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Taipei Marriott Hotel 台北萬豪酒店

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No. 199 Lequn 2nd Road (intersection with Jinye 4th Road), Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Ideally located in the heart of Dazhi District along Keelung River, Taipei Marriott is an urban city resort. For business travelers, we are conveniently access to Neihu Technology Park, Nangang Software Park and Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall. For leisure travelers, we are your nearest option to the National Palace Museum and National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine. The hotel is within minutes walk to JianNan MRT station and only two stops away from SongShan Airport.

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  1. 23 Terrible
  2. 11 Poor
  3. 47 Average
  4. 177 Very good
  5. 460 Excellent

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  1. 190 Families
  2. 102 Couples
  3. 34 Solo
  4. 277 Business
  5. 68 Friends
  • roprey

    Arlington, Virginia

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    So great


    Hard to figure out where to start this review. Ultimately a great property top to bottom. Bianca was especially helpful at the reception. Always smiling and furnished an upgrade after my first few nights. Great gym and pool on the roof. Was with family, and the lounge was super sweet.... finding the right utensils/high-chair, straws, and so on. Lucy, Tiffany and Bionce are (I missed a few names) wonderful. I hope to see their smile soon. The Lounge food is excellent btw.
  • MHMoo


    Traveler type:

    De negocios

    Professional service and spacious room


    My first stay at the Taipei Marriott and I wasn’t disappointed. Got a room facing the water with Taipei 101 in the background. The room I had on level 33 was a spacious one with big bathroom and separate toilet and shower facilities. There’s also a bathtub and single sink. Amenities included Thann toiletries placed on the sink table which are a nice touch although the dispenser in the shower was a single gel which was labeled for hair, face and body! Every day, the hotel provided 4 complimentary bottles of water which were very welcome. Breakfast in the mornings in Garden Kitchen yielded a wide range of breakfast items from western to Asian and local offerings. Service was slightly patchy the mornings I was there primarily because it was peak and the restaurant was full. For those who book without the breakfast, there’s a Starbucks just 3 mins walk away. Concierge was also really helpful the first night I arrived and wanted to eat Japanese. They furnished a map and gave me detailed directions. Went to Mitsui Cuisine - a 15-min pleasant walk away. Food was amazing and reasonable. There’s also a large Carrefour and a Jason’s supermarket within a 5-10mins walk away in malls that house department stores and small restaurants. Very convenient.
  • alfie276

    Traveler type:

    De negocios

    Highly recommended


    The room is exceptionally clean and spacious. Staff are very helpful. The health club and gyms are supbra. The outdoor swimming pool with a magnificent view. There is supermarket and restaurants within 5 minutes walking distance.
  • Timtan56

    Singapur, Singapur

    Traveler type:

    De negocios

    Great Hospitality


    Visited Taipei in late October. The weather at this time was great. Cool and refreshing some shower tho. Marriot staff from reception, concierge, doormen to housekeeping were friendly and helpful. Treated each guest truly like guests. Well done!
  • Tony P

    Melbourne, Australia

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    Downtown luxury in Taipei City


    We stayed 5 nights at the Taipei Marriott Hotel in September 2019. Our first trip to Taiwan, we didn’t really know what to expect. Located to the north of the city's main action in Zhongshan District, it’s about 60 minutes from the International Airport and 30 minutes by taxi to the hustle of Taipei City. The hotel opened nearly 4 years ago but the building and its surrounds still appear new, gradually being accommodated by high-end restaurants, cafes and bars — it felt a little like Canberra on a Sunday. Despite being quite busy — we were there for a conference — we were upgraded and located on the Executive floors overlooking the Keelung River and Songshan Airport. Rooms are spacious and spotless with a luxurious feel — grand bed, quality linen and opulent bathroom with robes, slippers, etc. — much like Okura hotels we’ve stayed in. The room was only let down by a low-end entertainment centre: a wall-mounted LED with a meagre (even stingy) cable package — smattering of SD news channels (mostly Asian/local) and old Fox movies. Despite advertising a Miracast option, this was not available in our room. So, make sure you bring your own entertainment. Breakfast was a disappointment – probably due in part to the conference, which meant queues and little choice of seating. Away from windows, the breakfast room was a bit dark and unwelcoming. Coffee and tea came cold and plates not cleared very quickly — not much like Okura hotels we’ve stayed in. Food was good, however, with a large selection of Asian and Western dishes. Staff were all warm, attentive and professional.

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