Walking distance to the boat ride and cable cars. The hotel located in the area with lots of little shops and food. Very good location. There is a restaurant onsite, breakfast was included in our package. The selection was ok. We also had dinner one night here and it was very good. Highly recommended.
The hotel has two scheduled shuttles derives at 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. We said that our bus arrive after 3:00 p.m. and we stays four nights, can you provide us some convenience? The hotel clerk said that the shuttles us will cost us 800.00 NT. We finally took taxi and cost us 500.00 NT. Well, by the time we checked in, the counter clerks met us with stone faces. Anyway, the first impression of this hotel is not so well.
My spouse and I spent one night here while on a private tour of Taiwan. It is a standard hotel, decent--nothing fancy, but it met our needs. Our room #512 was clean, spartan, and with a minimalist decor that featured two double beds, 2 wicker chairs, a small round wicker table, and a lengthy desk and desk chair. The floor was faux wood. I appreciated the fact that there was a luggage rack for one of our suitcases since many of the hotels in which we stayed on this trip offered none. The bathroom was of sufficient size and had a walk-in shower, and a vanity with enough space for our toiletries. Dinner was offered at its sister, the Lealea Moon Hotel down the street, but it was quite inconvenient, and expensive, so we opted not to eat since we had had a large lunch. Breakfast, on the 6th floor, was included in the price of our room. It was by far the worst breakfast buffet of the entire trip. The selection was very limited and featured runny scrambled eggs. There was no yogurt, and the only fresh fruit we found was a few meager orange slices. Very disappointing. As I stated, the hotel met our basic needs. I would not have selected this hotel, but the tour company made all our reservations, so the choice was not mine.…
The hotel is close to the ferry pier and is convenient if you are stopping overnight in Sun Moon Lake. The room is OK, since we paid extra to have a lake view room. Breakfast is in the hotel down the street and is not great. Highlight of staying here is to take walk along the lake shore.
The room is good and the view from the room is great. Location is also good, just a few steps away to the Ita Thao Pier. For the breakfast we had to walk to another building (which is a minute walking), the breakfast was okay but could be improved to make guest more impresss and the breakfast room had a little smell of swimming pool chlorine. The staffs were friendly and helpful.
雖然是有蒸氣室、游泳池相關設施，但是房客要自己小心這些設施根本無人看管，同行友人晚間去泡蒸氣室，結果燙傷大腿，櫃臺經理只拿AE給我們，我只有非常傻眼，難道一定要出事才會處理嗎？早餐千萬不能超過九點去吃，完全通通都沒有東西可以吃了，我非常懷疑管理者是否想放棄飯店了。 you Must award yourself safely to use the facilities, you could burn yourself and dangerous. If you eat breakfast after 9, you could eat nothing.
The view is great, staff is well-mannered. As there is a large tour group, we cannot get rooms on the same floor as our friend and hotel staff said it was pre-determined by their computer system which I found it hard to believe. However, facilities are offered in their sister hotel which is only just next. There is a spa tub and swimming pool but if you stay in Sun or Moon hotel, is a bit of inconvenience. Breakfast quality is ok standard Taiwanese food.
Nice room and location. The restaurant and swimming pool are located at another (main) building which less than one minute walking. Good choice if you want to overnight at Sun-moon lake. The only thing I would say need to be improved is the quality of breakfast.
We stayed at this hotel for one night. It is conveniently located in the center of town; walking distance to shops, food and the ferry. We tried to book a lake view room, but it was not available so we had a view of the town and mountain. They do have an indoor pool but it was closed for maintenance during our stay. Our stay came with breakfast buffet but it was not offered at the hotel. We had to walk to their other location next door which had a gorgeous morning view of the lake.
We stYed in this hotel over 4 nights in Jan 2014. Orientation: The hotel is located at Ita Thao, around 10 km from the visitor centre ( and main bus hub) at shuishe ( commonly referred to as sun moon lake township). Don't let this put you off as Ita Thao is much more pleasant, and more interesting, than the main Sun moon lake hub at shuishe. Ita Thao has its own pier, great street food and is really quiet and much less touristy. Walks and activities are easily accessed nearby, as is public transport. Getting there; . The hotel is best accessed by ferry from the shuishe pier. The SML shuttle bus from shuishe to Ita Thao is 15 mins and leaves more or less regularly from the stop outside the visitor centre. The bus trip can be slow in peak times as the road is congested and it is awkward to get from Ita Thao back to Shuishe. Don't bother with a cab. All public transport stops around 1700 (ferry) or 1720 ( shuttle bus). Finding the hotel: The hotel is a couple of hundred metres away from the ferry terminal, essentially take a left and follow the road along e foreshore to the cluster of 'Lea Lea' branded hotels on the foreshore. 'Sun moon lake Sun' is confusingly not called this on the outside ( at least not in English) but is one of three Lea Lea hotels- it is the one closest to the pier, if in doubt call in to any of the Lea Lea hotels and look confused. They're probably used to it by know. The hotel is about 7-10 minutes from the bus stop, head downhill towards the pier but bear right, the hotel is to the right of the pier( towards Shuishe) as you face the waterline. Hotel review: Reasonable hotel, good value for SML area. Most of the hotels advertised amenities are next door at the Lea Lea mothership. No heating in winter but the staff will supply a heater if you look cold enough and ask them. Fine view over lake and nice south facing balcony that is shaded. Downstairs open anteroom and street side seating is pleasant. What to do: Great walks in area, great street food, tea, local tourist tat on street, lovely waterfront before and after the tourist buses leave. Lovely, quiet location with easy access to ferry. The ropeway ( chairlift) is an ok touristy attraction and is 10 minute walk from the hotel. Not much to do at the other end except the formosan aboriginal centre, which has reasonable displays, a great park but also tacky shows. There is a theme park as well which is probably good if you like rides and faux European gardens, we didn't go there. The ropeway would be horrible on a busy day with little reward, although the views are good. Merida Cycling shop hires reasonable bikes but for serious long rides I recommend the Giant bike shop in Shuishe, ( below the visitor centre) which has high quality road and mountain bikes for rent.…