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We stayed at San Want for four nights over the long weekend. It’s centrally located, right across the road from a Zara and Sogo, as well as many restaurants and small shops. We were put up in a Triple Room [three single beds] for the...More
Ideally located and stone's throw away to modern shops, old taiwan shops, 24 hrs eatery, SOGO, Taipei 101 area, most shopping, you name it. Hotel is definitely dated, but service, room size, WIFI, Breakfast buffett, location more than compensate for it. All taxi drivers know...More
Stayed here for 5 nights and it was a decent stay as it is very close and central to much shopping, food, and even some nightlife (Luxy). Not far from the 101 and many other clubs. Pretty decently priced, great service, friendly staff, but you...More
The rooms are tiny and shows its age. Feel liking staying in a Best Western during the 80's. My room was so small that the only bed had to push against the side wall. Old tube television with one English channel only, CNN. The bed...More
It does what it says on the tin. Nice hotel, friendly staff, good breakfast buffet. Rooms are a decent size, bathrooms could be a bit bigger, but are adequate. The only thing about the bathroom was that the shower head is a bit low and...More
Response from leo88copper | Reviewed this property |
I did not have check in luggage so I took MRT train from Taoyuan airport to Taipei main MRT station. After a maze like underground system, I finally found a MRT line to the hotel. I was not in a hurry so it was kind of... More
I did not have check in luggage so I took MRT train from Taoyuan airport to Taipei main MRT station. After a maze like underground system, I finally found a MRT line to the hotel. I was not in a hurry so it was kind of fun. But from hotel to Taoyuan airport I asked concierge to reserve a private transportation for me. It costs 1800 NTD is about $60.