The room although slightly small, was well equipped with a comfortable bed and the toilet came with a bathtub plus a seat warmer and cleaner for the toilet bowl. The room has everything you'd expect from a clean, modern hotel. This hotel is around 4-5 stops away from taipei main station.
Located in Zhongshan, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Xingtian Temple and within 3 mi (5 km) of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial …More
The hotel is very modern and polished. The staff from the concierge right up to the house keeping staff are all very polite, courteous and helpful.
The room amenities are very good and the house keeping personnel makes sure that it is kept neat and tidy with everything in their various places.
The restaurants that was serving breakfast can do with some improvements as the quality is mediocre given that this is such a posh hotel.
The hotel is also very close to the rail subway and is very convenient to move about towards various parts of Taipei with much convenience during the day or the night.
Traveller from Singapore
This family-friendly Taipei hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of Breeze Center and Sun Yat-Sen Memorial …More
This hotel experience was nice overall. The staff was pleasant and accommodating. The breakfast buffet, not included, offered a variety of primarily Asian-style food. My young son was not as impressed as I with the offerings.
Traveller from Okinawa, Japan
Located in Beitou, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Plum Garden and Beitou Hot Springs Park. National Palace Museum …More
I've stayed at a number of high-profile 5-star (and "7-star") hotels, and Shangri-La is among the best, if not the best hotel experiences I've had. The staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. I stayed in two rooms, and both were spacious and clean. Other amenities are also great (nice rooftop pool, spa, etc.).
The wifi speed is generally good (better than most hotels) but can slow down during busy periods.
Traveller from New York, NY
Located on the tree-lined Tun Hwa South Road, the Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Taipei stands 43 stories above the …More
Booked hotel airport transfer and they came with 7 series BMW. Check in was done in the comfort of the room assigned to me, which was a pleasant surprise.
Didn't have chance to try the breakfast or hotel facilities due to business meetings. The staff was fantastic, especially Vivian (hope I have her name correct), the lady at the concierge (I think). When I told her I have to check out really early at 6.45am and would not have time for breakfast, she immediately said she would arrange to pack breakfast for me on the go! Such a nice and considerate gesture that put a smile on my face.
There are LV and Chanel shops in the lobby. LV staff was fantastic - friendly and helpful (I know they are not part of hotel, but still, it is positive light they are giving out as a whole about the hotel).
The Zhong Shan station is really close and only 2 stops from the popular Xinmending and 4 stops from Shiling market.
Understand the hotel is undergoing refurbishing by phases. Hope to see a more updated, state-of-art Regent on my next visit.
Traveller from Singapore
Centrally located in the Taipei CBD, amid shopping and entertainments venues, this luxury Regent hotel is a five-minute walk …More
The hotel is very near to the Mrt exit within 3 mins walk. There are a few shops nearby the hotel such as bakery, cafe, 7-eleven. The hotel is central locate whereby you can take train or bus to taichung or other parts of taiwan. The bus from airport to Cosmo hotel drop us at the Taipei train east side and is within 5mins walking distance to the hotel.
Situated in the heart of Taipei, this hotel is steps from the Taipei Main subway station and the high-speed rail station …More
This residential district of Taipei is home to embassies and a large Western expatriate community, especially in the Tianmu area. See the treasure of Chinese emperors at the leviathan National Palace Museum or stroll the quiet ponds and pavilions of the Chinese gardens in Shuangxi Park. Visitors can also dine and shop late among countless stalls at Shilin Night Market, Taipei's most famous market.