- No.2, Lane 90, Sec. 1, Roosevelt Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$5,400 ±
- Legitimate Hotel
- Bath tub
R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
East Providence, Rhode Island
Good Enough for a Few NightsStayed here for 4 nights. It’s a bit hard to find. The staff seemed a bit stiff when I checked in, but they didn’t seem to bother much. Check-out is rather quick and smooth. The room was pretty decent for what I had paid. Bathroom was decent too. The TV channels were OK, but you don’t get all the channels listed on their guide, so beware. The room’s lock is a bit weird, so take note. When I booked my stay, I saw a few reviews that said it was an hour hotel. Didn’t really notice until I saw a lady taking a rest after a run. The whole hour-hotel didn’t really bother me. Like come on, it’s 2017 and people are still stigmatising casual sex. *rolls eyes* Even then, I don’t think you’ll hear anything through the walls. I can’t say much about their breakfast since I didn’t have it included in my stay, but from what I smelled, it seemed mediocre or average at best. There was a downstairs that I believe leads you to the laundry room, but I never went. The only major downside to my stay was the lack of working WiFi. Like my phone couldn’t connect and even if it did, there wasn’t any internet. Since I had a local phone card, I didn’t really bother to call reception about it. Bring an Ethernet cord if you can. The last thing I’ll mention is the weird way they change the sheets. Normally you throw the card on your bed to let the maids know you’re changing sheets. This one, you keep the sign off to let them know. Strange, right?
Hong Kong, China
No internet, dirty and old, not value for moneyStay here for holiday with my daughter. Although it states internet is available but we can barely access internet thru the hotel wifi. We brought the unlimited internet card in the airport. We were then use the card for the whole stay. Even it states the hotel was renovated few years ago, the hotel is dark, the carpet are full of stinks. I would not recommend to stay in this hotel if there are other choices around the area.
Bad attitudesWe are a party of 6,got 3 rooms,stayed at Saual Keh hotel for 4 nights and we all agree on these: We have to be fair,the hotel is not bad over all,it is within our expectations(hardware wise),but the counter staffs got irritated so easily as soon we started to ask them for anything! I understand that english is not their forte but is not the reason to express their anger toward non mandarin speaking customers. They shouldn't be in the service business,if you don't like to interact with human beings,go work in warehouse or something! No matter how good the place/price is if the personnel is insulting they customers is not acceptable period.I hope the management could really take that seriously 'cause is bad for business
San Francisco, California
Great Family HotelStayed here for 4 nights good value and good location. Close to metro and plenty of things around. The service personnel was great and helpful. Two stops from Taipei main station and easy enough to get around. Would definitely stay again.
Nice hot-tub, but beware it's also an "hour hotel"Stayed in the "Superior Deluxe Room". The room had a very large & nice hot-tub with lights etc. (add shower gel & shampoo to get the best bubble bath of your life!) Location is quite ok, near the CKS memorial hall and the CKS metro station. The hotel is also an "hour hotel" and the noise insulation in the rooms is awful. So you can hear the locals doing it next door.. not nice. Bringing a blacklight to this hotel might be interesting... but you probably won't want to stay there after that. The "breakfast buffet" was the worst I've ever seen. Don't eat there if you don't want to stay healthy.
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