- No.18, Ln. 77, Sec. 2, Zhongshan N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$1,800 ~ NT$2,400
- Legitimate Hotel
- Stereo system
- Bath tub
R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Shuanglian
Easy and accessible with 2 station to Taipei main station.4 days Business trip on Jan 2015, Been given a room in 5th floor. 1st room was clean but room full of smoke smell, request to change room after the 2nd night as room was not available. 2nd room was good and have a clean smell. Location of the hotel was accessible and walking distance to MRT (Shuanglian). Services are good and helpful. Remember you can ask for pickup from Taoyuan Airport to hotel with a fee. (I forgotten to ask in the first place) but I took the ferry pickup from hotel to aiport with a fee of NT1500 for 5 person with many luggages. Please do not drink the water from the taps itself.
Nueva York, Estado de Nueva York
Love the hotelMy family stayed there for 3 nights and we got there way too early. The staffs were very nice and tried to help us to get a room, so we can refresh ourselves. The room was clean (even the bed sheets and pillow sheets were changed) and neat. The bathroom was clean too with Japanese toilet. The breakfast was good too. If you want a clean hotel, this is the one for you. I will go back again....
Quezon City, Filipinas
value for moneyFor pictures, visit: http://mrsmartinezravesandrants.blogspot.com/2011/01/green-peak-hotel.html After booking our plane tickets to Taiwan via Philippine Airlines, I didn't think that booking a hotel was going to be a hard after all we have been to Taipei numerous times and we know a lot hotels that offer local rates. But I can't seem to find a hotel available on the said dates. It's either the hotels were fully booked or one or more dates were not available. We booked a little late, ok, really late as in December 21 haha It was an impulsive decision of DH to book the flight, a much needed vacation if you ask me. He knew how I love Taipei and a trip to that country would really make me happy. He said it was his gift because I have been a good girl haha He miss the food too! And so, after suffering nose bleed from speaking too much Mandarin, I got through with Hotel Green Peak. I spoke with Karen and she booked us right away. She didn't ask for a deposit, just got my flight detail and told me to call her if I will change or cancel my booking. I only called her once and that's it. When we got to the hotel at around 11am, I told the receptionist my name, not even my surname because Karen had difficulty spelling MARTINEZ during our conversation over the phone hehe The receptionist told me that check in time would be at 1pm and we could leave our bags at the reception area. I wasn't able to meet Karen though because I didn't bother to ask where she was haha We had lunch at Chin May Taiwan Buffet. It is a "pientang" or taiwan box lunch. Chin May has since transfered to another location but we still visit it every time we go back. The hotel room is about half the size of my bedroom but it is clean. Basic necessities are provided. Bed is queen sized with two pillows. I requested for a third. A vanity which doubles as a writing desk/ computer table is on the opposite side of the bed. A LAN cord is provided upon request. The DSL is so fast! I just wish I bought my MacBook instead of my HP where all my pictures were stored. 2 sachets of Mr. Brown coffee, 2 sachets of local tea, a bottle of water and an electric kettle are on top of the table and are also replenished each day. A personal ref is hidden inside a wooden cabinet below the TV. There is a cabinet for clothes with wooden hangers. The hair dryer is hidden inside the cabinet. A box of Kleenex next to the bed was provided. 2 sets of slippers can be found just below the night stand. Toilet is clean and tidy every time we went back to our hotel room. Toiletries like shampoo, soap, comb, shave and shaving cream, shower cap and 2 tooth brushes with toothpastes are arranged neatly over the sink. 2 bath towels and 2 hand towels were also provided. And a shower mat too! The building is situated beside a karaoke/bar. I had a hard time sleeping during the first night. That plus the noise coming from the snore of DH equals dark circles around my eyes hehe And our room 203 is just next to the staircase landing and the elevator so I could hear people going up and down the stairs and coming in and out of the elevator. Good thing during following days, I was so tired that the noise doesn't bother me at all. I fell asleep for all I care. The hotel is about two blocks away from the nearest MRT station, Shuanglian. Shuanglian station on the red line is 2 stops to Taipei Main Station (NTD20). Travelers staying there are mostly Japanese. DH and I were mistaken to be Japanese too lol Mackay Memorial Hospital, Watsons and 7 Eleven are within walking distance. The next time I book this hotel, it will be on the upper floors. It is inexpensive at NTD1800 a night. The area is safe with CCTV cameras almost everywhere. Actually, Taipei is pretty safe at night. Every corner and even inside MTR or Metro as they call it has a camera in plain sight. That's why I love Taipei! xoxo MrsM
Seúl, Corea del Sur
great timeThe staff were all very accomodating and kind.They helped me with directions and with getting taxis etc. The food in the dining room was good-a choice of a western,chinese or japanese breakfast-i tried all 3 and was happy with each. My room was comfy-very clean,quiet and perfct bed for sleeping(not too hard,big and with luxurious duvet cover!) I will definately stay here again and reccomend it highly.It is very well situated for walking to art galleries,the subway,museums,shopping and restaurants. Great!!
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