Hotel is new, many of the facilities are not ready. No gym, no laundry facilities and the changing room for the swimming pool is simple. It's more of a nice 3 star hotel , not a 4 star. The hotel and the area surrounding the hotel are both not so westerners friendly. They didn't even mention the ...
The location is just opposite the entrance to the Ximen shopping district, a few minutes to the MRT and restaurants and shops. We were upgraded and the corner room is a good size and a very big bathroom. The hotel is modern and clean.
The hotel is close to the airport, very convenient to reach the hotel by public free transportation. Being so close to the airport, the hotel is surprising quiet. The front desk services are fast and courteous. Nice setup and c lean.
This was my first time in Taiwan. Of course I made it in time for a typhoon. Oh well. It wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. The hotel overall was good and the staff was helpful. They did speak English which is always a plus, because my sign language is never really understood. The room ...
- Staff speaks minimal to no English. - This is not specific to this hotel but in the Chinese speaking world, if you ask for directions, they just point in the general direction as opposed to providing you with actual useable details. You have to insist after every turn - "now what" "then what". ...
I have rated " excellent " all the 4 categories asked which I have never done before. The most striking experience was yesterday morning, my wife suggested we don't anymore ring for a porter as our luggages were within our capability to bring down w/o help. As we got down to the lobby, a lady receptionist ...
I needed to find a place to stay overnight for my flight out of Taipei the next day, where I was hoping to get some good sleep. The location of the hotel is unbeatable - it is right in front of an MRT station. The hotel staff were also very friendly and courteous. The bed was very comfortable. I'll quite likely come back in the future since it's such a great experience.
Good location and service for a budget hotel. In today we stayed for 5 nights and was satisfied with both the service and the comfort of our room. Offers free snacks, instant noodles, breakfast and has a nice lounge hang out area. Close to the MRT and to taipei Main station for quick Day trips. Overall great experience
They need urgent remodel in the room. Old and dull and smelly of some old stuff.
Close enough to everything. Attractive cafe with tasty (included with booking) breakfast buffet and complimentary afternoon tea. Elevator gets busy, which can be challenging with strollers, but that was a minor issue for us. Overall, a great value.
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