Friday, February 19, 2010

Where to stay in Taipei?

City Suites Taipei is classified as a boutique hotel and frequently stayed in by business people. The external building may not seem that impressive, but to sum it up the whole atmosphere of the hotel is cosy-just like home. The interior of this hotel is very much inspired by Japanese deco and furniture, as it has been a long time favourite among Japanese tourists and business people.
 On the ground floor, there is the lobby area and a special study lounge. Guests have free internet access, magazines, newspapers, self-service coffee and tea and indoor games.

The hotel rooms are very spacious and is fully equipped with all the basic facilities. In addition, guests are welcomed with a fresh fruit platter consisting of an apple, banana and orange. The rooms are very pleasant, comfortable and clean. If you want to chill out, simply turn on the television for hundreds of channels to choose from, ranging from BBC news to the local Taiwanese dramas.

I would give a big thumbs up for the buffet breakfast at the hotel. The ambiance is very cosy and quiet as the area is carpeted and area is not very large. The buffet line was very good with a mix of Western, fusion and Chinese cooking.The food was all very fine like seafood salads, dim sum and duck slices. The F & B service is also great.

Overall, this hotel is reasonably priced considering it is located in the capital city, Taipei. It is strategically located among various shopping malls which are within walking distance. No photos were taken, you can check out City Suites Taipei for the close-up photos.

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