AddressNo. 165, Linsen 1st Road KaohsiungSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This hotel has 158 ultramodern and sleek rooms with enormous beds, inside a completely renovated building. The dark-hued furniture blends well with the wooden-planked walls and muted contemporary decor. There’s also a beautiful rooftop lounge where you can enjoy breakfast or sip cocktails.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Dùa and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Kaohsiung.
Description provided by property
Kaohsiung Hotel Dùa is conveniently situated within a minute’s walk from Formosa Boulevard MRT Station and a 7-minute walk to the popular Liuhe Night Market. It features a fitness centre and provides free Wi-Fi access in the entire property.
Elegantly furnished, air-conditioned rooms are fitted with carpet flooring, a personal safe, a flat-screen satellite TV and seating area. Fridge, minibar and tea/coffee making facilities are also provided. The en suite bathroom includes a bathtub, hairdryer, shower and free toiletries.
Available roun-the-clock, the front desk staff at Kaohsiung Hotel Dùa can assist guests with luggage storage and meeting/banqueting facilities. Travel arrangements can be made at the tour desk.
Housing 3 dining options, Yuepin restaurant serves Chinese cuisine and tasty Hong Kong dim sum. étage 15 offers Western dishes and provides buffet breakfast, while a wide range of beverages are available at Dùa Café.
Kaohsiung Hotel Dùa is within a 10-minute drive to Kaohsiung Railway Station, Shinkuchan shopping district and the famous Love River. Kaohsiung International Airport and Zuoying High Speed Railway Station are a 30-minute drive away.
Services & facilities
- 24-hour front desk
- Tour desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Restaurant (buffet)
- Free WiFi
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