- No.7, Sec. 1, Hushan Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$2,310 ~ NT$3,190
- Legitimate Hotel
- Coat hanger
- Bath tub
- DVD Player
- Sloped entrance ramp/exit ramp
- Disabled-accessible parking space
- Disabled-accessible toilet
- Disabled-accessible bathroom
A little disappointingWe were in Yangmingshan to hike but it was too rainy so we looked for a hot spring. Actually we spent dinner with local people who advised us to go there because water is really pure so we went. We thought it would be a pool but actually it was just a little bath. My boyfriend is 1m90 tall so it was really difficult to stay the two of us in it. Plus, the bathroom was a little deteriorated and not really nice... To conclude, we thought it was expensive for the quality of it (1000NT $ / 3 hours).
古色古香，挺原始感的舊裝潢 Having an old-fashioned charmEasily can get to the Hotel, there is a bus stop across the Hotel. After get off MRT Jiantan, by bus. The Hotel is age, but the hot spring, food and staffs are nice. We had our dinner in hotel restaurant, price were acceptable. There is a Starbucks, 7-11 in front of the Hotel. Most important, because it is sulfur hot spring, the smelling is very strong from the hot spring. 從劍潭站就可以搭公車到國際大旅館，旅館對面就有便利商店，對面的公車也可以繼續搭到陽明山國家公園，很方便。 肚子餓就直接去飯店的餐廳用餐，價格可以接受，炒高麗菜好吃，順便吃了炒麵。 隔天早餐吃臺灣式地瓜稀飯配菜，很開胃，全部吃光。 因為是硫磺溫泉，所以味道很重。 設備古老，價格親民，衛生條件合格。
Sawston, Reino Unido
Old hotel with tiny tubInitially we planned to go to Xinbeitou for a wider range of hot spring hotels, but it was already late in the day when we finished walking around Yangmingshan. We found out about this hotel from the staff in Yangming Park visitor center. From two different sources, we were ascertained that the hot spring in Yangmingshan was purer than those found in Xinbeitou. We were not disappointed with the hot spring water, but the hotel was a bit under from our expectation. In that it's an old building with old furniture and motel-like decor. At least the service was great. But next time we might just try one of the hotels in Xinbeitou. We chose to rent a private room because we did not want to be separate in male/female public pool. The shortest room rent period was for 3 hours, costing some NT$1,000 for 2 people. This is very cheap compared to hotels in Xinbeitou. One of the reception staff could speak broken English. We were told to change our shoes with hotel sandals (there were disposable and non disposable ones), then a lady brought us to a room in level 2. She explained the safety procedures e.g. don't soak too long, don't soak above heart level, slowly descend into the tub, take off metal jewelries. The room was quite spacious, with queen bed, cupboard, TV cabinet, dining table and 4 chairs and properly separate bathroom with the tub. We're not the type that really bought into the said benefits of hot spring, so didn't really pay attention to the list of minerals and such information given. We just wanted to soak and relax after walking for a bit earlier in the day. The stone tub was tiny, so the two of us were like all arms and legs trying to fit inside. Hot spring water from the tap was too hot, probably like 60 C, so we mixed it with a lot of cold water from the other tap until it felt just bearable (probably a bit below 40 C). The water wasn't smelly at all. We soaked for about 10 mins each, 3 times, and watched TV / had dinner in between. We could feel that the water had different effects as compared to jacuzzi hot water. First, our skin quickly reddened where it touched the water, which doesn't happen with usual hot water with similar temperature. The redness disappeared after a few mins out of the water. Then, water didn't stick to our skin, like water wouldn't stick to lotus leaf (okay, maybe not to that extent). Anyhow, after soaking, we felt our muscles relaxing (even felt a bit sleepy) and our skin smoother. So it was a satisfying experience. We found a meal menu in the room and ordered fried rice for our dinner. It cost about NT$130 a plate and tasted so so. They provided a basket for room guests: three large towels, hair dryer and a complete pack of mini toiletries (a pair of shampoo, shower gel, toothbrush, shaver, shower cap). Another good thing about the hotel is that it's near the bus terminal, so we could easily find our bus back to Taipei.
Quite alright for a few hours stay or one nightWe wanted to try the natural hotsprings at Yangmingshan, so we went here. We had choices of using the public fountains or going private, so we thought of getting a room and enjoying hotsprings in the privacy of our own room. Also, due to hygiene reasons. The staff brought us to the small, simple room with some cabinet, TV, a small coffee table and bed. In the cramped bathroom was a deep tub for the hotsprings. She explained patiently to us the procedure to do this correctly - not to soak for more than 5 or 10 minutes each interval, and also not to soak the chest level So we cleaned and filled the tub, enjoying the natural hot springs which we were told had little or no sulfur unlike the manmade ones. Service was not bad, and rates were reasonable. We suggest staying here for the mountain views, natural surroundings and hotsprings but not to expect too much. For more detailed information and photos, please visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/tantalizing-taiwan-taipei-tour.html
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