Looking for a place to stay in Yuchi? Then look no further than Classic Hotel, a bed and breakfast that brings the best of Yuchi to your doorstep.
Classic Hotel features room service. In addition, as a valued Classic Hotel guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site.
While staying at Classic Hotel, visitors can check out Cishih Syuanji Temple (1.3 mi) and Wen Wu Temple (2.0 mi), some of Yuchi's top attractions.
Travellers looking for French restaurants can head to Rainbow Cloud-Fleur De Chine Hotel or Crimson-Fleur De Chine Hotel.
If you are interested in exploring Yuchi, check out one of the gardens, such as Sun Moon Lake Peacock Garden and Mei He Garden.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Classic Hotel as you experience everything Yuchi has to offer.
The room is clean but with an excess of power points. The room has a total of 10 unused power points! It's rather rare to see a hotel room with so many sockets for use. The wooden floor of the room can be quite annoying as it made noise when you step on it. The hair dryer is hidden in a flip up table top which doubled up as a mirror. the entire room is brightly lit but the sink area is small. Although the hotel is surrounded by greenery - trees, plants etc, it is quite far from the nearest convenience store. If you have to walk out of the hotel to get food at night, it can be quite inconvenient to walk in the dark (very dark) for about 10 minutes to reach the nearest store. Breakfast food was good.
We stayed at this hotel for one night as part of a tour of Taiwan (bus tour). This hotel was decent. The double beds were comfortable and the hotel was clean. Cute little balcony overlooked the mountains and the local temple. Hotel itself is nicely decorated (which included the rooms which had hotel-branded towels and mugs and nice clean wooden floors). We stayed here the second day so I don't think we appreciated it as much as we should have (hotels steadily got worse as the tour went on). The front desk area has a few gift shop items you could purchase (cute postcards). There really isn't anything around the hotel (you could walk out a few blocks to their streets, but the area is dimly lit, so I wouldn't recommend it). Some of the others in our group had issues with the AC being too strong. Breakfast itself was okay, largely vegetarian and Chinese (some toast and coffee as the "western" portion). One thing I do want to call out is their vegetarian ru rou fan. It was delicious. I had never had a vegetarian version of ru rou fan, and theirs was excellent (trust me, I've had a lot of ru ro fan while in Taiwan, theirs was great). The view from the dining room is also pretty nice. I'm not sure why this is listed and a B&B here, but it's definitely a normal hotel. From what I could tell, at least 5 other busses stayed here as well, so I think they definitely cater to bus groups. Despite the crowds, I never felt like I had to wait a long time for the elevators (which were indeed small), or was disturbed in the my room. The sound insulation was pretty good. I would say this is probably a solid 3.5 (slightly better than average, but not "very good").…
We're on a 7 days around the Taiwan island tour & booked into this property for an overnight stay as a group of 32 overseas visitors, mostly from the Americas - the average & solo tourist would unlikely find themselves staying here, but ... The hotel seemed to catered to group chartered bookings & is located in the outskirt of the suburban town, about 25 minutes away from Sun Moon Lake as we also had a stopover for the Man Mo Temple overlooking the hills, lake & mountain and a group dinner nearby. Hotel has a nice looking lobby & 2 clerks on duty when we checked in, and we're cautioned by our tour guide that 2 elevators were small & thus slow at busy group check-out time. Take into consideration the locations & surroundings, this is slightly above average overall but I would give them a very good rating for this area - not your Holiday Inn Express but on par with Best Western & Howard Johnson, and limited services on-site & the nearest 7-11 is about 3 or 4 city blocks away if you need anything, get them first before checking-in as there is no gift shops or soda machine, etc. Pack some cup-a-noodles & bakery goods are good & for late night hunger, or even crackers & energy bars. The hotel appeared to meet all local/gov't standards for fire safety & evacuations, including flashlight & escape plan and fire extinguishers are strategically located since TW is earthquake and storm prone. All of the rooms appeared to be the same & relatively small but efficient, has 2 full sized bed that sleep 2 adults nicely & perhaps with small child too, there is no space for an extra rollaway bed. Like most TW hotel, it has digital HVAC control that can be difficult to set & use without clear instructions in any language AND it take a while to cool down for the system to work - and, apparently, the motion sensor shut down the system in the early morning hour to save energy & we woke up in a sweat (weather wasn't hot in early September for us, just high humidity). The bathroom is small but also quite functional, running hot water but there is really no hooks for clothes & towel racks are poorly designed & located if intented to be hang up & re-use. There is a hair dryer for use & 2 bottles of comp'd water included at no extra charge, instant coffee & tea bags free for use using the hot pot that run on 110 volts power - everything needed to make a MRE out of items at local 7-11 or Family Marts, etc. Our room on the 6/F has a micro-balcony with a screen door that look out to the countryside & farm houses nearby with the fields, we did not go outside due to mosquite concerns especially in the southern TW counties (and, yes - they do bite) There's also a laundry setup on the balcony to hang & air dry clothing for those staying longer - not of use to us since we arrived after 7 PM & left after breakfast by 8:30 AM onward with our tour. Breakfast buffet was included for our tour group but nothing worth mentioned, it was warm at best & not really very good - on the other hand, there are no McDonalds, Burger King, Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks, etc. nearby or anywhere within easy bus driving distance, 7-11 would be the next best option. It's all self-service and when finished, drop off the dirty plates & utensils yourself at the designated collection bins. Well at least coffee & expresso are machine-dispensed free, one-cup at a time so hurry if you are in a group to avoid standing in line. Out front, there's a small local temple nearby across the street & a local food stand selling "bin dong" or boxed meals cooked family style & sold to travelers - best to avoid them as we aren't too sure how clean they are with food safety standards, etc.…
Rooms and bathrooms very clean, beds comfortable. However breakfast is poor (and it would be so easy to do better in these parts!) service seems unmanaged - some Staff without shoes, no real service style, fussy, not returning passport after scanning it etc. If you are staying. Here for sun-moon lake, this is an OK choice- but you need to question how much you'll save here vs a place closer to the lake because while it's not impossible to get there, it's not hugely convenient.
Bathroom floor is dirty. Room cleaningist is fair compared to some poorest run down hotel in Taipei. Breakfast buffet served left over dinner from previous days. Very poor. Only one coffee machine (half broken)for the entire breakfast banquet hall. Banquet staff are very unfriendly, no hello to guest and refused to answer question. It's because none of them understand English...sad Obviously, lack of proper training.
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