- 5-10F., No.168, Jingye 4th Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$11,550 ~ NT$23,100
BR Wenhu Line Jiannan Rd.
Hong Kong, China
No e friendly staff and good serviceWe appreciate the good friendly service of staff. They offered to help is call taxi without us asking. The hotel food restaurant La Fiesta on the 2nd floor is good for dinner and appreciate the proactiveness of the staff there. The room is very comfortable amd it is great I can plug my computer to the hotel tv monitor to work, using a hdmi cable. There was not much selection of room servic food menu and I did find the wifi service connection to be a bit intermittent sometimes but otherwise everything else was very good.
San José, California
Lovely hotel, well-locatedI'm a regular at this hotel and they never disappoint. Lovely rooms, helpful staff, and a great location near public transit, shopping, and high-tech businesses. I highly recommend this hotel for your next trip, business or pleasure.
Lovely Comfortable stay with touch of luxeChose the place due to proximity to my conference meeting at Zhongshan district. Was pleasantly surprised at the immaculately clean room which was pretty large, well appointed bath and shower and separate WC. Every Bathroom accessory you could possibly need is replenished daily. Hairdryer. And L’Occitane shower gel and shampoo was great to use. The autotoilet seat with heating was very practical. Complimentary water, tea, coffee and Doritos nacho chips (!) and daily fruit basket was very welcomed.😀 the daily breakfast was very good too. Miramar mall next door has some shopping and restaurants. If you’re looking to visit the Shilin Night market, the free shuttle pickup point is just there at Miramar mall. If you wish to go into the heart of Taipei city just take the metro into town in about 20 mins ~ The nearest metro station (Jiannan Road station) is a 5 min walk away from the hotel. Would highly recommend staying here again if your business is nearby in the area.
ConvenientThere is no need to go into frantic prayers thinking your room is haunted when the toilet lid opens by itself to welcome you. Also, it closes by itself and sometimes makes strange noises in the night. I arrived at 1 am and was frightened pale when that happened. Just have to get used to automatic toilet. I like the electrically warmed seat it had, and I was expecting it to do more. Well, disappointingly it was not capable of turning into an outdoor Italian fountain. This is a business district. So, I guess the reason I was put here by my host was that this is the nearest good known hotel near my office. The lobby is very spacious, entirely marble white and welcoming. The room I had was equally grand and tinted in white and blue theme. It was towards the luxurious trendy side, carpeted with marble table tops and a see-through bathroom. Sturdy desk by the window in my room, a variety of electrical sockets built into the desktop was such a convenience. All was good until I needed do some video conferences. Now the Internet here was really bad. I missed most of my nightly conference because of this. Bed provided decent sleep quality, but I wished the linens were softer and it would have been perfect. It still had that not-run-in feel which was slightly rough on the skin. The breakfast was not a disappointment. Enough spread for a fitting morning meal. Every dish was right and in line with what you expect in a good hotel. The staff were all courteous and attentive. There are 2 restaurants and a reputable steakhouse in the hotel. If hotel food is not your main dietary, diagonally opposite is a mall with a Ferris wheel on top. Below you will find a food court. On the upper levels, you will find mall type restaurants. A block away, there is another food court below Carrefour. This means if you want the real deal local delicacies on the streets, you won’t find any. Nether is there any night markets in the immediate vicinity. No Taiwan experience here you will find as such. I saw that most people here were on business during breakfast. And only a handful were far away foreigners like me. Most were speaking mandarin, means either they are locals from other cities, or from the near neighboring countries. That said, for a business trip this is a decent hotel to stay in. But if you rely heavily on the Internet, would be wise to give a consideration before staying.
A good choice for business travellers and holiday-makersI stayed at Grand Victoria during a recent work trip and I would definitely recommend it to business travellers as well as holiday-makers. The hotel lobby felt light and airy in terms of décor and colour scheme and gave a very nice first impression. I was pleasantly surprised by the size of my room (Deluxe Room, King-sized bed) and the complimentary daily fruit bowl. The level of service was very good overall and housekeeping was immaculate. The staff are always eager to offer assistance and the level of courtesy is what one has come to expect in Taiwan. The breakfast selection is pretty decent although I found flavour lacking in some of the dishes I tried. The only real downside for me was the location: the hotel is some distance from the hustle and bustle of downtown Taipei and while this may appeal to some, I would have preferred a wider range of restaurants, shopping and entertainment nearby. I was also disappointed that the swimming pool was closed during my stay, even though the weather was definitely warm enough for a few quick laps.
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