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Budget hotels & hostels
Guesthouses and B&Bs
City Hut 1828
Also called Dorm 1828, this hostel is a magnificent choice comparable to midrange digs...
Solo Singer Inn
During the early post-WWII boom decades, dozens of small family-run inns dotted the winding alleys of Beitou...
Housed in a renovated traditional compound, this good-value B&B has seven pristine wood-beamed rooms. The host, Jiang Lin, is a conservationist and a fount of knowledge on architecture in Kinmen.
Hovering somewhere between a midrange and a superior business hotel, the Cosmos offers tight service, a flashy lobby, rooftop gym, and somewhat mismatched decor in its generously sized rooms...
The rooms are a bit small, but the hotel is well kept, and as far as location goes the place is a good deal.
Hope City Fushing Hotel
This mid-priced business hotel keeps you on the Fuxing main drag, close to restaurants, cafes, bars and the MRT for maximum travel convenience...
East Dragon Hotel
This comfortable 70-room hotel just outside the Ximending pedestrian plaza is popular with tourists from around Asia. Rooms are a bit small and dated, but there are daily 20% to 25% discounts.
With its European exterior and comfortable rooms, the Riviera is a favourite with business travellers and those looking for a quiet oasis within walking distance of some of Taipei's busiest nightlife districts, not to mention the Fine Arts Museum...
This popular business hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the MRT on busy Minsheng Rd. Rooms are spacious and neatly arranged (the decor is a little dated) and deluxe rooms feature inset bathtubs and saunas for just a few hundred NT$ more...
Just a short walk from either the City Council metro station or Liuhe Night Market, this good-value choice is the best gateway to the market action, but is also far enough away not to be disturbed by it...
Hotel Mi Casa
This stylish business hotel stands out for its Japanese minimalist design, good prices and extras such as complimentary breakfasts. It’s located behind the train station.
Chateau Beach Resort
There's a light, breezy, whimsical and secluded feel to the pastel-coloured Chateau, the only resort in Kenting to sit right on the beach. Room interiors could have come from anywhere, but the dazzling views of the sea and mountains are pure Kenting.
Don’t be put off by the awful building exterior because inside, on the 3rd floor, this budget hotel provides well-sized and clean rooms, good breakfast and an excellent location right opposite the train station.
Taipei House International Youth Hostel
This travellers hostel offers clean and comfortable dorm beds in a fun part of town.
This aged dame may be a bit frayed around the edges, but she still attracts guests from all points on the map with the cheapest dorm beds in town...
Formosa Backpackers Hostel
Run by young, friendly, English-speaking Taiwanese, Formosa is great value for money. There's laundry service, a guest kitchen, a small cafe and bar, an English library, and free pick-up from the train station...
Everything you want in a hostel: bright, clean, inexpensive and run by a friendly, well-travelled local who speaks your language (English anyway). It's also just a five-minute walk from the train station...
Holo Family House
Directly south of Taipei Main Station, atop a shopping mall, this well-run (if slightly institutional in feel) hostel has brightly painted and clean six-bed dorms and private rooms...
Eight Elephants Hostel
Located in a quiet neighbourhood of twisting alleys that lead unexpectedly to ornate temples and old houses, this clean and serene hostel has a basement entertainment spot with stereo, TV and public computers...
Cozy Planet Hostel
Tucked away in two storeys of a residential building, this hostel really makes you feel at home. Dorms (from two- to six-bed) are spick and span, and the private rooms are simple yet pleasant...
Kenting Youth Hostel
This backpacker hostel is nothing to write home about but the beds and the bathrooms are reasonably clean. All rooms are windowless but there are ACs. It’s the cheapest but decent option in the park, so it fills up quickly, especially on weekends...
This IKEA showroom–like hostel has squeaky-clean dorms and rooms, a well-equipped kitchenette and welcoming hosts who are a fount of knowledge on the city.