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Reviewed 15 June 2008

Whilst on business in Tanian, decided on a quick visit to Taipei via the THSR (Taiwan High Speed Rail).

Firstly, the THSR was excellent with signage in english & chinese and everything was clearly identified. We decided to travel business class on the THSR as the cost difference at time of writing was AUD$14 p.p.

The difference between business and economy is that you have extra legroom and there are 4 seats to a row whereas economy has 5 seats, thus giving you extra seat width with plenty of room to stretch.

The service was smooth and the trip pleasant.

The THSR terminates at Taipei Main Station which allows you to walk to the hotel via the underground shopping mall as the hotel is onthe opposing side of the road. Very convenient and again signage was no problem even though the underground mall is quite large.

At the hotel, we had booked an Executive room after reading of the renovations underway in the hotel.

We were taken to the executive floor checkin and the checkin process was smooth and problem free. We were advised that we had been upgraded to a suite.

Our room had recently been renovated which included new carpet, wallpaper, king double bed & entertainment centre. The bathroom had not been renovated but in fairness, it didn't require it. The room has double glazing and road/rail noise is not an issue. The bed was a little firm but I would put this down to being new and little use to date.

It would have completed the picture if a little fresh paint had been used on the ceiling and the skirting boards and this detracted a little from the "renovation" but not unduly so.

As mentioned on the previous visitor's report, the 32" plasma needs to have the picture aspect adjusted as it gives a distorted image and there does not appear to be an opportunity for the guest to adjust.

The location of the Caesar Park is excellent as you can simply walk downstairs to either the MRT for intracity travel or the THSR if travelling in Taiwan or to the airport (although another connection is required from the station to the airport).

In summary, we enjoyed our stay at the Caesar Park but I would probably rate the hotel as a good 3.5 star hotel or a poor 4 star if you take into account the location, however I would stay there again if/when in Taipei.

Clearly, I think a lot depends on which room you receive as the renovations are presently underway but were not intrusive.

Stayed: June 2008
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Reviewed 9 May 2008

I was recommended to stay in this hotel during one of my trips to taipei.... so here's the review

GOOD PART:
Excellent Location... i believe you can't beat the convenient location of this hotel.. it's just across the road to the Taipei Central Train Station.

Room size was pretty generous!

the NOT SO GOOD PART:

This hotel used to be called the Hilton but i believe it is now sold to another owner.. It looks like they refurbished the hotel BUT do not be fooled.. they only renovated the Reception area! the hotel is still as old and is screaming to be upgraded!

the toilets were old and though there was a bath tub, i dared not use it!!

My room had a pretty big balcony but it was so filthy that i wouldn't even want to step out!

This hotel definately does not deserve a 5 star rating... 3 star at the very most!

  • Stayed: November 2007, travelled on business
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2  Thank babytay
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Reviewed 3 May 2008

I would stay at Caesar Park again simply for the customer service (impeccable), location, and included amenities (wireless internet and on-site gym).
I agree with other reviewers that the rooms are aging. In fact, I think they were in the middle of a renovation when we were there. However, they were very clean and included a small electric carafe to heat water for tea and a mini bar (with room in the fridge to store some personal items). The room is also stocked with 2 free bottles of water a day. Be sure to ask for a non-smoking room, the smoking floors stink.
Like everyone else said, the subway entrance is right next door and the train station is across the street. You can take a shuttle from the airport to the train station and walk to the hotel if you can carry or pull your own luggage. There are many places to shop and eat in close walking distance, including a grocery store on the basement floor of the department store nearby.

  • Stayed: April 2008, travelled with family
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Thank ivydturtle
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Reviewed 2 February 2008

Overall, the best feature of this hotel is its location next to the central train and subway station. It makes it easy to get around and there's never a shortage of taxis. The accomodations are very basic, but our room was clean. We were upgraded to the executive business floor after requesting a non-smoking room. The staff was also friendly when we had questions about the Internet in our room and arrangements to the airport. We had paid $100 US dollars, which was a good price considering the location.

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank chloe-tine
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Reviewed 15 January 2008

Initially booked through Asiarooms.com (had a number of problems with them, no rooms for particular hotels, mistakes with room rates, very slow, and very strange booking procedures...) best to avoid this website....

the stay.

Front desk staff * * * stars.
- ok but not extremely helpful.
- spoke english, japanese and chinese.

Room * * * stars (towards the low end of 3 stars)
THE GOOD.
- complimentary newspaper in the morning.
- 2 complimentary bottles of water each day.
- room size was good.
- bed was comfortable.
- location right above the main MRT subway station and right in front of the Taipei main station.
- cleaning staff were friendly.

THE BAD.
- said complimentary fruit, but NO fruit.
- furniture is very worn.
- TV in the bedroom was broken.
- tea and coffee very very average.
- kitchen setup jug... thats it.
- sink in the kitchen was very dirty and cracked.
- bathroom was very small, door only just cleared the toilet.
- lots of mould growing under the rim of the sink.
- shower and bath in one unit.
- very thin dooner on the bed.
- stains on the bath robes.
- wallpaper was coming off the walls/ brown gunk on the walls.

Overall fair, but nothing special at all about $130 AUD a night.
probably get better value from most other hotels in the city..

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank bertnewton
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