Mar 3, 2020 - Mar 4, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Taipei is best known for the iconic Taipei 101 Tower which was once the world’s tallest and now has regular light shows and wide views from the observation deck on a clear day. Visitors also come for the temples full of the smell of incense and sound of chanting worshipers, and also the food. Taipei’s night markets have all kinds of food for sale including Stinky Tofu, a local delicacy. Find the best deals on hotels in Taipei by using Skyscanner’s hotel search feature. All you have to do is tell it when you want to stay.
There are plenty of 4 and 5-star hotels in this bustling city. Check out the glamorous 4-star Riviera Hotel which offers free wi-fi and a complimentary shuttle to many local sightseeing landmarks. Ambience Hotel Taipei is a stylish 4-star boutique hotel with avant-garde style guestrooms and wi-fi. The hotel also offers room service, laundry, and foreign exchange services. The 4-star Cozzi Zhongxiao is right outside a subway station as has air conditioning, wi-fi, and private bathrooms with a shower. The 5-star Royal-Nikko Taipei is a modern hotel with guest rooms and suites as well as a swimming pool. Other high-rated 5-stars include Palais de Chine, Shangri-la’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, and the top-rated Okura Prestige Taipei with a swimming pool and spa.
Excellent hotels with great reviews can be found at all levels of the star rating system. The 2-star Taipei Morning is a top-rated hotel with a convenient location next to many restaurants. The hotel offers luggage storage and has a tour desk. Situated in a quieter area, the Via Loft is a 3-star hotel close to public transit and the night markets. Madison Taipei is an excellent 4-star hotel with a fitness center and business or event facilities in a convenient location near Taipei 101 and the Cathay General Hospital.
As a modern and growing city, Taipei has new construction ongoing, and many new hotels opening up regularly. Intrendy is a new 4-star hotel away from the city center, and Taipei M Hotel- Main Station is a 3-star which is located near the subway and has convenient access to the rest of the city and attractions. Courtyard Taipei is a 5-star hotel located by the subway and high-speed rail lines providing easy access to everywhere you want to go.
Hotel prices in Taipei are generally affordable and can run from under $100 to upwards of $300 for more luxurious accommodations. Hotels in Taipei span a range of styles from clean and basic to bright and deluxe with swimming pools and room service. Even the cheapest hotels in Taipei can be very nice. Some 3-star hotels or pensions can be found for $50-$75 a night, and even 5-star hotels can be found for $150-$250. Taipei is a cultural blend of Chinese, Japanese and American influences wrapped up in a modern package, and hotels reflecting all of these tastes can be found here. You can find the best deals on hotels in Taipei with Skyscanner.
The experience was spectacular. The temp, the ambience and the people are very nice. I am addicted to their naugat and the milkteas
Underrated, up and coming travel destination. Food is some of the best I ever had. I'm from an island and when I went here the people have that same islander hospitality. This is in my top 3 countries of asia to visit.
Every cities was awsome. All local people was kind and open minded to foreign tourist and helped me when i asked. For me from Tokyo JPN, it was of a kind of what is called 'home'. In additional, they don't look at me as 'resource of revenue' because of my face, which makes me so confortable than in the other country.
People very nice no traffic jam low cost of living very good transportation