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Friends Hotel Yoxing Regency 友星大飯店

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7-11F., No.11, Sec. 1, Heping W. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
NT$2,240 ~ NT$2,700

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  • Legitimate Hotel



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Room Facilities

  • Tea/Water
  • TV
  • Refrigerator
  • Desk
  • Chair
  • Closet
  • Air
  • Bath tub
  • Sauna
  • Cable Network
  • Wifi

Disabled-accessible Facilities/Services

  • Sloped entrance ramp/exit ramp
  • Disabled-accessible guest room


Nearby MRT

G Songshan-Xindian Line Guting


TripAdvisor Reviews

3.5 75 Reviews Write a Review

Traveler rating

  1. 10 Terrible
  2. 5 Poor
  3. 28 Average
  4. 20 Very good
  5. 12 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 25 Families
  2. 9 Couples
  3. 16 Solo
  4. 14 Business
  5. 6 Friends
  • bellablue49

    Londres, Reino Unido

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Very Good Hotel for the Price


    We stayed at this hotel for 13 nights whilst in Taipei for a family wedding. Cons: Doesn't look that inviting from road. A bit shabby in places (but tasteful in others). Chinese breakfast not to our liking, (though adequate). Sofas in lobby hard and uncomfortable. Damp on walls in some rooms though not in ours. Roof on 9th floor leaking and carpet wet, One housekeeper seemed reluctant to clean room on some days (though we were late risers!). Pros: Lovely friendly, helpful, efficient staff on reception. One Free cab ride per day. Daily housekeeping. Supplied with bottled water every day. Couldn't hear noise from adjoining rooms at all. Excellent lifts. 'Fridge in room. Big,comfy bed. Very good shower. Laundry room free of charge. Very good position eg Right next to MRT. Very reasonably priced Great air-con in most areas. Recommended without question!
  • anontraveler a

    Raleigh, Carolina del Norte

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Older, budget hotel located in front of Guting MRT


    The Friends hotel is an older hotel in a very convenient location. I stayed here previously in 2014 for a week in a 3 person room (1 double bed, 1 single bed) with my parents. This year, I stayed with my husband over a two week period in a 2 person room (1 double bed). Because of the price, location, and breakfast, my parents do not stay anywhere else when they visit Taipei even though they think service and quality could be improved. The pros: (1) Budget-friendly price, around ~$50 USD/night (2) Excellent location: Guting MRT station is right outside the hotel, 7-Eleven and Watsons right across the street (3) Very good breakfast included: rice porridge and toast/bread rolls, eggs, ham, rotating dishes of vegetables and tofu. Complimentary afternoon tea (tea and packaged crackers) is also offered. (4) For longer stays (7? cannot recall), they offer complimentary pick-up/drop-off at any location within Taipei City limits, including the airport. The cons: (1) Not all the hotel rooms have been refurbished (reflected in the price of each room). Our window screen was stuck and unable to be closed, the walls had black spots (mold)? all over them, the furniture had seen better days. My brother's room had a water leak from the ceiling. My parents room had a clogged drain. Overall, the linens were clean. (2) Hit and miss service: for the most part, the front desk was courteous and helpful. During our previous stay, we tried to receive outside phone calls from our room phone but was unable to do so (the caller received a continuous busy signal even though the phone line was not in use). The person calling ended up calling the front desk and asking to be transfered. After this happened twice, the front desk became rude to the caller, even though they explained the situation was related to the room phone. (3) English-only speakers may find communicating with the front desk a little difficult. (4) The breakfast is good but the ladies cooking and attending the breakfast station can be a force to be reckoned with. A few unwritten rules I've gathered based on being yelled at the breakfast ladies and watching them yell at other guests :) (a) Eat your breakfast and do not linger. Afternoon tea is for having a leisurely meal and conversation. They will tell you to leave if they see you have finished your breakfast and are just sitting around the table and talking. (b) Do not talk too loudly! (that one may just be my family...) (c) Make sure the ladies see you putting your voucher into the basket on the counter. During the previous visit, I was accused of eating without a voucher. Saw another guest be accused of the same thing. Either introduce yourself to them as a guest of the hotel or make sure they see you holding a voucher every morning. Truthfully, they are not too scary. In comparison to my previous stay, the breakfast ladies seemed to have mellowed out a bit (I only saw them yell at some other guests once during my entire stay vs every morning during my previous stay). All in all, the Friends Hotel is a good choice on a budget. No frills but a clean, convenient place to stay.
  • cvu79

    Atlanta, Georgia

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Gotten even worse


    Stayed here again after a few years and the hotel seems to be in even worse shape. The room we had on the 10th floor was awful: mold on ceilings and bathrooms, hard mattresses, no a/c so they put a fan in the room, and the mini fridge was gross. I ended up not taking a shower that night and moved out the next day. Also didn't trust to put our water in the fridge. And no wifi! Definitely wouldn't recommend.
  • Calliopehk


    Traveler type:

    En solitario

    Clean, neat and cheap


    This hotel was very competitively priced and centrally located. It was clean and neat and the staff was friendly and helpful. It is right outside the metro station and walking distance to a lot places I needed to be. The breakfast was very "local" but included in the price. Wifi is only at the reception area not in the rooms.
  • wildehk

    Hong Kong Region, China

    Good Location but poor services.


    The staff is the main problem. They just can't feel the spaciousness of the room.... insist the more expensive room is more spacious, because the gross area is bigger. When you pay more expensive room, the natural expectation is you will have a better room than the less cost one. But it's not the case. You will a more noisier and less spacious room. Yet no WIFI service at all. The breakfast area is so small to accommodate such no of guests. The ratio is just not enough. The idea of free transport was good. But the idea of reservation is not fullfil. You are required to reserve in advance of 2 hrs ahead. This sounds reasonable. But the problem is guest would expect on time, because you have reserved 2 hours ahead of time. The only good thing about this is the location right next to Guting station.

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