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The room offered had no window and thus was a bit depressing since the lights were quite dim. The air conditioning was too noisy and there is no isolation in the rooms, I also had problems to connect to the Internet, since Wi-Fi went down...More
The room looked nice but was very small-had to either walk over the bed or squeeze by the tv to get to either side.
Staff were nice but wouldn't give us an extra pillow when we asked which is a first for any hotel Ive...More
Nice and spacious room with bath tub and tea coffee machine, tv, etc. Location to industrial area as well as Night market is good. Also next to subway station. However, they have a funny system of checking in only after 5 pm!! I was lucky...More
I believe most hotel in Taiwan do allows customers to smoke in the rooms. I've been staying here before and the rate seams to be fair and most of all its clean. Metro station just around the corner. It's ideal for solo and couple. Breakfast...More
The location is a short 3min walk away from the Xinzhuang MRT station. The facade was pleasant, and the rooms have a nice decor.
What was disappointing: the room we stayed in had a strong smoke smell. And aside to the hotel itself were rooms...More
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Taiwan > New Taipei > Xinzhuang > Xinzhuang / Taishan District
The 300 year old Xinzhunag Old Street is a miniature of Taiwan's development history. Behind the busy tourist night market, temples, monuments and age old traditional shops line the streets. The flourishing “Dizang Temple” was built in Qing dynasty. Its Dizang Temple tour of public masters of civilian and military has long been an annual religious festivity in Xinzhuang, and an important common memory of Xinzhuang
citizens. Arriving at the historical and humanities-rich Taishan, one must not miss the Ming Chi Academy, known as the “ School of North Taiwan” for its place in cultural history. The Fujen Flower Garden Night market with everything from snacks, drinks, and games is the favorite place of evening leisure for travelers.