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Wonstar Hotel(ZhongHua) 萬事達旅店(中華店)

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1-9F., No.82, Sec. 1, Zhonghua Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
NT$2,800 ~ NT$3,800

Registration Certificate

  • Legitimate Hotel



MFT=Muslim-Friendly Tourism

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Room Facilities

  • Tea/Water
  • TV
  • Stereo system
  • Refrigerator
  • Desk
  • Chair
  • Closet
  • Telephone
  • Air
  • Bath tub
  • Sauna
  • Hot spring
  • Wii
  • Cable Network
  • Wifi

Opening Hours

Sunday: open 24 hours
Monday: open 24 hours
Tuesday: open 24 hours
Wednesday: open 24 hours
Thursday: open 24 hours
Friday: open 24 hours
Saturday: open 24 hours


Nearby MRT

G Songshan-Xindian Line Ximen


TripAdvisor Reviews

3.5 120 Reviews Write a Review

Traveler rating

  1. 14 Terrible
  2. 8 Poor
  3. 24 Average
  4. 46 Very good
  5. 28 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 21 Families
  2. 34 Couples
  3. 19 Solo
  4. 11 Business
  5. 24 Friends
  • bevashly

    Singapur, Singapur

    Good hotel


    Located along the main road slightly off ximending so it’s not so crowded with people. The hotel is about 4 min away from the main shopping area so it’s really convenient. The rooms are clean and fairly big, so it was comfortable. Surprisingly, the shower was good with warm water. Breakfast was buffet style which was adequate but nothing fantastic to be honest. Overall a good hotel and I would stay there again on my next trip.
  • Shappiness


    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Love this hotel!


    Location wise, this hotel is perfect for me. Just a few steps from Ximending and Ximen mrt station. Aesthetically pleasing as well. I like the clean and modern look of the hotel. Breakfast is good enough compared to other 3-star hotels. Also the staff are friendly. The only drawback during our stay was we didn't have wifi connection in our room. But since I rented a pocket wifi, it didn't bother me that much. I will still stay at this hotel if I visit Taipei again.
  • etheresas1105

    Quezon City, Filipinas

    Traveler type:

    En solitario

    Great location


    Stayed in chic room for 3 nights. Hotel is 5-10 mins walk from ximen station exit 6. The room that i booked has breakfast on it. It is a chic room. 7-10am is their breakfast. There's a 711 across the hotel. Beside is 24 hrs Mos burger. It is 2-3 mins walk to ximending area. The room is small but comfortable. There's a bidet and heated toilet seat. The down side only are there's no glass door in the room shower and there's no lotion. There's dispenser for shampoo and shower gel. They replenish the toiletries everyday including coffee, teas and water. The food in their breakfast is so-so. But overall, ill book it again because of the location and comfortable bed.
  • alyssacuomo


    Traveler type:

    En solitario

    Friendly staff, great service


    The Wonstar hotel in Taipei was fantastic. I was on a pilgrimage to visit several POW camps where my grandfather was interned during WW2, and POW camp Shirakawa, where he died. The front desk had several people who spoke English, if not perfectly, and never hesitated to call on a coworker or manager who spoke (mostly) fluent English. They made sure to greet me each AM when I went downstairs to the lobby, as well as when I came back to the hotel in the evening. The room was relatively large, with very good lighting except in the bathroom which could have been better lighted. The bed was quite comfortable, and all the lights could be turned on (and off) by conveniently located switches on each side of the bed. The room had a very nice flat screen TV, but most of the programs were in Chinese (official language) but they did have several sports channels as well as BBC news. There were several other channels in English as well, but honestly, I did not have time to watch TV. There was a mini-fridge which contained 2 free sports drinks, 2 bottles of water, 2 packages each of coffee and tea, as well as snacks. These were free, and replenished daily. All were free of charge. The bathroom was also pretty large, lots of counter space, a single sink, the standard free toiletries replenished daily, and a 2 feet deep bathtub, along with one of the most modern shower setups I have ever seen. Seriously. I want one in my house. The toilet had a bidet, which was very niice with a heated toilet seat and heated water in the bidet. The hotel also boasts a free breakfast...both full "American Style", as well as Asian "breakfast foods". The breakfast lady was quite nice, and one day when she realized that I was trying to make a to-go breakfast, (unusual there), finding me a plastic bag to carry my egg sandwich, and a to-go cup (also unusual, and hidden from sight). I like my toast dark, which caused quite a consternation as apparently everyone else likes their bread just slightly warm and even less crunchy. The entire hotel staff got in on the deal, each trying to convince my that my dark toast was "bad", and they would make up for the defective bread. It took me at least 10 minutes to convince them that I always have my toast toasted, and it was not a problem, I would love my sandwich. That being said, they all felt that they had not "lost face" by allowing a "defective product" to be consumed. Breakfast was served from 6:00 AM until 10:00 AM daily, and then from 10 AM until 10 PM the room was open for light snacks, coffee, cappuccino, espresso, and lattes, all gratis. The hotel is a 10 minute straight shot to the MRT (subway) entrance # 6 as well as the # 3. It is also located in a very upscale area of Taipei It almost looks like Time Square in NYC. It also has the pedestrian streets coming alive/ really hopping after 8 PM Whenever a problem seemed to occur, such as my return flight on China Air and Delta not finding my reservation, the front desk staff tried to help, and if they couldn't, they called the manager. They also wrote addresses in Mandarin Chinese on a paper for me, so that someone on the street could help me find a certain location I was seeking. I am also a vegetarian, and eat only certain vegetarian foods, so the staff also wrote the word for vegetarian as well as the foods I could eat on a paper to show the restaurant or food vendor. OBTW: wake-up calls were a breeze to request, and on time to boot.
  • lforlav

    Singapur, Singapur

    Traveler type:

    En solitario

    Returned customer with 10 months but realised the hotel service dropped from excellent to poor


    Returned customer, but this time only to grade 2 Stars, not only because the breakfast choice was definitely pathetic (pls refer to pic), orange juice and coffee are tasteless and diluted! Given a level 2 room facing bus stop and red light which everyone on the street can see your room if you don let cover with curtain! Hotel room bathroom was so small! No soap dish to place soap as well! Not advised for family with kids and elderly!! TV volume was really sucks, softer than my own tablet, not much choice of channels, no English or Chinese movie channel but foreign language channels!! Both side bed lamps are full with dust by the way, they should remember to clean it.. A recommended hotel for the location only about 10 mins walk from Ximen MRT station.. If were to comment about staff out of 5 stars, I will only give 2 stars as not they smiled as much as previous anymore which now I got to reconsider to go elsewhere when next trip to TW..

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