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Fullon Hotel Taoyuan

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Location of the hotel is practical however the hotel itself is stuck in the 70's, with old carpets (that smell musty when you first enter the room) and old fittings. The windows don't fully close so it was loud in the room and mosquitoes came in. WifI was OK but there were very few electrical sockets in the room to charge devices. Staff were friendly, although their English wasn't so good. Breakfast was OK

I have been to this hotel plenty of times. The bed was ok but the lighting is always dim. And one time there was some visitors coming from Mainland I believe they walked and talked loud with doors banging. If you want to sleep in in the morning maybe not very good at noise resistant function. But now the nearby already has plenty local foodies/market/supermarket/hotpot once you turn right out of hotel entrance. Ask concierge for a map highlighted the necessity nearby. If you walk 15 mins, you may take local bus to Taipei city center about 40-45 mins.

On a recent visit to Taiwan for business, I was directed to the Fullon Hotel in Taoyuan City, southwest of Taipei. I had business with a company nearby. I arrived late in the evening and was met with a cheerful welcome from the two women in reception. I was in my room within 8 minutes of walking in the door, along with my baggage which was transported by a bell man. The room was roomy and comfortable and impeccably clean and fresh. Two bottles of water were there for my enjoyment plus a plate with Orange, Kiwi and apple. There were plenty of outlets for my collection of electronics. Internet was fast and included in the room rate. But most importantly was the bed. I fell into bed after more than 24 hours of no sleep. Whether it was the lack of sleep or the comfortable bed, I fell into a deep slumber that lasted a good 7 hours. Breakfast was included in the room and was -well funky. There were all the western favorites from the US and Europe including eggs, waffles, cold cuts and cheese, croissants, toast and jam. There was also yogurt and cereal. But there was a hot buffet full of Chinese traditional hot food that I would have trouble describing. But I'll try. Soups, Dumplings, steamed vegetables, pot stickers, pasta, rice. There was a noodle bar where the y prepare fresh noodles with a variety of toppings. Coffee, juice and cakes were also available. One could eat here and not eat for the rest of the day. Checkout was simple and as efficient and friendly as check in. The hotel is located in the central business district (which seems to surround the entire coast!). Lots of shops around including a 7-11 for that nighttime snack. This was a very positive experience and I will come back on my next visit to Taoyuan

Had a recent stay there for 3 nights. The hotel has great accessibly to major transportation hubs like the airport and the Taoyuan train station. Rooms are a bit old but spacious, all necessary amenities are well equipped. Staffs there are extremely friendly and helpful. Would stay again if I'm going back next time!

We checked in after a long flight but the woman behind the desk said we have to go for lunch as rooms are ready only in 30 min. After discussion she said there are rooms available if we pay half the room rate. Half the room rate for 30 min?? Wow, not the first time here, but certainly the last

This is a nice hotel in Taoyuan. It is situated in a relatively new district so its surroundings are quite modern. Rooms are nice and well updated and adequately sized. Breakfast is not the best but plentiful enough for an everyday traveler. Taxi to the airport is $15 at the most so not too bad at all. Wi-Fi coverage is also good enough. Overall, it deserves 4 stars!

Nice and clean room. Got a good hotbath and you will regret if you don't make use of it. Breakfast is nice with a corner for vegetarian. I would recommend this hotel to anyone I know. There's a good massage place opposite the hotel. You can enjoy reflexology or full body massage there and they open till late. Don't miss it -- remember to make reservation on weekends!

Stayed for 1 night during business trip in Taoyuan. Pluses: - good location; - nice helpful staff; Minuses: - very old and full of smelly carpets; - my room was smelling like crazy with smoking (even if it is non smoking hotel) - had to change room; - breakfast is so-so (nothing much for foreigners); - internet connection is so-so (was not working in bathroom). Would recommend improve breakfast.

Part of a group in Taiwan, decent hotel. Very satisfied with the front reception service. Spacious Room. Breakfast needs little more continental choice. Good for family and business. Can use some updates to freshen things up a little bit. Decent lobby, right on main street, 15 minutes to Taoyuan airport and taxis are easy to catch. Will stay again if needed.

The hotel was definitely top notched. Asian hotels have a reputation for superior service and quality, and the Fullon definitely lived up the reputation. Rooms were slightly smaller than what we were used to in the US, but they were comfortable and clean. I typically stay at Hilton or Marriott and they level of service and the quality of the room are better than those chains. Not the ritz, but very nice. Hot spring baths on the 16th floor were a surprise. Breakfast was excellent with a nice mix is Asian and western options. Overall great value

Room options

Superior Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Twin Room, 2 Twin Beds

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Junior Suite

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

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Trip Advisor aggregated rating

77% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 114 reviews