the reception was helpful and polite, as expected. The room was too big and without windows. I was surprised but I did not complain because it was 7 PM and I was tired. Aircon was not working properly and the noise from what I guess was the elevator made my night a bit complicated. Breakfast is good but you are in... The basement underground, again no windows. They must have something against natural light. Hopefully there is a little rooftop bar that gives you a little air and a feeling of space.
We are a family of 4 (pre-schooler and a baby), so I am very concerned by the safety, cleanness and the quality of breakfast. The hotel failed on all of those. First bad impression was when we arrived at the lunch time and left the luggage at the lobby, which in the evening was still staying in the lobby and not cared of. The room was cleaned only on the surface and one could see LOTS of dust on the ceiling, hair in the bathroom and I just do not want to think about the carpet floor. The dust provided really bad smell to the room, I even thought that we mistakenly had a smoking-friendly room. The staff gave as a perfume diffuser that disguised the smell and advised to turn on the air-conditioning all the time... The hotel was the very first hotel in whole Asia and Europe to ask us to pay to have a baby cot (that we mentioned in the reservation though). Given the price for the room, that charge was more than unusual. The fitness centre is so old that we preferred to run outside and you have no parks with other than bitumen nearby. The room, that dramatically lacked of drawers, was equipped with a TV on a turning shelf which is very dangerous for the little ones. The staff removed the TV promptly upon our request. The room had also a very dangerous balcony with no safety lock to protect the little ones. I personally disliked the pillows, but I am very picky with good pillows. Good point for the breakfast is that various fresh fruits were served, but the choice of dishes is limited and is more asian-style. It was difficult to find anything suitable for the kids. They ended eating scrambled eggs every day. If you travel alone, the hotel is conveniently situated close to the MRT in not very touristy but very busy (read "noisy") area. A taxi is fairly easy to grab near the hotel in less than 5 min.
The hotel is just two minutes walk from metro station. The triple room we stayed is spacious and the balcony in the room is cozy. The bed is comfortable It is suitable for both business and leisure trips. The breakfast provides a variety of food.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Hotel Sense places you within 2 miles (3 km) of popular sights like Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and Taipei Confucius Temple. This 4-star hotel has 79 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. It's also close to Baby Boss and Taipei 101.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. The onsite restaurant is perfect for a quick bite to eat.
All of Hotel Sense's 79 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including free bottled water, safes, and phones. Guests can expect 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bathrobes. Ironing boards and desks are also standard.
Guests staying at Hotel Sense enjoy a fitness center, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available on request) for TWD 1850 per vehicle one-way. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a business center, and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 183 reviews