One of the best luxury hotel in town with high quality decorations, friendly service and delicious meal. Located in the quiet and cozy Neihu district, the hotel provides great relaxing atmosphere as well. Would be better if the sauna could be closed later than 22:00.
This is a clean, well-equipped, and luxury hotel with excellent services at a descent location. Best in town in terms of price quality performance. Awesome pool, gym and sauna. Will definitely visit again. 這是一家乾淨，設備齊全的豪華酒店，位置不錯，服務一流。 就價格質量表現而言，該市最佳。 很棒的游泳池，健身房和桑拿。 肯定會再次訪問。
Is very Nice service ,we.join the special holiday with baby ,they also prepare baby’s bed and quality baby’s shower equipment event bottles NAC ,It’s good food ,quality and good service ,great view,beautyfu night lighting,nice people,delicious food for 3floor Japanese food A5 degree beef is famous ,It is peaceful holiday,I recommend this great hotel ,is best hotel what I lived and we will back,很好5星級飯店，我們參加了優惠專案，跟小baby一起過來，飯店準備了小baby的所有用品，床，沐浴精，奶瓶消毒器都有，很棒的體驗
Paid TWD 19000, get a nice room with an uncomfortable sofa, moreover with the poor breakfast ever and the worst VIP lunge in Taipei. Happy Hour only gets 2 kinds of wine, NO hot dish. NOT recommended at all!! 付了1萬9千元, 房間是大但沙發超難坐. 五星飯店的早餐比1星還差,選擇又少, VIP Lunge是全台北最差的, Happy Hour只有增加紅白酒各一, 沒有熱食, 冰櫃的冷食常常是空的. 有錢拜託去其它地方花吧!!
This hotel seems to be local owned and operated--a rarity in hospitality. I believe it is the only locally owned 5 star rated hotel in Taipei. That is quite an accomplishment. It is located in an upscale and quiet residential neighborhood that is within a few blocks of major shopping, entertainment venue and MTR station. Its Beaux Arts style exterior is expensively clad in cut stone and interior public areas are similarly grand, featuring glittering chandeliers and polished marble floors. By contrast, the rooms are understated and modernistic, but equally elegant. They feature high ceilings, almost complete silence, luxurious bathrooms and true walk-in closets. The hotel features impressive function rooms including a huge ballroom. Amenities include an outdoor warm water olympic size pool with giant video screen, sizable pool terrace with several lounge areas, a swanky cabana bar, large changing areas with Japanese style saunas, and the epitome of an executive class gym. To date, I sampled 3 out of 6 of the hotel's food purveyors. Despite completely different themes they feature top rate food, excellent ingredients, stylish presentation and flawless service. The price of my room includes a buffet breakfast. Even though I have made it to less than half of the breakfasts, I can attest to their high quality. The buffet room is cleverly laid out with discreet serving areas to reduce crowding. Because the serving islands are discreet, it does not look like a lot of food, but is. The range of choices and quality of offerings are superior. Details are top notch--for example, including a flower pattern inset into the fish cake in the chawan mushi. The made-to-order dishes are splendid. Yes, the hotel's service is exceptional. Everyone is professional, eager to help and seems well informed about the hotel. Even though I do not speak Chinese there has not been any issue in the hotel. Staff is fluent in English. I am in my fourth week of traveling to three countries in Southeast Asia. The Grand Mayfull hotel is the least costly per night of the places I have stayed in, but it is the only one I am reviewing because I do not want to bring up minor shortcomings at the other places. If the Grand Mayfull has shortcomings I have not found any yet in my 6th night in the hotel--in addition to having spent a lot of time during the day in the hotel and my room due to an injury sustained earlier. I hope other guests will find their stay as pleasant as I have.…