See why so many travellers make The Dealer Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Datong. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Datong's most popular landmarks, such as East Gate (0.2 mi) and Xiahai Chenghuang Temple (0.2 mi), The Dealer Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and The Dealer Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
If you like seafood restaurants, The Dealer Hotel is conveniently located near Palais de Chine Hotel - La Rotisserie, Yuan Huan Bian Oyster Omelet, and Min le Spearfish Rice Noodles.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular architectural buildings, such as Cihsheng Temple, Wenchang Temple, and Chen Tian-Lai's Residence (Jinji Tea House).
At The Dealer Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Datong.
My review specifically for rm 502. We asked for 1 room for 3 people and they gave us the rm 502, to my surprise it’s just 1 bed inside-an standard room for a couple. And all things there is good only for 2 - the pillow, towel and so on. We have to asked for additional things. How could they forget those things, they know we are 3. And their canteen for the breakfast ( all sandwich) is in another building, The room has no window ( you will have no idea what’s happening outside). No cabinets for used and unused clothes but there’s a drawer below tv table that can accommodate handbags and backpacks. For me, not a place to return to. Good things: located along highway, walking distance to a mrt or taipei main station.
On my arrival 10.30am the front receptionist guy was very helpful and kind give me all the information I need and the best place to see around the city.I Choose a room on 5th floor and I sleeping very well the matress are comfy.
Hotel is just average. Aircon control is through the reception which is annoying. Breakfast option is too few. Not a good place for a decent stay. The hotel should install bidet. But the staff were helpful.
Hotel is a short walk, about 2 blocks away from MRT Beimen Station which is just next to Taipei Main Station. You can even walk to Taipei Main Stn. about 20mins away. It's kinda hard to see their hotel sign, so just look for the big Philippe Patek store and you'll see it. The room is small but nice and very clean, the bed has very thick comforter which is good and we had a window which was a relief. Don't expect of a good view outside though, coz in front of the building is a construction site. Everything was well provided, very simple amenities yet it is what we needed. They have free coffee anytime. They are generous enough to replace my slippers with new ones everytime we go back to the hotel. They already have hair dryer, which is a delight since some hotel only provide hair dryer if you request it. And oh, we had hello kitty as our wallpaper, but we really don't mind :) The 3 electric outlets were good. Personal refrigerator is also working. Bathroom has a shower with hose which also doubled as a bidet. Room is small but spacious enough for 2 persons. Their lobby has a very homey feel. The breakfast, which we find cute is that it is at the small eatery across the street. Just show your breakfast coupons. It only has 3 same choices everyday. It doesn't change so if you are the choosy kind, you might just wanna eat somewhere else.. We loved the food though. The staff are very nice, even if we had language barrier, I can see their efforts everytime we ask questions and they are considerate to us... Overall it was a pleasurable stay. Would stay again there if we had the chance to go back to Taiwan.. :))…
We booked a super cheap package deal to Taipei from Japan and were put into the Dealer. As other people have said, it's clean, but that's about the only good thing can say about it. The whole place looks like a Tokyo love hotel from the 70s. Our room was tiny with just one hook on the wall acting storage space for clothes. The obscured glass in the window did nothing to alleviate the feeling of being in a kitschy prison cell. Probably best avoided.
The room was basic, small and clean and the hotel location was convenient. That is about it for the positives.The room and bathroom were very small and could do with redecoration/tidying up. The air conditioner was noisy and we had no control over the temperature which was set to freezing cold. However the main issue is the fact the walls are so thin that we were constantly disturbed by other guests coming and going all night long. On our floor, for both nights of our stay, the other guests (clearly a large party) spent hours into the early hours of the morning slamming doors and coming and going to each others rooms and talking in the corridor and their rooms. When we asked reception repeatedly, on both nights, to address this issue nothing was done. When guests in adjacent rooms or above us used their showers it actually sounded like they were in the room with us. This really did spoil the stay at the hotel.…
Our family enjoyed our two-night stay at The Dealer. We took a bus into the city from the airport and a relatively cheap taxi from Taipei Main Station to the hotel. We had two rooms on the top floor since they didn't have a family room that slept all four of us (kids aged 14 and 11). The room on the corner of the building was a little bigger, but both had a TV and bathroom. One of the beds was a little too firm, and the kids channel was a little too close to the adult TV channels, but the rooms were clean and nicely decorated. Breakfast came with the room, and it was a very good assortment of things to try. The staff was very helpful in directing us around the neighborhood (ATM, night market, MRT station), and helped us get an early-morning taxi back to the airport. We walked a lot from the hotel, took taxis in the nearer neighborhood, or the MRT to almost anywhere in the city. The hotel was perfect for our short visit, and we would stay there again!…
Stayed for 3 nights. Staff were so friendly and helpful. A bit too far from Taipei main station. Some rooms are crappy but then we paid a little extra to switch to the biggest room of the hotel. It was newly renovated and it was so much better.
We went on a last minute flight to Taipei to find out that most hotels were fully booked. We did however could find this reasonable priced hotel in walking distance of Taipei Main Station. Great location, but that's where the good points end. First if all, the hotel is difficult to find. No signs except a very general "HOTEL" sign like everywhere else in Taipei. It seems that this hotel changes it name quite often (wonder why). Anyways, due to heavy construction there's no front door, windows, or anything that gives away that this hotel is still doing business. Unfortunately we already prepaid this through the agoda website, so we decided to give it a try. The room is small, but clean enough and so is the shower room. The bed was too small for me (I'm about 1.80m) and the aircon is just like a freezer! We tried to balance the air inside with warm air from outside, but opening the window didn't make it quieter. The complementary breakfast is a sandwich with a drink (we didn't try it) and the same for the complementary internet by cable because the reception didn't have any lan cables at the time (probably lost while moving things around for construction). When we came back from a field trip on the second day I got a phone call. The lady on the phone was working for the tourist information center (that is what she said anyway) and told me in English that there will be heavy construction the following day on our floor. So we needed to move to another room. very inconvenient. The staff tries to be nice and friendly but the hotel shouldn't be opened until renovation has been completed. Last thing... prices on agoda website is double the price, sign in hotel says 1080 TWD.…
I booked this hotel for 2 nights over the New Year period. Three weeks later they cancelled the booking and failed to inform me. I only found out because I checked my booking on the website I had booked it on. This left me without a place to stay and everything in Taipei was booked up. The reason for the cancellation was later given as overbooking but I'm not sure why I was able to book a room and why it took them three weeks to cancel. They finally informed me of the cancellation 3 days before I was due to travel!