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Hidden in a side lane, the hotel was about 10-min walk from Shuanglin mrt station. Everything reminded me of the yesteryear. The staff were ok. The breakfast was ok. The room was generally clean but occasionally you do see a cockroach running about. What really pissed me off was the WiFi. It didn't work in the room. I told the staff and she said she would get someone to re-boot the router, but still it didn't work. The only place that the WiFi was working was at the lobby. I would not stay in the hotel again and would not recommend it to anyone.
it's a small hotel, not at all pricey by Taipei standards. easily accessible by bus from the Taoyuan International Airport and walking distance away from the MRT stations. it has wi-fi in all rooms, offers decent breakfast, but somewhat rigid in terms of check-in and check-out times.
if you wish a very accessible hotel, this one is a must. a 7-11 right beside of the hotel and walking distance to the train station. The staff was excellent. they are very friendly and willing to help anytime. they allow us to store our luggage due to our flight was late in the evening. A tour brochure with nearest and suggested site was present at the lobby which you can choose from different languages. Even though the breakfast start at 0700H, it was delicious. overall if I will go back to Taiwan, this is the place that I'm going to stay again
The hotel was 20-25 minutes from Taoyuan by car. Good location as there is a 7-11 beside it, a very nice cafe, Ikari Cafe, across and Coco Milktea nearby as well as varied restaurants. The best part of our stay was the nice beds and sheets. A plus, too, was the very nice people at the reception.
We booked a room here. We found a spacious clean room with a big bathroom with a large spa bath.( compared to other rooms of same price in area) Quite a treat at very reasonable price $1800 in goodlocation easy access to 3 metro stations. Staff helpful and respectful.
I was on a four day side trip in Taipei, after spending four says in Beijing and before meeting with friends in Osaka. I had decided to book that place because of the positive comments I had read and I was not disappointed. I stayed at the hotel from August first to August fourth and I must admit the place is really nice. Once you get off the subway it's a ten minute walk. The area is quiet and there are shops, cafés, banks and a post office nearby. They hotel is a little oldish but the rooms are comfortable I had a single with bathroom and tea facilities and fridge. Great to keep water or beverages cool... Room 210 The only minor drawback was the shower because i had to kneel to enjoy it. Being six foot two, I could not stand and I had to adapt to the limited height Staff were very friendly, all of them. From Check-in to breakfast, they all deserve a 5/5.😁
The hotel was close to metro station. It had several 7-eleven just beside the hotel and good restaurant close by. The room was decent and clean. The breakfast was good. The staff was very helpful and friendly but they level of English wasn't very good.
We stayed at this hotel for a week and overall had a good experience with them. The room (a twin) was spacious and clean, though somewhat outdated. The cleaning service was good, the beds were comfortable and the staff friendly with reasonable English. Breakfast was buffet-style with mostly Asian dishes with some concessions to their infrequent Western guests by way of toast with preserves, fried eggs, ham and hash browns, and, on the weekends, cereal. This hotel is an easy 10-minute walk away from Shuanglian station on the red line, great if you're coming from Taipei Main Station. (When you reach Shuanglian, take exit 2 towards the memorial hospital and you'll come out onto a street market, turn left as you leave the escalators until you see the hospital, turn left again until you see the church/bank, turn right onto Jonzhou road and walk 2/3 minutes down the street until you see the hotel.) There's also Zhongshan Elementary School station on the yellow line that's just as close. Our only complaint was having no way to contact them other than a phone number which we were unable to call. The e-mail address on their English website appears to be out of date and they haven't responded to any messages we left on tripadvisor. We were able to send a request to them via booking.com but there was no direct communication.
This is my second time staying here so I knew what to expect. Gwo Shiuan is a love hotel with little soundproofing that's showing its age. If you're willing to ignore this, it's still a good value. I'm less enthusiastic this time. I checked in on Chinese New Years Eve and was given a box of honey cake and a drinking box to compensate for the lack of breakfast service the next day. When breakfast service became available again it was simply too crowded in the basement room as there's maybe 10 tables there. Breakfast is listed as 'free' so arguing about compensation will be a futile exercise. Some annoyances with the room this time: you'll find your feet hanging off the bed if you're taller than 180cm. There's only one outlet (two if you unplug the TV). No bathtub. You need to hang the door tag to have your room serviced. Spend a bit more and you'll find less noisy and more comfortable accommodations nearby.
This is a good, budget hotel close to 3 MRT stations, about 8 min away. However, if you have a lot of luggage or heavy luggage, this might be a problem for you. 7-11 and coffee place close by. Rooms small but clean. Very good included Asian style breakfast with a good selection (western options are minimal, but if you just need eggs, sausage/ham, toast, and juice, I think you would be satisfied). The bed is very firm, which I like. I wish the room had a clock though. Staff was very friendly and attentive. When housekeeping saw that I did my wash in the room, they provided me with extra wire hangers. You get all the expected amenities in the room--free bottled water, slippers, refrigerator, TV (it does have CNN). No wired Internet but the wifi was excellent for me (I was on the fourth floor). Please note as others have mentioned. This hotel is not recommended for families as they have 2 unlocked porn channels. The walls are also thin and you hear everything, and I do mean everything. From the MRT, you can reach anywhere in Taipei pretty much. You can walk to the Ningxia Night market, and the Shaunglian day market is very close, too. You can smell cigarette smoke creeping in though, even though it's supposed to be non-smoking. In fact, I had a cigarette burn on the stool and also on the tv remote from previous occupants. You can control the AC (strong, medium, weak, off). I usually only turned it on for about 10 minutes when I returned from a long day of sightseeing.
Located in Zhongshan, Jen Mei Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Ningxia Night Market and Xingtian Temple. This 3-star hotel has 56 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free valet parking.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
The 56 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including washers/dryers, refrigerators, and free bottled water. Guests can expect LED TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have free toiletries and slippers.
Guests of Jen Mei Hotel enjoy free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and laundry facilities. Free valet and self parking are available—or if you're not driving, take the shuttle from the hotel to the airport (available 24 hours) for TWD 1200 per vehicle. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, tours or tickets, and dry cleaning/laundry. This smoke-free hotel also has a water dispenser.