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No.9, Ronghua Ln, Renai County, Ren'ai Township Taiwan
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Zoë Z wrote a review Oct 2018
United States13 contributions1 helpful vote
Clean, friendly, easy to find, $8 a person, lockers, different temperature pools. Only a half hour drive from Qingjing. Must visit. Good views of mountains and community. parking on site. We had the place to ourselves.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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rdreamer wrote a review Dec 2016
Singapore, Singapore157 contributions58 helpful votes
This is a large hotspring hotel at the foot of Cingjing. It is a fairly old hotel, but the rooms are still fairly well maintained. The rooms are spacious, and the attached toilet has a small hotspring bath that you can use in private if you choose not to use the public hotel hotspring. The public hotel hotspring is located at an attached building next to hotel. You need to walk out of the hotel to reach the hotspring which has 3 pools, 2 hot pools and 1 cold pool. Basic and nothing fancy. Breakfast was traditional taiwanese porridge which really wasn't to our taste but may be ok for local taiwanese. There are probably better hotsprings out there and we wouldn't come back just for the hotsprings. And it was expensive as well.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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ThCy wrote a review Jan 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia318 contributions84 helpful votes
After a rather uninteresting trip at Small Swiss Garden and having some time to spare before it gets dark, we drove downhill and turn left to Lushan. We were looking for a place to do a hot spring trip ('pao tang') and found this hotel on the fly where they offer us a 2-hour room usage with a built-in hot spring tub at NT1,200 (Tip for non-locals: key word to get a an hourly-rated private room with hot spring facility is 'xiu xi') You know the part about 'visual is for illustration purpose' only? This refers to the room that was given to us. To get to the lift, we walked past a weary-looking restaurant along a dimly-lit hallway, which gave us the feeling that the hotel management was being rather skimpy on the electricity. Our room is located at the lower level. The room is pretty standard, the bathroom was indeed spacious with a sizeable hot spring tub that can fit more than 2 person, but the interior looks so old that it makes you feel like you've been transported to the 70s! There's an unmistaken creepiness about the building that we decided to leave immediately after we had enough of soaking. The hot spring in Lushan is lightly sulphuric, but with many other types of hot spring (carbonated, mud) available around Taiwan, your hot spring experience could be better elsewhere. We did wonder if anyone would really choose to stay here if it wasn't for the hot spring. Turns out that they do have quite a number of guests staying in, mostly catering to tour groups and senior folks. Not that we would consider to return.
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Date of stay: December 2015
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777li wrote a review Dec 2015
Malaysia93 contributions10 helpful votes
We stayed 1 day in this hotel 29/11/15. The hotel environment so so only, the lobby has to pass by the their Chinese Restaurant, the restaurant is smelly...not a good smell.. The hotel room come with hot springs spa in the bathroom...the bathroom was not satisfy, not functional and dirty...the room was spacious but furniture in the bedroom was dirty... The spa facilities is acceptable..
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Date of stay: November 2015
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StanSee wrote a review Dec 2015
Singapore, Singapore87 contributions11 helpful votes
Was recommended to use the spa by the driver. Poorly maintained facilities, dimly lite and somewhat eerie even in day time. Entrance fee of 350NT per person and 200 NT per kid was a waste of money. The locker was not working and water in the spa looks somewhat dirty. Look elsewhere if you need.
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Date of stay: November 2015
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Francis Xavier Nam wrote a review Oct 2015
Singapore, Singapore642 contributions113 helpful votes
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Checked in only one night 20 Oct to 21 Oct on the way to Toroko National Park. View from this hotel is good. The spa is below par. For guest, you can enjoy free of charge for their hot springs pools. There are separate pools for men and women. Bed was OK. Room was spacious. Breakfast was below par.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Terence Low wrote a review Dec 2014
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I just visited the spa today 24 Dec 2014. We are not staying here, but the taxi driver recommended us this spa, as our experiences with all other drivers in Taipei and Hualian in the past few days were very good from their recommendation, we trusted his recommendation! The charges is NT350 per pax is actually higher than the other hot spring we went 2 days ago in Hualian was NT250 per pax. The hot spring is almost deserted, just the 7 of us, one of the pool is empty, hot pool is not really hot. The most disappointing is even the basic shower cubicle is not cleaned and properly equipped, like missing shower head, no hooks to hang clothing!
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Date of stay: December 2014
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MermaidAriel wrote a review Dec 2013
Singapore River, Singapore32 contributions18 helpful votes
There were 6 of us and we stayed for 1 night. We booked 2 rooms. This hotel was recommended by our Taiwan taxi driver who told us that this was the biggest hotel in Lushan and there were very few hotels there. The rooms were pretty old and each room had a big Jacuzzi tub where we can do indoor hotspring. However, the messaging jets were not working as they were too old. What I really like was the outdoor spa at level 2. Initially we were hesitant about going there as its really cold and its not connected to the hotel. Hence, we needed to come out of the hotel and walked for a short distance to the spa. Nevertheless, we decided to take the plunge, hence my 2 children (7yrs and 4yrs old), hubby and I wore our swimming costumes and towels and headed for the spa. The spa was about 40 degree and has a variety of massaging stations, with jets of water spraying in many different directions. We had a wonderful time exploring the many different stations. Its like a mini water park.
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Date of stay: November 2013
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US$60 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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TaiwanNantouRen'ai Township
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ming Lu Holiday Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Ming Lu Holiday Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Hehuanshan National Forest Recreation Area (5.5 km), Cingjing Veterans Farm (4.7 km), and Cingjing Skywalk (4.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ming Lu Holiday Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, a spa, and internet access.
What are some restaurants close to Ming Lu Holiday Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Carton King - Cingjing, Inako Senic View Cafe, and Cingjing Lumama Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ming Lu Holiday Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.