See why so many travellers make Asia Pacific Hotel Beitou their hotel of choice when visiting Beitou. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Asia Pacific Hotel Beitou provide a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Asia Pacific Hotel Beitou guests have access to a concierge and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Asia Pacific Hotel Beitou.
Nearby landmarks such as Taiwan Shan Guang Temple (0.3 mi) and Puji Temple (0.8 mi) make Asia Pacific Hotel Beitou a great place to stay when visiting Beitou.
While visiting Beitou, you may want to try some dim sum at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Liyan Banquet Hall, Xin Shang Xiang Seafood Restaurant, or Fu Yean Seafood.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Xinbeitou Station, Fagushan Nongchan Temple, and Beitou Station.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Asia Pacific Hotel Beitou as you experience all of the things Beitou has to offer.
We enjoyed our stay here for a relaxing get away. Top notch service. The staffs provided the warmest greeting. Kind, friendly, thoughtful driver, Our server were very sweet and attentive. I definitely recommend doing VR game experience. The staff were great in explaining the game and getting us set up. Fun for all age levels! Overall stay was pleasant. Staring from check in to check out, All the staff are very pleasant and helpful. Had an absolute blast here! In short, We had a wonderful experience and hope to come back soon for another relaxing get away.
Placed on a nice high point on the hill , we booked 3 delux rooms and were offered 2 delux and one regular and after a couple of attempts (to be fair staff tried to help) they conformed the king delux we booked wasn’t available and to get a deluxe we needed to accept a twin which we took but were a bit disappointed. I still highly recommend the Delux rooms because they have a nice resting area (in the picture) in front of your private hot spring plunge bath in the room facing a nice window overlooking the hill. This was the highlight of our stay , really relaxing. Food wasn’t really up to the standard of other similar grade hotels we stayed in Taiwan. I hope this can be improved as the building is clean the pool area really nice and the staff very friendly
Staffs are very friendly and polite except some waitress in the restaurant. Room is very nice with private Onsen in the room and good bed. Free tea, coffee, soft drinks, water, welcome fruits and snacks. (Very nice!) there are no “towel hangers” for 4 people, toilet and wash space is not separated and VERY dark.. there is no bin around relaxing area in family room... dinner wasn’t impressive at all but not bad.
Good hotel to retreat from urban Taipei. It is nestled in the mountains and great for a day hike to the surrounding sulphuric lakes. Rooms are good and quiet with spring water piped into room. The public onsens are also pleasant. However food choices are limited with only one restaurant in hotel. Best to take free shuttle bus down the base for better and more economical choices. Breakfast is limited in variety, it should be improved, as the room charges are not cheap.
Asia Pacific Beitou is not a buzzing city hotel, it is located outside Taipei city but it is located in one of the most beautiful setting you can imagine so if you want to stay close to nature this could be the place. Set in the lush forest of Dan-Fun mountain it has harmonious blend of relaxing haven and the modern conveniences of a stylish designs. We had a wonderful and enjoyable two night stay with the private onsen in the room and amzing green views of the moutains. The hotel offers free shuttle bus to the station which is very convenient if you want to explore local steet life and the markets.
this may not be a luxury hotel. but the roll is large with the true hot spring there are special kids friendly design which suits for family tour hot spring is really good during winter in Taiwan after you wake up, you can also work a little bit toward the Ya-Min mountain, which is just within 10 mins distance
We stayed in Asia Pacific hotel for a night, we can choose either hot water or natural spring water for the Spa. Room are clean, modern and spacious, more than enough for our family of 3. We had dinner at hotel, their steak and seafood was really nice, my family love it. There are variety of entertainment available, pool, air hockey, VR games etc. High recommended !
Excellent hotel. Very friendly staff. Good location with free access to the hot spring in the hotel. It is Japanese style room. And free drinks in the mini bar. I am really impressed. Very good hotel for family traveling. Definitely recommend!
It took me so long to find the perfect hotspring hotel around Taipei and I’m so glad I found this hotel! It is very new and clean! Every room has a big hotspring tub that comes with the white sulphur hotspring water, which is the best hotspring water according to the locals. My skin immediately felt so much softer no jokes. It feels so relaxing to soak yourself in the hotspring tub while enjoying the great mountain scenery from your tub. This is exactly what I was looking for. The bed and pillows are very comfortable too! My bf slept all the way until next day both nights, which rarely happens to him. In the hotel there’s a child-friendly entertainment area on the 1st floor. There are arcade games, AR VR games, fun learning activities, lounge pool, public hotspring, etc. I didn't have problems at the hotel restaurant waiting for dinner. Food was served promptly. The food was good and nothing disappointed us! I wish we came down earlier to enjoy the food longer. If you’re looking to head out for meals or sightseeing, you can take the free shuttle bus to the Beitou train station which is really convenient! I can’t find anything I dislike about the hotel so far, and I’m already hoping to return just for the hotspring!…
In a word: terrible. The shuttle bus from the Beitou MRT set the tone - cheap, raucous music for the long climb up into the hills. Inside the hotel itself was a cacophony of screaming kids, the pool area (which has the hotel’s ONLY bar, no quiet piano bar for a nice glass of wine) felt like a public pool run by the local council, and the buffet dinner was a mad, overcrowded scramble for some decidedly average food. Over and done in 25 minutes. Shocking for a hotel that advertises itself as a ‘luxury’ resort. To be fair, Taiwan more generally doesn’t really understand the luxury hotel business, at least in an international context, so expectations should be kept low - but this was utterly dire and a notably worse effort than is typical. So here we are at 8pm, a long distance from town, with nothing to do, having had our hot spring bath already. The rooms are ok (if small), the spring bath typical for a hot spring area in Taiwan, but at these prices you expect a LOT more. Utterly, utterly dreadful and about as lazy an effort as it gets. If no stars was an option, that’s what would be awarded.…