Make sure you check-in to one of these Taipei hotels that promise nothing but a comfortable and secure stay at budget-friendly rates.
After an exhausting day of shopping, food tripping or learning about Taiwan’s rich cultural heritage, you’ll definitely enjoy your stay in these accommodations.
Check out our top recommendations for the best hotels in Taipei:
Just a stone’s throw away from Taipei 101, Pacific Business Hotel is nestled in the heart of Xinyi district.
Rooms come fitted with comfortable beddings, a 32” LCD TV, a DVD player, and french doors that open up to your balcony.
Even more, if guests feel like heading out to explore, then they’d be happy to know that they’re just five minutes away from major tourist spots and shopping centers.
Uncompromising on location and comfort, Swiio Hotel is a force to be reckoned with amidst the shopping, nightlife and cultural hub of Taipei.
With 50 rooms that exude warmth and comfort, guests can enjoy a good night’s sleep, room service, free wifi, airport transfer and more.
The hotel is just a stone’s throw away from Ximending, Tien-ho Temple and Cinema Theme Park.
If there’s one thing that puts a hotel on the map, it’s the impeccable services guests receive from the hotel employees.
Review after review speaks well of Rich Garden Hotel, but a majority attest to the graciousness, helpfulness and warmth guests felt from the staff.
Always willing to lend a hand, the staff or well-versed in several languages and seemingly go above and beyond to ensure a great stay.
Located in Datong District, CU Hotel Taipei has 87 modernly designed rooms that are both comfortable and budget-friendly for travelers.
Each room has a flat-screen TV, central air-conditioning system, free Wifi, toiletries and more to ensure a realizing stay.
The hotel also boasts of a fitness center, self-service laundry room, conference room and a restaurant that’ll be able to satisfy even the most discerning palettes.
With a total of 63 guest rooms, YoMi was built with the traveler on-the-go in mind. Aside from clean rooms at budget-friendly prices, they also have free laundry service to help you pack lighter.
Bicycles can also be used for free – that way guests can easily get around and explore Taipei.
It is also just a few minutes away from several stations that can easily bring guests to a number of tourist spots around the city.
With its minimalistic interiors and pops of color, VIA Hotel in Ximen gives off a warm and hipster vibe, welcoming weary travelers to one of the four VIA hotels in Taiwan.
Apart from the usual complimentary fast internet connection, guests can help themselves to the free self-service laundry, small kitchen, they can purchase snacks at the hotel’s 24/7 mini store and more.
With calming colors and a hip design, Muzik Hotel is the best place to be at after a long day of exploring Taipei.
Travelers can fall back onto their beds that come with reputable mattress brand, The Tai, watch a couple of shows on the 32” flat screen TV, or snack away with the hotel’s free light snacks.
Just a few steps away from a trendy shopping district, lined with restaurants and other upscale establishments – Westgate Hotel has 121 rooms designed with their guests comfort and well-being in mind.
This hotel is perfect for families as not only are there family rooms, great restaurants, free Wifi and more – but there is also strictly no smoking on the premises.
Located right across the famous Shihlin night market, the Grandee Taipei is a work of art in itself. With luxurious yet sleek interiors, guests feel welcomed and highly-valued as soon as they step into the lobby.
Each guest room comes with calming earth tones, top notch bathing facilities, air conditioning, satellite TV, free Wifi and daily breakfast buffet.
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