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This is a beautiful hotel, which seems to be mismanaged? The facilities are all here: in room hotspring, pool, spa facility, beautiful areas for relaxing and reading, great views. And yet, it lacks the detail you would expect from a so-called 'luxury' resort (let alone a hotel costing +$200usd per night). A 'fresh coat of paint' is needed on most surface. The rooms need better humidity and temperature controls given the sulphur humidity. The staff should have competent English skills. The breakfast room shouldn't feel like a hocker kitchen. This hotel at $150 per night would be a value. But if you are going to call yourself 'luxury' the standards need to be of a world class quality. Don't get me wrong, we had a lovely and relaxing stay. The in room spa was magical and the Japanese style room is lovely. In short, this place could be the best hotel in the north of Taiwan if only it were better managed as a world class luxury resort. Yours Sincerely, Missed Expectations.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This place was five stars for customer service, breakfast and bathing room facilities. There is a little bit of noise that can be heard between rooms but there are signs posted reminding you to keep quiet. Also great location next to the creative arts shopping area and easy access to the metro (MRT). There was even a violin serenading us during one of the morning breakfasts!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Ready made shopping district
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reviewed 4 months ago
My wife and I enjoyed tier services. Very professional, great facilities, good English, variety of massages. Willing to come to your local villa (pay for their taxi).
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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This is one of those secret places which you almost don't want to tell people about... a proper tea house, called the 'moon inn' is something you'd expect to find in an iconic martial arts film. Set atop the steep hills just outside Taipei, just a fifteen minute walk from the top of the gondola. Tea served traditionally, it will welcome the weary traveller at all times of the day especially when the moon is shining overhead lighting up the tea fields from which you drink. For those Westerners wanting to experience the real thing, this is the place for you. If you're lucky you might even encounter a Taoist or Buddist monk, make sure you show them the greatest of respect for this sacred place!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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reviewed 4 months ago
Delicioso! A delicious South American flavour explosion, and perfect brunch treat before going to the museum.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago