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Very close to shopping area, good for shopping, room is quite small but still good due to the location. highly recommended for location, space wise abit small for family or for two. Overall it's pleasant stay!
The hotel room is clean and the bed and pillow is comfortable. The bathroom is a let down because the layout is awkward as the towel rail is opposite the bath. The shower screening doesn't work after a shower water is all over on the floor. The staffs are friendly and the breakfast is yummy. The ...
it was a pleasant stay overall. unfortunately, the wifi didn't work for my room. they attempted to mitigate the problem but was unable to do so throughout the duration of my stay (2 nights).
Short walk from Taipei's main train station, along a main road. 15 minutes walk to XiMenDing and surrounded by convenience stores and shops. Packaged buffet breakfast is simple, does not vary and caters to Asian palate. Rooms are adequate in size and basic amenities are present. No frills, good service ...
I only stayed at Roader's hotel for one night but I've absolutely loved it. Their lobby is very cute, the rooms are cozy and very comfortable. I liked the design most about this hotel. The only flaw was that there wasn't a place to open up your luggage besides the floor.
Teipei has hundreds of three-star hotels. There is a concentration of them in the central business district of Zhongzheng, but you have a wide choice of three-star hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs a short walk from most of Taipei’s metro stations.
While there is a handful of big-name global three-star hotels, most three-star accommodation in Taipei is independently owned. Expect a friendly welcome, comfortable beds, free WiFi and complimentary buffet breakfast.
If your three-star hotel is in the Zhongzheng district, track down the remains of Taipei’s walled city. See parts of the walls built in the 1800s, and check out the North Gate with its traditional Chinese wooden roof, which is also still in good condition.
Taipei’s Zhongzheng also boasts the 2/28 Peace Park. Take a stroll around the pagodas and modern art, then enjoy a rest under a tree, or head to the oldest museum in the country – the National Taiwan Museum – where you can get to grips with the country’s culture and learn more about Taiwan’s indigenous people and natural history
Ask your three-star hotel in Taipei to arrange a guided daytrip out to Yangmingshan National Park, one of Taiwan’s nine national parks. Join a tour or go it alone by catching public transport from Taipei’s city centre out to the park.
When you’re in the huge park, head first to the visitor centre to get your bearings. Decide what you want to see and map your walk – maybe a mountainous hike or a wander through cherry blossom trees, a few minutes at the flower clock or Grass Mountain Chateau, or just enjoy some time in the natural hot springs.
You could consider booking a three-star hotel in Yangmingshan National Park, so you can spend hours or days exploring the many trails, tours and sites.
Whether you’re in town on business or pleasure, you’ll have a great choice of three-star hotels in Taipei to give you a comfortable stay.