Must-see hotels in Taroko National Park

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    Silks Place Hotel

    This luxurious 160-room hotel makes liberal use of wood and stone, and has a rooftop infinity pool that surveys the Taroko Gorge with a fireplace area…

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    Taroko Village Hotel

    Run by members of the Taroko tribe, in part as a way to illustrate their culture and history, this comfortable, low-rise resort consists of 18 two-room…

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    Liiko Hotel

    One of the Taroko region's best options, Liiko Hotel offers top-quality rooms, English-speaking staff, an artistically contemporary foyer and unstuffy…

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    Taroko Lodge

    This hard-to-find place is very much a homestay in the old sense: three very ordinary rooms in a family home whose charm lies in the garden, tree-lined…

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    Liwu Inn

    This older hotel has a foyer of large rock-and-wood art and 19 large bedrooms with sashes on comfortable new beds and partly updated bathrooms. Separately…

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    Kuan YunYouth Activity Centre

    A remote but very handy overnight break for cyclists crossing Taiwan via Rte 8, this hostel sits at an altitude of 2374m, offering mattress-on-floor dorms…

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    Tienhsiang Youth Activity Centre

    If you want to sleep in the heart of the park and don't mind a dated, institutional vibe, this place is perfectly bearable if far from a bargain.

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    Basic, free-of-charge camping is permitted on two small grassy areas, down a short flight of steps towards the river from the main road at Km170.7.

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    Heliu Campground

    Campsite offering 12 board-floored, bivouac spaces for tents. Toilets and cold showers available.

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    Catholic Hostel

    Rooms are old and basic and management seem pretty disinterested, but it's right in the heart of the national park with a fine perch overlooking a sweep…