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Stayed for only 2 nights and found room to be comfortable and clean. With the exception of very poor internet/Wi-Fi service in our room, we were very pleased. The hotel was conveniently located to night market and subway system as well.
We stayed in a twin room which had a desk, safe, fridge and of course a bathroom. The bed was hard but I didn't mind it. The breakfast was great, western and Asian foods to choose from. Our room had tea and coffee along with...More
Hotel and room are spacious, clean and comfortable to stay.
Location of this hotel is convenience access to shopping area of Ximending (西门町) and Ximen MRT station.
Breakfast buffet was decent and provided in local fare. Hotel will even pack you a boxed breakfast if...More
The hotel is located next to the junction of the road, very near to Ximen station. From here, you can take the train to all parts of Taipei. The Taipei main station is also a convenient 10-15 min walk away. I was there for 4...More
This hotel is located in the heart of the city, next to Ximen Ding night market. The ximen MRT exit is 5 mins walk away.
Can't ask for a better location.
As for the room it's modern and clean. With breakfast provided. Only point to...More
US$ 98 - US$ 169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am planning to stay here next week. Is this truly a 4 star hotel or a budget 2 star hotel in disguise? What is the official certification or is there even a certification?
Does the rooms reek of cigarette and mould?
If i were to book this for a client, would i look like a cheapskate/frugal SOB?
19 April 2017|
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The hotel was fine although we were with a group and 2 people got sick after eating the breakfast buffet there is what I would be most concerned about. I believe it is a government run hotel. The rooms were clean. Staff were... More
The hotel was fine although we were with a group and 2 people got sick after eating the breakfast buffet there is what I would be most concerned about. I believe it is a government run hotel. The rooms were clean. Staff were pleasant.