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This was the final hotel stay in our entire 7D6N trip in Taiwan and the tour group leader promised us a surprise... well indeed a surprise to us...
It is located almost a secluded place.. means not a happening place but the room was crazy....More
I am assuming this is a 'love hotel' due to the enormous spa in the bathroom and the discreet parking spaces for cars (they have their own garage so that probably suspicious wives or husbands can't see their cars). Probably for that reason the television...More
Maybe I had the dud room- ? It was a large room with a king size bed and a desk and a couple of chairs and a table! Pretty much what I expect from a room! The bathroom was nicely outfitted at first glance with...More
This hotel has large and unique rooms with very good facilities. Our bathroom had a jacuzzi, shower and sauna. The bedroom was very spacious and clean. Service is basically non existent but hardly necessary. Breakfast was just adequate. Location is biggest issue as it is...More
Stayed at the hotel in March at Garage Deluxe unit. Disappointed all controls and signage are in Mandarin. English language control for TV, Massage chair, Spa, Sauna would be a great help. Overall rating 6/10
The antique Shanjia Railway Station has kept its Japanese occupation appearance well. Along the tracks of the serene Shanjia street beside the railroad lie streets and old houses, as if tracing back to its former small mining village. Bike along Dahan riverfront cycling path to enjoy the caressing of light winds beside sparkling waters. Every April to May, the Tucheng Tung Blossom Park is covered in tung
blossoms. Petals fine as snow sprinkle the forest, blanketing a long white carpet into a scenery most affectionately loved.