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We were allocated a smoking room in this hotel and found the room was filled with cigarette smell. Despite of open up the window, the smell stayed the entire night. Luckily, the front desk managed to change our room next day. It looks like this...More
This is a Taiwan local chain hotel, however they are in varies standard, tried their other restaurant in the city was great, particularly the one near 林口長庚醫院was very good both services and food qualities.
Surely will not interest and not recommend anyone to try until...More
The room was alright. Nothing to complaint about and not much to brag either. Location-wise, it is great for me because I am there for business and my client's site is just nearby. If you travel alone, you can get some decent food around (provided...More
We stayed in 7 hotels around Taiwan in the last 18 days. This is the only one disappointed me.
The frontdesk guaranteed a non-smoking room, it definitely had many people smoked in this room. The carpet was not clean, and the room looked tired. Because...More
Hotel located at SanXia district at new town called BeiDa community, is a young age of residence township tat hv lots of shops, restaurant. Starbucks, carrefour, supermarket...etc. Hotel r quite far from taipei city but if u r planning to shop at d ceramic street...More
Yingge, with a 200-year history in pottery, is one of the earliest settlements of Taiwan, thus earning the reputation of “Taiwan’s Jingdezhen”. Constructed with exposed concrete and steel structures, the Yingge Ceramics Museum is a landmark presenting rustic beauty. Walk into Yingge Old Street and feel the pieces of brick and tiles lightly emitting a historical and cultural atmosphere. Stroke the
potteries to sympathize with the hundred-year-old artistic essence by aged masters. Reputed as the hall of eastern art, “Sanxia Zushi (Divine Ancestor) Temple is a temple built with an ancient technique. The groups of bygone architectures and baroque-style plaques of Sanxia Old Street still retain their former self. Once known as Sanjiaoyong street, Minquan street used to be the gathering grounds of the once-prosperous cloth dying industry. The Sanxia Dye Workshop was established to keep the blue-dye culture from disappearing. Visit this little village of art to delicately experience local humanities and scenic nature.Visit a small town rich with arts and experience local cultural features and natural landscapes in detail!