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This hotel is in the middle of nowhere. The decor is straight out of 1982. There are no smoke alarms or sprinkler system. The restaurant food is tasteless.
The golf course is very good and higher rated. The family run restaurant just outside from the...More
Arrived late evening in the dark, came straight from airport by the Miramar shuttle bus. Had to wait at airport for over half a hour until all guests had arrived and cleared customs. It has a grand entrance and staircase with a nice reception area...More
This is hotel is quite out of the way on a golf course with no public transport nearby. Taxi drivers in Taipei sometimes refuse the trip because of the distance and lack of clarity about its location. I am sure it was a nice hotel...More
I highly recommend this hotel, I stayed here with Mum and my little girl, we had a massive room and bathroom, very clean, and overlooking the golf course, staff are very helpful. We were hungry again in the middle of the night so ordered food...More
I stayed here on my way to India, travelling with China Airlines. It is about a 25 minute from the international hotel.
The man who met me at the airport was very friendly and happy, so too were the staff at the hotel... even if...More
Wugu District is suited for outdoor activities. Six hiking trails were planned in the Guanyinshan Natural Scenic Area with their respective features. The entire pass is forestry with the sound of birds and insects. A walk through the trail not only strengthens the body but also soothes the mind. The broad breeze canal is an international standard competition waterway, with athletes often gathering for a race. The Luzhou
Embankment pet sports park beside the canal offers a good place for parents and kids to go pet walking. Linkou district encompasses both leisure sport and temple features, with sports parks and golf courses for the exercise savvy to enjoy. There are also tourist factories to experience the heart of an industry and DIY fun. The first Japanese OUTLET PARK in Taiwan, MITSUI OUTLET fully satisfies shopping desires and offers a variety of delicacies.