Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 29 Jul 2014
Total posts 145
Any suggestions for Taipei Hotels preferably near a Metro Station
Member since 28 Feb 2014
Total posts 130
I would suggest the Grand Hyatt Taipei. It's only a 3 minute walk or so from the station and as an added bonus, right near the Taipei 101!
Member since 10 Apr 2012
Total posts 186
The Westin Taipei
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 15 Nov 2017
Total posts 143
Go for drinks at W Hotel Thursday night around the pool area
Member since 13 Mar 2014
Total posts 20
The Caesar Park is right across the road from Taipei Main Station and has basement access into the mall and station. Also a short walk from the Taoyuan Airport MRT terminus. It's mid-range, and looks a bit tired on the outside but inside is modern. For a bit more upmarket, the Sheraton is one stop along from Taipei Main at Shandao Temple station.
Member since 31 Jan 2018
Total posts 13
The W is fantastic. Good for sightseeing too - close to Taipei 101 and elephant mountain walk.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,116
If you're wanting to stay near the airport I can recommend the Novotel: have stayed there a few times myself on overnight transits and found it acceptable and easy to access via the free MRT (no fare is charged between the airport and the 'airport hotel' stop which is near the hotel's main entrance), but while it's well-connected to public transport, if you're staying more than a night you'd probably want to stay in town.
Member since 22 Jun 2018
Total posts 2
Regrettably this place closes on Dec. 31st ...it was very well regarded over the years.
'if you can afford it' ...the W's prices are extortionate ...
Jetstar Airways - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 18 Feb 2018
Total posts 38
W is good for a drink and a meal. I think the prices to stay are not good value for money in a city such as Taipei. The Shangri La in Taipei is one of their flagship properties and is outstanding, especially the Horizon Club rooms with a view of Taipei 101. It's one of their better Horizon Clubs too, with a great selection of food and a bartender making fantastic cocktails to order each evening.
Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer
Member since 09 Jun 2016
Total posts 17
I stayed at Hotel East Taipei, Taipei a month ago. Small rooms, but well designed. In a good location and only 5 minute walk from a metro stop.
Member since 30 Oct 2017
Total posts 4
Mandarian Oriental - just stayed there as got a very good deal, they were offering a third night free. It’s near two metro stations and rooms are enormous.
Cathay Pacific - Asia Miles
Member since 29 Aug 2013
For business travellers, try the Grand Hyatt Taipei. They are in this market specifically and know what to do and expect! Plus the rooms are recently renovated and nicely located as well!
Member since 29 Jun 2018
Total posts 1
Try the Caesar Park Hotel Banqiao. It's amazing.
Member since 08 Jun 2018
Total posts 144
Landis Hotel is a personal favorite in Taipei. Very Art Deco. May not be for everyone. Mrs Ourmanin hails from Taiwan and we find ourselves heading back there a fair bit. There is also an absolutely fabulous teppanyaki restaurant a very short (3min) walk up the road.
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