See why so many travellers make Dongmen Hotel their motel of choice when visiting Zhongzheng District. 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.
While staying at Dongmen Hotel, visitors can check out Kishu An Forest of Literature (0.4 mi) and Freedom Square Taipei (0.6 mi), some of Zhongzheng District's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Dongmen Hotel offer air conditioning and a refrigerator.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Dazzler's Fish & Chips. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Indian restaurant such as NakedFood, Sagar Art & Indian Restaurant, or 35 Curry House.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall (0.4 mi), National Taiwan University (0.7 mi), and The Botanical Garden (1.1 mi), which are some popular Zhongzheng District attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the motel.
At Dongmen Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Zhongzheng District.
This isn't really a hotel, I think its more of a motel. It's best for people with no luggages as it has no lift. While its near MRT, market and 7 eleven. That's the only plus. Our driver said for the price, it might be best to stay at the ximending area instead. Room was tight for 3 person room.
Don’t be put off by the first impressions upon arrival. Entry is a little door next to the 7 eleven which is a little difficult to find but shouldn’t take too long. Rooms are very basic, but are clean. Location is great as right next to entry for subway. Staff helpful - English is limited, however so remember your basic mandarin and you’ll be fine 😊 Recommended for a budget stay in Taipei.
This hotel has been on my top list whenever I visits Taipei. Cleaniless, comfortable and convenient. These neighbourhood area is awesome too, there's cafe, traditional Market, shopping areas and restaurants.
This hotel became our home away from home while in Taipei. We stayed 6 nights when we first arrived & 3 nights before we departed the country. There are so many PROS: Location - literally 1 minute walk from Dongmen MRT station exit 1 or 2. It's off the Red line. The bus stop on Xinyl St is also just a few minutes walk away. You can get to all the major attractions from here by transit. Lovely Daan Park is 15 minute walk. CK Memorial is 10 min walk. Morning Market: Everyday, a morning market outside the hotel where you can get great local food, fruits, and other local products. 7-1ll: Conveniently located nextdoor. Yongkang St: You can walk 10 minutes to the famous street for amazing food and shopping, plus the original Din Tai Fung restaurant. Laundry: Upstairs, in the community room, there's reasonably priced washing and drying machines. Strong Wi-Fi: Reliable, fast. Friendly, English speaking staff: They answered all questions and received important mail for me. We left luggage while traveling too. We interactive with at least 4 diff staff and they were all helpful. When we returned to stay after touring the rest of Taiwan, they even put our stored luggage in our room for us. Wow, great customer service! Room & hotel facilities: Everything you need - hot shower, comfy mattress, TV with plenty of English speaking channels like CNN, HBO, Fox Movies, etc. There's filtered cold and hot water in hallway to refill bottles. Plenty of space to spread out luggage and personal items. CONS: There's no lift/elevator, but we were happy to stay on the third floor. You go up one flight of stairs to get to the reception, which is on the second floor. The third floor is right above the reception so we recommend this level to minimize stair climbing. Dongmen Hotel is excellent value for a budget traveler looking for many amenities you'd find in a more expensive hotel. When I return to Taipei, I will 100% return to this hotel.…
The room was just right for a family of 5 (all adults). A little bit of a bummer that they didn't have elevator (and we had huge luggages since we stayed for a week). Their common area - dining/living room/ laundry/"tambay" room (which is located in the top floor), has a very industrial feel to it and we loved it. But the location is very near the train station. And unlike the typical tourist hotels (usually in Shilin), this was relatively a more quiet neighborhood at night, which was great for us since we needed the peace and quiet at night. It helped a great deal that the front desk clerk understands english. We had clean sheets and towels everyday. They don't have breakfast so it helped a great deal that there's a 7eleven just beside the hotel (and we ate a legit RAMEN in a 7eleven!). About 2 blocks from the hotel is a little street that also has good food and some shops you can fancy for a little (less hassle) night walk.…
This hotel has a friendly atmosphere and though the basic rooms are small, they are clean and well-serviced. The air conditioner worked well and happily there were some English stations on the telly. Rooms have quaint paintings on the walls (we had cats). Bathroom was small but clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. The neighbourhood provides eating establishments for virtually every budget.
The hotel is located in Dongmen area, right in the market, which is pretty cool if you like to explore local urban areas. Close to the subway and sharing bike station and many restaurants, some of which are extremely popular among tourists. Like other reviews have mentioned, there's no elevator and the stairs are pretty steep. So put that in count if you have a big luggage. The room was pretty clean, all good. In the family room the sink isn't in the toilet but right there in the room. Free wifi.
If you are intended to spend just a couple of days in Taipei, this hostel is a god choice. Attendants speak good English. If you have a heavy luggage request for a first floor room as there's no elevator and the stairs are kinda difficult to climb with it, also the mattress was a little bit thin so you can fell the bed itself. The good part is that is pretty close to the exit of gate 1 from dongmen station (train). Also is just 3 or 4 stations away from 101 tower
Dongmen Hotel was a great, on-a-budget hotel to stay in Taipei. The front desk was very attentive, especially when we encountered a few issues that was not related to the hotel. It is walking distance to YongKang street, which is known for Din Tai Fung, shaved ice, and etc. I would defintely return to Dongmen Hotel the next time I'm in Taipei!
This hotel is a good option for someone on a budget in Taipei, who's looking for something a little nicer or with more privacy and space than a capsule hotel or hostel. First off, Taipei is very expensive for accommodation, so this place represents pretty good value for money. The location is excellent, but not in a neighbourhood most tourists will typically focus on, hence the slightly lower prices you'll pay here than for comparable hotels in the more touristy areas. There's an MRT station pretty much right outside the hotel, so it's really easy to get anywhere in the city, and you can walk to several nice attractions and restaurant areas: if you go to the main street and turn left, you'll pass the entrance to the MRT then several small restaurants and bakeries. On the other side of this main street, about a block along, you'll find a couple of streets filled with restaurants and small places to get food (like Yongkang Street). If you follow Yongkang Street south, it will take you right to Shida night market (15-20 minute walk), which is a great place to explore and eat. You'll also within easy walk of Daan Park, for a little greenery. The hotel is as described by the other guests - a steep staircase leads up to reception (with a buzzer to call staff to come and help with your bags, if needed). The staircase was fine for me (and my knees aren't in amazing shape, but I managed fine) but would make this hotel unsuitable for those with really bad knees, and might be challenging for those travelling with small children. There are rooms behind reception and on a couple of higher floors. The rooms vary a lot, both in decoration and in size (so if you arrive without a reservation, ask to see a couple before you make up your mind). Those higher up will be a bit quieter, but you'll need to manage more stairs. The amenities are excellent (tea and coffee in rooms, hot and cold water dispenser in the hallway, toiletries, flatscreen TV with plenty of English-language channels, comfy beds, A/C) and staff were friendly and helpful when I arrived. Some rooms at the back of the hotel look towards a main road, but the traffic noise wasn't bad when I was there. Overall, I was happy with my stay here.…