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Solo Singer Inn
During the early post-WWII boom decades, dozens of small family-run inns dotted the winding alleys of Beitou...
Well situated on the corner of Nanjing and Fuxing Rds, this midsized business hotel gets plenty of light and is close to bars and a host of good eateries (including the hotel's own popular dim sum). The hotel is literally adjacent to the MRT exit.
Sheraton Grande Taipei Hotel
Smack in the centre of Taipei's government district, the Sheraton is a well-run, well-designed five-star blending Chinese and Western aesthetics...
The Grand Hotel
This landmark Taipei hotel is a pleasant if kitchsy place to stay, with excellent English service, a range of top-notch restaurants, and dreamy views over the Keelung River (the hotel rests on the side of Jiantan Mountain)...
Chyuan Du Spring Resort
A quick walk from the Xinbeitou station, the Chyuan Du is a decent midprice option for visiting fun-seekers, with free in-room Wii games, wi-fi, flat-screen TVs, and yes, in-room hot springs...
La Flower Sea Resort
This lovely hotel sits on the banks of the Danshui River, just a few blocks north of Danshui's main action. Try to get a room in the rear so you can sit on the balcony and watch the sun set over the Taiwan Strait.
See You Hotel
A tower of fresh, modern rooms close to the train station. Rooms have Jacuzzis and are spacious at the NT$3200 level. The location is close to both Taipei Main Station and Ximending.
The Westin Taipei
If high-priced American-style hotels are what you like, then the high-rise Westin, with its 288 rooms, piano bar and a dozen food and beverage outlets, won't disappoint. An indoor pool means that you can swim all year.
Fu Hau Hotel
Just south of the MRT, the intimate and modern Fu Hau is perfectly situated for travel around the city in any direction, especially with the new Xinyi Line to Taipei 101 opening...
Rooms are larger than most in this price range, though the decor is in line with basic notions of modern midrange comfort. There's a good breakfast buffet, a small gym and business centre, and staff speak decent English...
Taipei International Hotel
Eurasian in feel and well located at the corner of Linsen N Rd for eating and drinking, the International has English-speaking staff, a slick ground-floor cafe, and standard business-style rooms: think white cotton spreads, upholstered chairs, neutral...
Its decor is a little dated and the rooms are a bit musty. However, its location is excellent: near shopping and surrounded by dining (with lots of Japanese restaurants nearby).
Directly across from the Xindian MRT station (50m from where the airport bus drops you off) is this refurbished hotel with friendly staff, updated rooms, and a good little cafe on the ground floor.
Landis Resort Yangmingshan
With its low-slung profile, slate surfaces and lots of grainy wood, this intimate resort feels inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Rooms in the deluxe category and up have hot-spring baths but any guest may use the spa and indoor/outdoor pools...
Renovated in 2012, Puri sports a fresh, trendy look that matches the youthful vibe of Ximending. In fact, it's located down a well-known alley lined with speciality clothing shops. There's plenty to do and see just outside the front door.
The First makes the most of its four-decade-old shell and smallish rooms with renovated facilities, free wi-fi and several restaurant options. For friendliness, the staff can't be beat.
Hotel Rega Lees
A few blocks east of the Ying Chuan Rd Night Market and within good walking distance of all Danshui's sights and smells. Located at the bottom of the hill leading up to the university, the hotel is popular with parents visiting students.
The Moon Hotel
'A lovely place for lovers', reads the business card, and if it's a real Taipei 'love hotel' experience you're looking for, well, you've found it...
Right next door to the Beautiful Hotel, the Bitan is slightly cheaper but a step down in quality. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, and some have swinging porch chairs (a nice, though somewhat odd, touch).
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...
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.