The Tango Taipei LinSen3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
If you are urban professional, you may not able to complain about this hotel. Super convenient location from the airport, metro stations, bus stops... and anywhere you can think of. Though rooms are not really big, the are clean and cozy.
Super clean rooms that are modern, decently sized, and have really nice bathrooms. Though, the room that we were given was very dark inside. The sun wasn't really able to shine through the windows since we were only a few feet away from the complex next to us, but it wasn't a problem since we didn't spend much time in the room. The hotel also supplied us with free water and sodas in the fridge, as well as little pineapple cakes. Staff was super nice and friendly. Overall, the hotel was very quiet, but that may be due to a slow period in November. A very tucked away, but quaint hotel in Taiwan.
We just spent 15 days in Taipei staying at the Tango Taipei LinSen. It's very good accommodation at a reasonable price. The standard room size was adequate and well equipped. There was sufficient space for our 2 suitcases. 2 carry-ons and 2 day packs. Our window faced a lane way with little light but this was unimportant as we spent little daytime in the room. The king size bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was a good size with an excellent shower. Wifi was very good. There was free bottled water and pineapple cakes placed everyday in our room. The hotel provided a free daily laundry service for our socks and underwear. There was a good standard buffet breakfast in the basement dining area - but note that this is the only food service provided by the hotel. Still, Taipei offers plenty of dining options. There is a very small gym which we used on several occasions. Location is very central in the Zhongshan area and convenient to train and bus services. The staff were great - very friendly and helpful - no delays when I requested assistance or had a query. Some staff have limited English but someone was always available to assist when English was necessary. I did use the small business centre on one occasion. One PC did not work and the other was using Chinese - but the staff helped me to change the language to English. Overall, we were very happy with our stay here.
Hotel outlook: It does not look that shabby even though it has aged. looks like a normal hotel on the outside. no fanciness. Service: It is a business hotel, so do not expect tourist-like hotel service like concierge bellboys to open doors for you and to carry your luggage for you. However, if you request, the service staff will be able to help carry your luggage if you have too many of them. Rooms: I have booked a premium suite. It sounds good, but it does not look as spacious as it sounds. Bed is a king sized bed, and it is very comfortable! kudos! Amenities is normal, and there is a bathtub in the bathroom. Room looks comfy and cosy. Soundproofing is okay only as i can hear footsteps from the outside. Rooms are clean too and well maintained compared to other hotels around its age. Location: It is around 8-10 minutes walk to the nearest MRT stations. A good thing is that there is 3 different MRT lines that are relatively near. Thus, it is easy to walk to a desired MRT that you do not have to transit. It is very near nice japanese eateries too, as the hotel is situated in an area where alot of japanese will congregate. Others: Hotel breakfast has limited selections, but the quality of food is superb! Overall: This hotel is a bit pricey for a tourist hotel. You can stay in ximending for the price you pay. But i still feel that this hotel is worth staying as it is near to taipei main station and there is nightlife if you need one.
Location, luxury and excellent staff - pity about the non-western breakfast but you can't have everything! The hotel picked us up from the airport and offered us luxury rooms with whirlpool spa baths, separate showers and automated everything - even the curtains worked on a motor. Bit fiddly working the coffee machine - surely a kettle is simpler? Anyway - brilliant for a short stay in a very interesting city.
We only stayed here for a short stopover, but the hotel really impressed. It has a very low-key profile from the outside (save from the signs, it really just look like an apartment), but everything from the lobby to the hallway to the room are spacious and quite elegant. The room we stayed was the junior suite, and although only slightly larger than a typical Taipei hotel room, it was brilliantly designed to have everything (sleeping area, a sitting/working area and a spacious bathroom) while not feeling cramped. My only complaint was that because the windows in the room doesn't open, it has a bit of the moldy + cigarette smell (similar to what you would smell in a KTV room). We were quite tired so didn't bother asking for another room, but hopefully this only affect this particular room. If I'm being picky, the bathroom is less than sparking clean. The hotel is in a less desirable area (the quasi red light district) and the surrounding can be a bit unpleasant. Transportation-wise, two subway stations (blue, red and green lines) and numerous bus lines are within 5 to 10 minutes walk.
Average stay on my second visit. Trash was not emptied out on my first night. Couldn't get late check out although the hotel was not fully booked. Reception was friendly. Breakfast was terrible. You are better off eating at the many eateries nearby.
I wanna to stay at this hotel for a very long time and because of an unexpected reason, my plan changed to go Taipei on August, and luckily, I got a nice offer there, it costs us only TWD 11000 for 4D3N suite + breakfast. Hence, finally I have an exceptionally experience to stay there. Even though the suite is not extremely big, surely, the setting is totally fit for our trip, my friend and I even prefer to stay at room for chit chat rather than hang out often, so if you are looking for a nice place for leisure trip, this hotel is really a good choice!
Many eateries around the hotel, particularly Jap cruisine. Modern but small room with a big bed! There is a nice jacquzzi in the room to relax your body but some of the functions were not working (eg light button by the tub). I love the jap style toilet functions the most! What an invention. No breakfast provided but not really necessary since you will be spoilt for food option within the vicinity. Plenty of free mineral water in room to hydrate ourselves amid the humid summer heat. Strong in room wifi. Many jap customers at this hotel hence the steep price. Small lobby with only 1 lift which can take abit of waiting time.
It's good & enjoyable experience staying in tango Xinyi . Everything was perfect except the breakfast is not very good & the spa bath doesn't work.... When I turn on it, it made my whole room wet nice
- Close to National Taiwan Museum
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Fitness center
Located in Zhongshan within a mile (2 km) of National Taiwan Museum, The Tango Taipei LinSen is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. This 65-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. Also close to this Taipei hotel are Taipei 101 and Taipei Botanical Garden.
The Tango Taipei LinSen's 65 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can enjoy TVs and stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer jetted tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Rooms also include safes.
Guests of The Tango Taipei LinSen enjoy a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for TWD 1600 per vehicle one way. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations. This hotel also has a 24-hour business center.
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88% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 155 reviews