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We stayed here for 4 nights and found the hotel very enjoyable. Taipei to us seemed a large, anonymous Chinese city with not a lot of character, with the museums being the main reason to visit (which were good - National Palace and CKS Memorial Hall the best). The included breakfast was excellent ...
Check in was very smooth and simple. Small check in area in the lobby, I was very surprised to hear when they decided to upgrade me into a suite! The room was very large and comfortable. Room amenities were great, bathroom was very new and clean. King sized bed was very comfortable. Room came with ...
I love this hotel. The Le Meridien in Taipei city is totally modernized as opposed to its European style of old school. Great conditions. Great designs. I love the washlet.
Front Desk and concierge service is great. Previously, I am not too sure about the location of my meeting places. They have help me to arrange for Free transfers to Nangang. Well done!
The room is nice and the bed is comfortable but for the price it is not worth it. 1) Room too small for the price, you cant use the table to do work if someone else is staying there at same time. 2) Aesop soap is a nice touch but they wont give extra, you have to pay. 3) No lounge to sit at while ...
Most of Teipei’s four-star hotels are in the city centre, in the Datong, Zhongzheng and Songshan districts, and near both the central business district and Taipei’s biggest attractions.
If you’re in Taipei on business, you can expect four-star hotels with conference facilities and meeting rooms. But if you’re visiting Taipei for fun, you can make the most of the four-star hotels’ tours and ticket services, spas and free WiFi. The majority of four-star hotels in Taipei are independently owned, but you can find some big-name global brands downtown, too.
Taipei is surprisingly lush considering it’s the largest urban area in Taiwan. Learn more about the incredible variety of indigenous plants in Taiwan at the country’s oldest botanical garden in Taipei’s historic Zhongzheng district.
At the Botanical Gardens, you can still find buildings from the 1800s’ Qing Dynasty, a rarity as most were destroyed. The Botanical Gardens are huge, with more than 2,000 plant species on display amongst the lotus ponds and greenhouses.
Take a day or two to explore Yangmingshan National Park, its mountains, hiking trails and intriguing buildings. Or keep your focus on the world-famous night markets around Taipei. While away a few hours in Shilin Night Market, tasting some of the best food in the country, then enjoy shopping for hand-made bags, jewellery and clothing on the market’s stalls.
Visit the Wanhua district to see more of Taipei’s past at the Longshan Temple. The temple was built in 1738, and despite being bombed in World War II and partially destroyed by earthquakes, it’s still standing and kept in excellent condition.<P>The architecture of Taipei’s Longshan Temple is beautiful, featuring Chinese dragons and a pagoda roof. Entrance is free and visitors are more than welcome, but donations to help with the upkeep are always appreciated.
No matter whether you’re visiting Taipei for business, pleasure or both, search Expedia to find a a four-star hotel that’s right for your trip.