Exploring Taiwan’s Top-Rated Hotels
Taiwan is a fast-growing tourism destination with a breadth of natural and historic attractions to enjoy – and for shopping fanatics, it boasts some of the best night markets on the planet.
But with thousands of accommodation options available across the island, it can be hard to know exactly where to stay. And that’s where we can help – in addition to comparing prices from all major travel sites so our users can get the best deal, HotelsCombined also aggregates over 38 million reviews so travellers can see for themselves which properties scored highest in guest feedback.
We recently took a look through our database of over 4,700 Taiwanese properties to see which hotels stood out amongst the others when it came to customer reviews; in the end, eight amazing properties shone through for their ratings of 9.0 or over out of 10 (with a minimum number of 250 reviews). Without further ado, here are Taiwan’s top-rated hotels:
-Rated 9.2 out of 10 from 1,290 guest reviews
This trendy five-star hotel is located in the heart of Taipei’s nightlife and entertainment district, so it’s ideal for the active, social traveller. The rooms are unique and colourful, there’s plenty of onsite dining options and the outdoor pool has great city views. Bonus: Check-out isn’t til noon!
-Rated 9.2 out of 10 from 471 guest reviews
Rooms here are comfortable and spacious, offering up a slew of features including a safe, free Wi-Fi, a desk, a refrigerator and satellite TV. This four-star property also offers great value, with rates starting at just $123 USD per night.
-Rated 9.2 out of 10 from 821 guest reviews
A great choice for the business traveller, this high-end refuge offers complete in-room office amenities including stationary, a multifunction HP laser jet machine for faxing, printing or copying and high-speed Internet access. For executives looking to unwind between meetings, there’s a cozy residence lounge with a variety of magazines, complimentary tea service and a collection of hard-cover books.
-Rated 9.0 out of 10 from 854 guest reviews.
Nestled within the mountainous region of Hualien County, Silks Place offers one-of-a-kind access to the surrounding Taroko National Park. Guests can rent a bike, take a guided hiking tour or unwind at the acclaimed onsite spa. An assortment of daily activities – from kids’ cooking classes to aerobic dance – are also on offer to keep visitors of all ages entertained.
-Rated 9.3 out of 10 from 1,295 guest reviews
A boutique hotel with large, spacious living areas, Les Suites Taipei is a wonderful choice for longer-term guests. The rooms are stocked with bathrobes, plush bedding, a hair dryer, an iron and ironing board and a refrigerator. There’s also a tasty buffet breakfast on offer in the lobby each morning.
-Rated 9.1 out of 10 from 1,286 guest reviews
Thanks to its gilded furnishings and glitzy design, Hotel Eclat is a luxurious haven in the midst of Taipei City’s hustle and bustle. The thoughtful amenities here include express check-in and check-out, turndown service, laundry services and valet parking. Rooms also come complete with an audio system, a wide selection of CDs and DVDs and Nespresso coffee.
-Rated 9.4 out of 10 from 1,435 guest reviews.
Pretty much any whim or desire can be fulfilled at this ultra-glam hotel. From private butler service to complimentary shoe shining, guests here are pampered at every stage of their stay. And for health nuts, there are regular aerobics and yoga classes as well as a state-of-the-art gym to help keep fit.
–Rated 9.1 out of 10 from 756 guest reviews.
This Shangri-La property is every bit as impressive as its Tainan counterpart and has the distinction of being Taipei’s tallest hotel (which means lots of pretty incredible panoramas). The rooftop pool is a great place to check out these vistas as are the onsite assortment of restaurants and lounges. There’s also a cake shop onsite to assuage any sweet tooth.
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