- No.76-1, Sec. 3, Sinsheng N. Rd, Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
- NT$7,000 ±
O Zhonghe-Xinlu Line Zhongshan Elementary School
Good hotel, but basic facilities needs improvement.t's a peaceful hotel with friendly staff. Hotel and its rooms are clean. However, management need to look into finer details like toiletries. Toothbrush quality was so bad that the bristles came off. Breakfast is basic, with two or three basic cuisines. But the cook was kind to immediately cook some chicken for us.
Hotel provide good customer service and breakfast at cheap priceVisiting Taiwan? Do check out this hotel. The place is a bit small but the room are very clean and tidy. The toilets exceed my expectation here and there are even a personal bath tub. Personally I find this hotel a great value for money and I hope you will check out this hotel.
Near many 7-11's lol and great food places!Hotel is nice. and located near many food places. also near laundry. walk to subway and many attractions near. price is good, and staff is very nice! Rooms are spacious. Views are great from top floor. area very safe (from what I experienced)
Chino Hills, California
Full of rude obnoxious Chinese touristsOne of the worst hotel experiences ever in Taipei. Full of loud rude obnoxious Chinese tourists. One of them kept pressing for the elevator door to close even while I was entering the elevator with my luggage so that it causes the door to hit me. I asked him why he did that he said he didn't see me even though its a tiny elevator and I was right in front of him. Almost got into a fight right there. Then when I entered the room there were half finished water bottles, beverages, receipts, and bags in the room, presumably left over from previous inhabitants from China no doubt. This is an egregiously shocking mistake for hotels and shows signs of bad management. The front desk did apologize and changed rooms for me immediately, but this was a terrible first impression. This and the hordes of Chinese tourists they have at this hotel will make me cross off this one on my list of acceptable lodgings in Taipei. The room itself is adequately sized but older furnishings. Even the door is still with a physical key and heavy keychain. This is not uncommon for this area of town though. To be honest even the Chinese tourists are not an uncommon sight for hotels at this part of town, but it was just crazy today. You can do better than this in Taipei.
Maidstone, United Kingdom
Silken hotel -Chinese new year 2014Hotel is in a good location in taipei city and I stayed from Thursday to Sunday and was a nice hotel for the holiday. Breakfast is very poor and not much to choose from, I would advise against paying extra for breakfast due to the fact a 7Eleven is nearby and open 24hours. Room size was good with a good bathroom also. Overall, a good hotel if you are looking to go to taipei for a short vacation!
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