Reused Hostel



2F, No.156, Wenling North Road Beitou District TaipeiSee nearby area


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Services & facilities

  • Air Conditioning
    • Air Conditioning
    • Ceiling Fan
  • Bar
    • Bar
    • Nightclub
  • Recreation
    • Book Exchange
    • DVD's
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Cafe
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free WiFi
    • Internet Access
  • Housekeeping
    • Available
  • Luggage storage
    • Luggage Storage
  • Guest services
    • Tours/Travel Desk

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The owner of Reused Hostel is also a visual artist and sound producer. The property is also known as Reused Lab, which usually works for digging in to underground music and also performing and doing exhibition. The owner built hostel by with own efforts. One room can stay two people and four dorm bed. Reused Hostel also have Artist Residency program, and open for artist to apply anytime. more detail, please follow us on:

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The rooms are on 3rd floor with Living room, kitchen and bathroom. The owner usually stays at 2nd floor, you definitely have private space. And if you love to, please go downstair-2nd floor Studio hang out with us,even you just wanna sit by the window and just doing sun bathing.

Guests could experience the property creative and unique old school style design and decoration. Stay here, guests can taste the ture Taiwan creative culture more than just a simple bed. we love vinyl, Dj, Digging culture, and underground music all over the world. Join us, and let us tell you some REAL Taipei city!

Reused Hostel is located in Peitou District, Taipei where is nearby famous Shihlin Night Market.
From Mingde Mrt Station, it takes only 8-10 minutes walk to the property.
From Mingde Mrt Station to Taipei Main Station (the center of Taipei transportation), it only takes 12 minutes by subway.

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