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Xinyi District
9 reviews
This "grand building" next to the Taipei 101 tower has pastel rooms, and executive suites with "luxurious marble tubs" from which "you can watch the tower light up as the sun sets". — Condé Nast Traveler
8
6 reviews
An opulent five-star experience on a sleepy boulevard near Songshan Airport. — Lonely Planet
8
7 reviews
Regent Taipei has been a stalwart address for both well-heeled leisure and business travelers since it opened in 1990 — Forbes Travel Guide
8
4 reviews
The uber-trendy W Hotel Taipei sits in the shadow of Taipei 101, until recently the world's tallest skyscraper — Star Service
8
7 reviews
It is Taipei’s tallest hotel with a glass and stone exterior; it naturally caters to business travelers due to its location in the city’s business center. — Forbes Travel Guide
8
6 reviews
This used to be the Ritz, and it's still very ritzy indeed. — Lonely Planet
8
4 reviews
Located on a leafy street near numerous shopping and entertainment options, the red awnings of the slender Hotel Eclat Taipei give it the outer appearance of a Parisian cafe — Star Service
8
3 reviews
Located in Xinyi, Taipei’s bustling business and shopping district, Humble House Taipei unites soothing minimalist decor, an elegant collection of modern art and a premier location — Forbes Travel Guide
7
Shihlin District
2 reviews
Run by the very successful book chain of the same name, Eslite Hotel has 104 hush, plush rooms in white and olive green. — Lonely Planet
7
2 reviews
Part boutique hotel, part design showroom, this five-room bolthole in the centre of Taipei’s creative district introduces its guests to the many aspects of Taiwanese design — The Telegraph
7
3 reviews
Design-forward hotel in Taipei’s rapidly developing Eastern District with fabulous beds and thoughtful amenities. — Jetsetter
7
4 reviews
Well-run, well-designed five-star blending Chinese and Western aesthetics. There's top-notch service. — Lonely Planet
7
3 reviews
AMBA, run by the Ambassador Hotel, is clearly aimed at young, savvy 'lifestyle' travellers. — Lonely Planet
7
Songshan District
4 reviews
The Ambience Hotel raises the bar on mid-range properties, with its sleek white interiors and designer furniture. — Oyster
7
3 reviews
This one is larger, has more facilities and an attractive pool (lacking at the Landis Taipei), and it's more conservative in style. — Star Service
7
3 reviews
Originally a private club, this hot springs hideaway still feels exclusive. Water, stone and wood blend harmoniously in expansive rooms with private springs and LOccitane bath products. — Michelin Guide
7
3 reviews
Opened March 2019. — Condé Nast Traveler
7
2 reviews
In Beitou's seedier days, Spring City was one of the few good hotels here. The...lodging is still held in high regard. ... Outside, nine spring-fed pools provide relaxation. — Michelin Guide
7
2 reviews
Elegance personified, this conveniently located addition to the San Want group offers great rooms and solid personalized service and is deservedly popular with high-end businessmen. — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei is a solid three-and-a-half-pearl hotel located in the Da'an District, close to shopping and public transportation — Oyster
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