Hotel is great! Stayed here over 4 days. Location is close to restaurants, buses and trains. Short ride to the top spots in Taipei. Staff was excellent! The hotel itself is clean and has nice amenities. Would stay again.
The room is big. The bathroom facility is good. The service is good! The breakfast is amazing. There are tons of channels in TV. There is also a self-laundry services. We can also borrow umbrella for free. Recommend.
The hotel looks nothing like the pic on the website. I’d describe it as a motel vs a 4 star hotel as indicated on TA. Rooms are very dated and carpet in the room is ripped. Lobby is very small and laundry is located in the basement with very dim light (a bit scary to be honest). It does have a good breakfast but the whole hotel felt dark and a bit dingy (we stayed on the 10th floor). Looks nothing like the photos on Tripadvisor. The location isn’t the greatest either since it’s a 10 min walk to the closest MRT. I wouldn’t stay here again
The pictures one sees on the web are deceiving. The size of the lobby and the room are not big at all. Check-in. Front lobby personnel are very nice, friendly, and quick. Room. The room is small. I booked the largest room with two twin beds and it is 420 sq ft. But the bathroom took about 2/5 of the whole area. There is a huge bath tub which I think is a waste of space. The room is clean but the carpet is worn. And not enough place to put your clothes and stuff away. I had to go to the front desk to ask for iron and ironing board. The noise is acceptable. But it is noisier than the other hotels I’ve stayed at. There is no plugs on the wall except the two next to the desk. When I asked the front desk they say there are extension cord I can borrow. Air-Condition. Guests cannot control the temperature in the room. It is pre-setted by the hotel. Guests can change the fan speed. Room 503, where I was, the air blows right to the head of the bed. Makes my noose all plugged up. In the other hand, there is no air condition in the bath room. I can imagine how warm it gets when it’s hot outside. Heater. There is no heating in the room. But no surprise here. Westin hotel did not have heater in the room neither. Free breakfast. You get what you pay for. The small restaurant was really clean and the manager was friendly. But not much of a food choices. Internet access. My two mobile phones and two tablets had no problem to connect to the internet. Not so lucky with my laptop. Couldn’t connect to the room wifi. Tried the front lobby to connect to the lobby internet still no luck. Talked to four different clerks at the front desk. They tried to help but couldn’t find the problem. Clearly not their issue, but I never had this problem within the last 10 years when my job took me all over the place in China and US. Price. Very reasonable. But you get what you pay for so. Check-out. Only took a couple of minutes. Conclusion. I do not think I’ll come back to this establishment. But it is just me.…
Really good hotel to stay in Taipei. Nice clean room and jacuzzi in the bath room. Near to metro station, apor. 5 min. So you reach Main train Station in about 10 min. Good breakfast (Chinese and european) , small gym and a laundry room makes your stay very comfortable.
Surprisingly good, staffs are professional, the private jacuzzi with colour light show are so cool~ 7-eleven just 5mins walk, hotel location are good too... just the breakfast time 7.30-9.30 are too early for me... if not, this hotel is prefect for me :)
This hotels offers clean rooms with comfortable beds & quality linens. I stayed in the Luxury Double Room and its bathroom had a large whirlpool tub as well as full option shower. It’s a great place to rest and be refreshed. Their breakfast buffet is excellent with both Asian and western style menu. Courteous and responsive staff.
This hotel is very cosy and have a private jacuzzi, and most of all the staff is very friendly. For business trip / personnel who would stay longer, they also have laundry ntd 50 and dryer ntd 80 per wash available, they accept ntd 10 coins which can be exchanged at the cashier.
We are currently staying in this hotel for just one night. Our flight was redirected and we ended up 2.5 hours outside of Taipei at a totally different airport. We had 6 bags, a car seat, a stroller, and a two year old so nothing about that is easy. This hotel helped assist us with everything! And several hours of driving, we checked in and they were extremely accommodating. Great spot too! I wish we had more time here. I cannot thank the staff enough for their help.
I was in Taipei for sightseeing during August 2019. This hotel has an ideal location in a quiet neighborhood yet is centrally located and situated only a short walk from the Songjiang Nanjing MRT station at the intersection of the Green and Orange lines. Perfect for getting to all of the major tourist sites in Taipei. My room was well appointed, comfortable, and quiet. Often when I stay in hotels I have to wear ear plugs to be able to sleep, but my room was very quiet at night despite the music that plays 24/7 in the hallways (the room was well insulated so I never heard the hallway music in my room). Sheets and bedding were of a quality typically found in luxury hotels and the bathroom included nice touches such as a Japanese-style electric toilet seat and a multi-jettted shower. As other reviewers have noted, the breakfast buffet is skewed towards Asian cuisine which is a plus as far as I am concerned. If I am going to visit Taiwan from the United States I want to emphasize Asian food in my dining. Besides, there are sufficient Western options (e.g., bacon, eggs, sausage, cereal, pastries) if that is your preference. The hotel staff members couldn't have been more gracious and friendly. Most of the guests at the hotel during my stay were from Asia, but as a Westerner I always got the sense like the staff made an extra effort to make sure I felt welcome.…