- No.9, Sec. 1, Minquan E. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$3,050 ~ NT$4,550
- Sloped entrance ramp/exit ramp
O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Zhongshan Elementary School
Boynton Beach, Florida
Home Base in TaipeiI’m partial to Japanese accommodations and their amenities, so when I found out that the Japan-based Sunroute hotel chain had a location in Taipei, I decided to give it a try. I’m glad I did. This hotel ticks all of the boxes commensurate with a typical Japanese business hotel - comfortable bed, writing desk, ample storage, flat panel television, fridge, free toiletries (replenished daily), hot water kettle with tea included and the all-in-one Toto brand bathroom which includes the most civilized Washlet toilet. This 10-story hotel is located on a major thoroughfare, yet external noise is barely audible. All modes of transportation are within steps from the hotel - buses, trains/MRT and taxis. There is an attached Japanese restaurant as well as a small cafe in the lobby. Within steps of the hotel are countless cafes, restaurants and the ubiquitous convenience stores. The staff is exceptionally courteous and professional. The housekeeping staff does an excellent job maintaining and cleaning paying close attention to detail. I’ve been here for a week now and virtually every staff member knows me and treats me like a well respected guest. I’m happy to call Hotel Sunroute Taipei my home while in the city. Upon forthcoming visits I will not hesitate to stay here again.
Prefectura de Kanagawa , Japón
Clean and great serviceThe room was very clean and staff were very helpful. The Taipei branch holds up the standard of a Japanese chain, including multilingual concierge staff was were able to both assist me in English and my partner in Japanese. It is also a good location, centrally located and close to MRT and bus stops. My only complaint is that the restaurant customers were very noisy in the evening, we could hear from the lobby but fortunately not in the rooms. 英語と日本語を話せました。おもてなしはいいでした。楽しいかった。
Hong Kong, China
Clean, convenient and affordableVery standard Japanese style business hotel. The rooms and facilities in the rooms are exactly the same as those in Japan. Even the size are the same (i.e. small). But the price is very affordable and the location of the hotel is quite convenient. Just several minutes of walk from metro station. The breakfast in the hotel is quite expensive if your room rate does not already include it. There is a Starbucks just 30 seconds of walk from the hotel entrance. I had my breakfast there. You basically get what you paid for.
Henley-on-Thames, Reino Unido
Very Japanese business classThe location of this hotel is good for the business district, shops, a bit of a bar scene, near two metro's. That said, there are hotels scattered all over Taipei so pick your hotel that's nearest to want you want to do, otherwise it's a pain getting taxi's and using the metro. This place is a hotel catering to a predominantly Japanese clientelle. The rooms are small, dreary and dated, as is the rest of the hotel. It contains a Japanese restaurant which I never ate at and a lobby area busy with Japanese business men having meetings. The reception staff are polite and curteous, although very few of them spoke English. The cost of the rooms can fluctuate quite a lot and you can get some good deals. That's why I stayed and probably the only reason why you should.
Manchester, Reino Unido
Good base for short Taipei stop-overThis is the Taiwan outpost of a large Japanese tourist/business hotel chain catering mainly for Japanese visitors. Fixtures and fittings were typically Japanese (including the usual capsule bathroom). Twin room size was adequate, with two comfortable queen beds, but not generous. English spoken at the Reception was adequate. The room was comfortable and quiet. We had no problems staying here. Location near a Metro station is convenient. There is a good Japanese restaurant in the basement. No other European guests noticed during our stay. No problem recommending this as a tourist short stay stop. Advertised as free wifi only in the lobby, we did pick up a wifi signal in the room.
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