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Beautiful rooms, great service, and really really good people. Make sure you go to the Italian restaurant on ground floor. It’s amazing
This hotel sited just opposite the Taipei Main Station, besides, metro, Speed train & airport express are all in walkable distance, especially good for Traveller to tour around Taiwan, east to west & north to south. Hotel staffs are well trained & friendly to help out you need. Other than the two ...
This was a lovely hotel for a short stay between flights. The shuttle conveniently picks up passengers from the airport twice an hour. The dinner buffet was excellent! Lots of choices including seafood and it was reasonably priced. The gym is large and well-equipped. There is even a ping pong ...
Clean and nice staff. The custodian made me a cup of tea while i waited for my room. it was not his job - but a nice gesture. Lobby was small but the room was very large, clean and comfortable.
FX Hotel is very near the MRT station and is near the main attractions of Taipei City like the night markets. Overall, the hotel was great! The staff, especially those at the front desk, were not that welcoming and friendly. Will definetly be back at this hotel again in the future!
I really enjoyed my stay. The room and bathroom were a generous size and were kept very clean. The staff were very friendly and attentative. Once the gym and pool are open this will be a great hotel to stay at.
Close to mrt. Access to vip lounge Free dropoff to airport train. Helpful staff info. Would recommend and stay there if in Taipei.
The buffet breakfast is amazing! Room was clean enough, although had a broken lamp. Overall, a great place to stay, however it is rather expensive.
The airport train ends at the Taipei Main station and many of the high speed and country trains are also accessed at this station. The hotel is almost directly above the station so if you intend to use trains in Taiwan then the Cosmos is in a great location. We are booked in here for our first few ...
I like this hotel. The price is reasonable. My staff booked me twice and management worked out the overbooking without a penalty. There is a store nearby but be careful walking on the roadway.
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.