Hotels in Taipei
From family-run B&B's and hostels to some of the most decadent lodgings in Asia, Taipei hotels run the gamut of luxury.
The newly opened Humble House has fast become a traveler favorite offering affordable accommodation with understated luxury –think silk bathrooms, modern art on the walls and high ceilings in every room. Another reasonably priced hotel in Taipei is the VVG B&B. The three apartments designed by Grace Wang feature comfortable but kitschy details like the copper bathtub in the June room.
Looking for the best hotels in Taipei? The opulent luxury of the Regent Taipei in Zhongshan is an oasis of calm in the bustling city. The 20th-floor spa is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day. Meanwhile, the walk-in closets in the rooms at the Mandarin Oriental are ideal for those who plan to shop until they drop during their stay.
Whether in town for a quick business trip or a romantic getaway, Taipei hotels offer something for everyone.
Business-friendly hotel tower, centrally located in the World Trade Centre complex in the Hsin-Yi district, next to the Financial Tower; a new spa opened in the fall of 2009.
Frequent host to visiting dignitaries, with sweeping city and mountain views from most of the 420 rooms as well as the 43rd-floor rooftop pool.
Room to Book: Ask for rooms above the twentieth floor for the best views facing the Taipei 101 building.
A sleek hotel with spacious, well-appointed rooms.
Minimalist chic in Da’an, the city's poshest neighborhood.
Thanks to the influx of travelers (many from neighboring China), new hotels are popping up around Taipei, including the Palais de Chine (opened in 2010), which looks to Europe—and Paris in particular—for its design inspiration.