Imperial Hotel Taipei4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stay at this hotel at least once or twice a month. As soon as I check in I feel like I've been welcomed home. I am a walker, when the weather permits, I walk everywhere, if you want to get to somewhere fast, closest MRT is about 5 minutes walk. Highly recommend to your next stay.
The hotel is celebrating its 50th anniversary and even though it is an older hotel quality is great. Lounge on 10 floor is great and the beautiful young ladies that wait on you make you feel comfortable even during extended stays. Bed and room is excellent and the suites are comfortable for an extended stay also.
Weather outside poor and wet during the whole week, good stopover in hotel with friendly staff. Helpful and serviceminded. Umbrellas to walk outside with Rainshowers are available upon request, great service of Imperial hotel.
It's not a new hotel, but very clean, nice location, there is a night market close by and about 5 mins walk to the metro. Hotel staffs are all well trained , give you detail service if needed. One time after check out, I realize I lost my Fitbit , so email to the hotel see any chance can find that in the room, they email me back said the house keeping try to find while cleaning the room and found it in the trash can. I was impressed! The only thing I wish better is the gym , very small, but usually no one there , so just like your personal work out room 😁
Rooms are clean. Staff are nice. But location is not so good. Good food is quite lacking in the vicinity. Need to take a cab if you want some night life. Some rooms has a bit of sewer smell so beware.
The room was very clean with a lot of space. The staff was always friendly and really attentive to our needs. The breakfast was really good with a lot of choice. The location of the hotel is great with a lot of restaurants around.
Good hotels are run by good people. Imperial hotel is such a hotel. Things are just OKAY, they give you a pleasant, friendly, welcome and safe feeling.I lost my credit card in one of the neighbouring shops, they knew it must be from one the Imperial guests, which shows their good standing and reputation.
This is a very good hotel located in a neighborhood with lots of shops and restaurants, which makes it interesting to walk around at night or in the morning for coffee. They seem to cater to tour groups so the staff speaks excellent English. Its a bustling area, but only a couple blocks to the metro and a small night market. Quiet is one of my most important review factors and this hotel was very good. The bell stand staff was also great.
We spent the last night of our holiday there before flying home. The hotel has very European feeling, so we got ready to be back home again;-) We were given a nice upgrade, which we'd like to thank for. Staff were very helpful and we obtained some good tips where to shop or eat. Breakfast was the best of our 2 weeks' stay in Taiwan- plenty of choice and good quality. We also asked for one hour later check-out, due to our later flight and we got it, so we would definitely stay again.
We followed our tour group and stayed at Imperial Hotel Taipei for 2 nights. I will say this is more of a business class hotel for the commercial travellers, than a hotel for the whole family. Being in the city area, the size of the room is slightly smaller, and the choices of the television channels in the rooms are more limited to English, Japanese and a couple of Korean channels. (This hotel had more Japanese Channels, compared to the other hotels we visited.) Comparatively, the range of Taiwanese local Channels is less. Mandarin speaking travellers may need to compromise with limited choices of channels. But this is also the hotel with the highest standard of Written and Spoken English (as compared to other hotels). Even the staff in the restaurant and reception can speak good/acceptable English language. Western countries visitors need not worry about any communication barriers at this hotel, if you can speak and understand basic English. They offer in-room dining option, which has good range of menu (but costs may be a but higher) and the restaurant serves moderately good standard of food. In the restaurant, you have a choice of western food (breads, salad, selected meats) and Japanese food (miso soup, sushi, etc). They also have an eggs/omellette station where you can order sunny side-up/omellette. But the only drawback is the shower system in your room. To switch between the shower-head and the bathtub water flow, you need to use some strength and pull the stopper/plug up. This can be risky for some elderly who are not that mobile or do not have the motor skills/fingers strength. I will advise travelers with elderly family members to be wary and cautious when your elderly family members are using the bath/shower. In all, it is a good hotel for business travelers or adults. The costs of the stay can be about mid-high range. Advisable for western travelers to consider in-room dining options, as there are no western food options available except for a "Burger King" fast food joint some 2 km away. But if you are game enough to try local food, there are multiple dining options within range.
- Close to Confucius Temple
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in Zhongshan within a mile (2 km) of Confucius Temple, Imperial Hotel Taipei is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Shilin Night Market. This 4-star hotel has 326 guestrooms and offers conveniences like 3 restaurants, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. Located centrally in Taipei, it's also close to Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and National Palace Museum.
This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.
All 326 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect 42-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and bidets. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also available.
Imperial Hotel Taipei features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for TWD 1850 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center, laundry facilities, and a gift shop.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
83% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 774 reviews