- No.5, Shuangcheng St., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$2,400 ~ NT$2,800
- Legitimate Hotel
- Bath tub
- Hot spring
O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Zhongshan Elementary School
Singapore River, Singapur
Good Location and CleanHotel is located very near MRT station (approximately 5mins walk). Room is of decent size and very clean. However, due to centralized aircon system, there was sewage / urine smell at times. Luckily each time the smell came, it didn't last too long. Didn't bother to request for room change as we believe it'll be the same across all rooms. The room was cleaned every single day as we couldn't find the card for hanging at the door to skip housekeeping. Happy problem, no complain. Breakfast provided was very simple but acceptable for us given there's bread with butter & jam as well as porridge with simple dishes. However, 1 weird thing is where the power points are located, right behind a flower pot, which is GLUED to the table. Luckily we brought an extension cord else will be stuck with only 1 power point for all the gadgets. Overall an ok stay, except for the sewage smell which I may think twice before my next booking.
Average city hotelLocation : Good due to near metro station. Market, food stalls, restaurant around. Receptionist : Friendly & helpful. Especially the two man working night shift. Room : Family room for 4. Newly renovated. Small room with carpet. But room facilities all included, ex. Safety box, kettle, hair dryer... Toilet : Spacious, new & clean. Electronic biget, bath tub all good. Breakfast : Breakfast provided. Simple porridge & dishes. Breads, eggs, coffee, tea... Basic Remark : *Centralized air conditioning, causing room with smoke smell. (I have sinus problem so particular with the air.) *Hotel with tiny lift.
Good location, Hotel Recently Underwent Room RenovationThe location of this hotel is very good. Close to small night market and street food alley. It is also close to many small and medium sized restaurants and eateries. A few minute walk to the MRT station and bus stops. Room is okay at best. Recently renovated but oddly, the bathroom was not fully renovated. Only the room was refurbished. Breakfast was included in our room price. But sadly, their breakfast is not something to look forward to. Overall, its an okay hotel in a good location.
well-located, reasonably priced hotelConveniently located MRT stations and major bus routes and a hundred steps away from the Qing Guang night market, Good Life Hotel gives you quick access to most places in Taipei, plus practically easy access to reasonably priced, yet good street food. The rooms are spartan, with a hard bed that most Taiwanese prefer to sleep on, but are always kept tidy. Breakfast is simple but wifi access is sometimes unreliable. At US$60 per night for a room, it is a good bargain!
San Francisco, California
Good Location, Worn Down BuildingThis is a budget, no-frills hotel with just the basics. You get a nice-sized room, decently clean, but don't expect an alarm clock, full-length mirror, or any sort of view. On the upside: the room comes with a small fridge, free useable WIFI, and basic breakfast in a basement dining room (nothing great, but hey, there's eggs, and it's convenient). On the downside: the fixtures are pretty worn, carpeting is old, and the whole place is a bit dingy. If you are sensitive to smoke, beware: even though the rooms are supposed to be non-smoking, plenty of people seem to smoke here. Staff seemed alright -- no one was exceptionally friendly, but we found them to be helpful and accommodating -- the nicest was the breakfast lady. We asked for a double, but got two beds pushed together. We stayed in 201, which was near the kitchen exhaust. This meant that our room smelled like a greasy kitchen every morning at 6 a.m. The shower head in the bathroom had broken off the main fixture, so they decided to treat it as a handheld instead. Water pressure was great and hot water was ample. The main thing that's going for this place is its location, a brief walk from the Zhongshan Elementary School MRT station (Take Exit 1). It's also near a local street market (get the chicken rice in the evening!). And the rate was reasonable. It's fine if you're out all day and just want a place to sleep at night.
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