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Great location. Bedroom was spacious and modern. It had a small patio area (more like a small hallway), which they should just extend the room to be bigger instead since the patio could only fit one person and really needs to be renovated. The bathroom really needs to be updated. The walls were cracked and mold on the ceiling since the vent was not working. There was nowhere to hang your clothes (it’s not that hard to place a couple hooks on the door). And the lock in the bathroom was broken off. When I asked if it was possible to move to a different room, the guy was rude and thought I didn’t understand Mandarin and said to his coworker that I was being a pain and was troublesome for asking to move.

My family and I stayed in a triple room for one night. The room was really spacious and clean. We had a back view of hotel, facing Taipei Main Station (which is lovely at night). No sound issues. The beds were comfortable and the two air conditioning units in the room were a plus. My elderly parents and I cannot ever seem to agree on the right temperature, so the two separate units worked well for us. The two ladies working at reception were welcoming, polite and kind.....reflective of the old Taiwan I fell in love with 15 years ago. The hotel caters to Japanese guests, so most of the signage is in Japanese. They were also able to offer currency exchange for small sum of Japanese Yen. There are two elevators that take you directly to the underground subway mall, so you don't need to go outside if the weather is bad/hot. However, getting up to the hotel can bit a bit of a pain if you have numerous pieces of luggage. This hotel is in a building with other hotels, offices and a gym, so at times you'll find a lineup at the entrance of the building. This hotel has no signage on the outside of the building. You'll need to look for the building listed as Taipei H Imperial 台北大亞帝國. The best way to find the building is to ask for the department store Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Taipei Station 新光三越台北站前店 (which everyone knows) and look for the adjacent brown building. If walking from the underground station, I believe the exit is A4 or A6? If the weather is bad, all you need to do is take the elevators to the undermall and walk to the food joints near the Eslite store. There is even a KFC and McD there. We tried the traditional Taiwanese food instead, which was reasonably price and not bad. All in all, a great place to stay. If I return to Taipei, I would certainly consider this hotel again.

Great location but unfortunately they put me next to the staff amenities and cleaning room so got woken up and wasn’t able to get back to sleep. Walls are thin and can hear noises from one of the neighbouring room throughout as they are really loud . No one picks up although tried calling the front desk many times. Rooms are however spacious. Nothing fancy but the essential. The reception area is rather shabby however.

Nikko Business Hotel is a nice centrally located hotel that seems tailored towards mainly Japanese clientele. Located on the 19th Floor of the Asia building, it seems to be formerly known as Taming Their front desk staff generally speak Japanese, they have various notes and instructions that are full in Japanese in the room. Their Standard room with double bed is rather generously spacious, comes even with a 2 seater couch by the mini balcony, with a single seater chair with foot rest on the other side of the bed just after the bathroom. Didn't really have an issue with noise even though the room we got was pretty much by where the staff had their service/store laterally opposite my room door. Nothing overly fancy, but you do get a desk, fridge, free bottled water and complementary wifi (seemed more than sufficiently speedy for our use). Tb Bathroom fittings look like its been a few years old but certainly clean, and complete with Japanese style bidet & a shower/bath tub combo. Only complaint was the bathtub really a bit on the small side, barely just nice for my 5'6" companion and became comical if I tried to even soak in the tub (as I'm about 5' 11") and even standing in the shower/tub, I had maybe 3-4" headroom to the bathroom ceiling. We didn't book our room with breakfast and thus can't comment, and honestly wasn't sure if they had any dining facilities on site. Location opposite Taipei Main Station is superb for getting around Taipei. Lots of food options in the general vicinity too until about 9+ to 10pm where most eateries and stalls shutter up and you're left with the nearby McDonald's or as I discovered a small little hole in the wall Taiwanese stir fry place which seems to be run by a local family in an alley a bit further down along a road from the McDonald's

新光三越台北駅前店の隣に位置し、1階はファミリーマート、台北駅にはホテル内から駐車場経由で直結しており、ホテルとしての機能というより、ウィークリーマンションとしての機能に近いところがあります。本当にきわめて便利です。ただし、いわゆるホテルらしさとか、ホテルならではのホスピタリティーは望めません。設備はやや古いものもありますが、日本製ウォッシュレットトイレ、バスタブ、日本製液晶テレビ(NHKBS受信可)が設置されていますし、Wi-Fiも十分な速度があります。長期滞在にも向いていると思います。

商業ビルの19階にのみ入っているホテルなので、非常に分かりづらいですが、場所は三越の隣で、エレベーターもあるのでスーツケースがあっても非常に便利な立地です。 お値段も非常にリーズナブルなのに、家電は日本製のもので、お風呂はバスタブもありました。シャワーの勢いも良かったです。 また台北に行った時は、利用したいです。

台北駅のほぼ正面で、どこに行くにも便利です。お部屋は中心部の割に広く、スーツケース3台が広げられました。お天気の良い日は101が見えましたので、リクエストされれば良いと思います。 私が宿泊した時は大名ビジネスホテルの時でしたから、今は経営が変わっているかもしれません。アメニティは少なめですので、気になる方は普通のホテルをお勧めします。 1週間以上滞在しましたが、最初通されたお部屋はウォシュレットが故障していたので途中で移動しました。海外ではよくあることですが、お部屋に入ったら不具合はないかチェックされた方が良さそうです。 また私はハウスダストアレルギーなのですが、あまりお掃除が行き届いておらず、チェックアウト日には綿ぼこりが気になり、くしゃみが出ました。短期間の宿泊でしたら良いと思いますが、長期になると綺麗好きな方はつらいと思います。

今回2度目宿泊です。ホテル名が大名商務会館→Nikko Business Hotelに変更しています。場所は、台北駅を背にして左から順番に①シーザーパークホテル②Nikko Business Hotel(茶色の建物、複合ビル1階ロビーに「亜洲広場大樓」と書いてあります)③新光三越百貨順番です。ロビーカウンターが真ん中、左と右に通路があり左の通路を進むとエレベーターがあるので19階に上がればフロントです。もっと詳しく知りたい人は、〇天トラベルのHPを参考にする良いでしょう。 何故ホテル名変更をフロント聞いたら、経営者かわったと回答されました。 但し、今までのサービス内容はそのままだそうです。内容としてはセルフキッチンスペース行けば入れ立てのコーヒーが飲めたり、長期の場合かなり安い料金で洗濯してくれるサービスもあります。一番ウレシイのがキリンの一番搾りがなんと40台湾ドル(150円)で販売しています。客室は前と比べてリノベーションされて綺麗になっています。台湾では珍しく喫煙可能ですし、アメニティー有、ウォシュレット(パナ製)しかも日本人客が宿泊優先みたいで2回宿泊しましたが、日本人以外見たことがありません。立地も抜群でMRTから地下道があり三越前のエスカレーター(セブンの看板有)を使えば階段の上り下り苦労しません。その他わざわざ地下鉄に乗らなくても目の前にいくらでもバスが止まるので色々の場所へ行くにも大変便利です。旅行やビジネスで宿泊しても大変便利なホテルだと思います。最後に19階なので客室によっては、台北101が見え眺めが良い。

19F., No.50, Sec. 1, Zhongxiao W. Road Taipei

Hotel highlights

  • Free in-room WiFi
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Airport shuttle (fees apply)

Located in Zhongzheng, Sky19 Hotel is a short distance from popular attractions such as Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and Taipei Botanical Garden. This 41-room, 3-star hotel has in-room conveniences like refrigerators, electric kettles, and LCD TVs.


Rooms

All of Sky19 Hotel's 41 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, electric kettles, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LCD TVs. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also included.


Property features

Guests of Sky19 Hotel have access to coffee in a common area and a water dispenser. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for TWD 1200 per vehicle one-way. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and tours/tickets.

Room options

City Triple Room, City View

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

City View Six-person Room

Full 3 | Sleeps 6

Superior Quadruple Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Family Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

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