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Royal Seasons Hotel Taipei

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Nice, room was smaller than expected but it was nice. I loved the toilet which you could heat up and do other fancy things.

It is a pleasure trip staying in Royal Season Hotel.....

The hotel and staff are very nice and very helpful. The only drawback is the WiFi didn't work that well.

Excellent hotel location, service room and price. Front desk staff are very kind and supply all kind of sightseen material provided and explained how to get and so on. Lobby has free coffee and tea.

This hotel with very classical deco is a little bit far from a subway station but within walking distance. This hotel seems to be popular to Japanese tourists because many TV channels are Japanese programs and breakfast menu is mainly for them. Staff is friendly and their shuttle service is very useful to go subway stations or a train station. Room size is big enough and a jacuzzi in the bathroom is plus. Only minus is breakfast of which menu is very limited and same all the time.

Front desk personnel (Julie, and also May) proactive & very informative. All staff polite & eager to assist. We declined offer to change room due to broken TV hotel presented gift at checkout in apology.

Absolutely awesome for a long term stay. The style is a little Gotty with a flair for the Victorian, but it is super comfortable. The breakfast is super good, but don't expect it to be western. Yet, they do serve fired eggs, delicious bread, and the amazing coffee. The locations is absolutely perfect for active people. It's a five minute walk to three different metro stations and located in a historical part of Taipei. Plus, the night market near by is full of delicious and/or interesting meals.

This was my first time in Taipei and I had a pleasant experience. The staff was very kind and the room was great for the price. The hotel is split into two separate buildings but the staff will help you with the gym and breakfast locations. They also offer a free shuttle service to three major bus/MRT stops. I would definitely stay here again.

The hotel was awesome. It has a large bathtub, its relatively close to the MRT (10 min walk), neighborhood is safe, and lots of really good food near by. The breakfast was good, but be aware that it's geared towards Asian tourist.

The receptionists speak good English and are very very knowledgeable in tourism of the surrounding area. They are so eager to help to make your trip enjoyable. They even google the weather forecast of the area to let us know if it is going to rain the next morning! They escort us to talk in Chinese to the taxi driver to make sure that he knows where we want to go to. The location is only average. It is about 15-20 minutes from the subway station. To compensate, the hotel provide frequent and free minivan rides to the station, but no pick up service is provided. On a positive note, a taxi ride from the subway station to the hotel is ridiculously inexpensive: 75-80 NTD, equivalent to 2.50 US dollars, no tip is expected! The buffet breakfast is only average but more than enough to fill you up. The espresso coffee machine gives you as many cups of good coffee as you want. The room is spacious, quiet, clean, and comes with a refrigerator (only a microwave oven is lacking). The satellite TV program comes with several English speaking channels, HBO, Cinemax, CNN, BBC, you name it. I am sure I will return to this hotel when I visit Taipei again.

great breakfast food, not far from the metro (taipei main station) and it's convenient, get to see old taipei city. worth it!

The main reason we chose this particular hotel is that it is near the main train station in Taipei, and we knew we would be getting in late and wanted someplace close. The hotel is in Datong, which is the older section of Taipei. This section of the city definitely has more character, in comparison with the more modern Xinyi district. Metro stop at Zhongshan was only a 10 minute walk. Nothing spectacular, but a good-enough hotel. Breakfast could be improved though, as the menu was pretty limited to Asian tastes. Fish and salad for breakfast - no thanks!

The hotel is clean and central to downtown Taipei.

The hotel is clean and central to Taipei downtown. It is a great place to rest and explore the city via the metro system.

Good experience. Would definitely stay again. Great price

First room I was given wreaked of smoke (I asked for non-smoking), but the staff was able to change it immediately. No separate shampoo and body wash. No hair conditioner. Location of hotel is 8-10 minute walk from MRT in a somewhat rundown area. Room was not dirty, but was old and I got a few bed bug bites. Sheets were not changed until I explicitly left a note on the bed to change them. Bedroom was on the larger side for the price. Staff was polite.

Consider the price, this hotel offers server better than my expectation. The only problem is that it takes a 10 minute walk to the MRT station. However, a night market is right next to it, there are plenty food for you to eat.

This place is decent for the price I paid for. The room is a little small but the bathroom is great. I can hear a little bit about the conversation from next room. Overall, it is good. The staff is the best part of the experience.

326 & 330 Nanjing West Road Taipei

Hotel highlights

  • Close to National Taiwan Museum
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center

Located in Datong within a mile (2 km) of National Taiwan Museum, Royal Seasons Hotel Taipei is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. This 4-star hotel has 110 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a 24-hour business center. Located centrally in Taipei, it's also close to Confucius Temple and Snake Alley.


Dining

This hotel is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 110 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, electric kettles, and free bottled water. LED TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer jetted tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Other amenities include safes, phones, and desks.


Property features

Royal Seasons Hotel Taipei features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. You can take advantage of limited parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for TWD 1300 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and free newspapers.

Room options

Executive Double Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Royal Seasons Hotel Taipei

Everyone (3) Couples (6) Business (2) Family (4) Friends (1) Other (2)
4
Everyone

Nice, room was smaller than expected but it was nice. I loved the toilet which you could heat up and do other fancy things.

By on Jul 31, 2017

5
Everyone

It is a pleasure trip staying in Royal Season Hotel.....

By on Oct 14, 2016

5
Everyone

The hotel and staff are very nice and very helpful. The only drawback is the WiFi didn't work that well.

By on May 30, 2016

5

excellent hotel

Couples

Excellent hotel location, service room and price. Front desk staff are very kind and supply all kind of sightseen material provided and explained how to get and so on. Lobby has free coffee and tea.

By on Nov 6, 2015

4

classic hotel with reasonable price

GetawayWithFriends

This hotel with very classical deco is a little bit far from a subway station but within walking distance. This hotel seems to be popular to Japanese tourists because many TV channels are Japanese programs and breakfast menu is mainly for them. Staff is friendly and their shuttle service is very useful to go subway stations or a train station. Room size is big enough and a jacuzzi in the bathroom is plus. Only minus is breakfast of which menu is very limited and same all the time.

By on Aug 6, 2015

5

excellent service

BusinessTravelers

Front desk personnel (Julie, and also May) proactive & very informative. All staff polite & eager to assist. We declined offer to change room due to broken TV hotel presented gift at checkout in apology.

By on Jul 27, 2015

5

absolutely lovely

Couples

Absolutely awesome for a long term stay. The style is a little Gotty with a flair for the Victorian, but it is super comfortable. The breakfast is super good, but don't expect it to be western. Yet, they do serve fired eggs, delicious bread, and the amazing coffee. The locations is absolutely perfect for active people. It's a five minute walk to three different metro stations and located in a historical part of Taipei. Plus, the night market near by is full of delicious and/or interesting meals.

By on Mar 26, 2015

5

great hotel

Couples

This was my first time in Taipei and I had a pleasant experience. The staff was very kind and the room was great for the price. The hotel is split into two separate buildings but the staff will help you with the gym and breakfast locations. They also offer a free shuttle service to three major bus/MRT stops. I would definitely stay here again.

By on Feb 23, 2015

4

nice hotel for a good price.

Families

The hotel was awesome. It has a large bathtub, its relatively close to the MRT (10 min walk), neighborhood is safe, and lots of really good food near by. The breakfast was good, but be aware that it's geared towards Asian tourist.

By on Nov 26, 2014

4

a very good hotel

Couples

The receptionists speak good English and are very very knowledgeable in tourism of the surrounding area. They are so eager to help to make your trip enjoyable. They even google the weather forecast of the area to let us know if it is going to rain the next morning! They escort us to talk in Chinese to the taxi driver to make sure that he knows where we want to go to. The location is only average. It is about 15-20 minutes from the subway station. To compensate, the hotel provide frequent and free minivan rides to the station, but no pick up service is provided. On a positive note, a taxi ride from the subway station to the hotel is ridiculously inexpensive: 75-80 NTD, equivalent to 2.50 US dollars, no tip is expected! The buffet breakfast is only average but more than enough to fill you up. The espresso coffee machine gives you as many cups of good coffee as you want. The room is spacious, quiet, clean, and comes with a refrigerator (only a microwave oven is lacking). The satellite TV program comes with several English speaking channels, HBO, Cinemax, CNN, BBC, you name it. I am sure I will return to this hotel when I visit Taipei again.

By on Apr 14, 2014