5 Star Hotel in Taipei, Taiwan
Info About the Taipei Caesar Park Hotel
Address: No. 38, ZhongXiao W Rd., Section 1, ZhongZheng District
Telephone Number: (02) 2331.9944
Rates: Single rooms from NT$8,500; doubles from NT$9,000; differing suites available at NT$14,000, NT$16,000, and the “Caesar Suite” which comes in at NT$50,000
MRT: Taipei Main Station
Nearby Attractions: 228 Peace Park, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, XimenDing Pedestrian Shopping District
Facilities: Business center, health club and spa, roof garden with open-air massage services, safe boxes in guest rooms, complimentary internet in all guest rooms
I’m hungry: Checkers buffet (offers buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner), Dynasty Shanghainese fusion, and the Caesar Mall which offers a number of cafeteria-style options
More About the Taipei Caesar Park Hotel
The Caesar Park Hotel Taipei is under a kilometer from the Cosmos Hotel, which means that it has all the conveniences of being right next to Taipei Main Station – ease of transportation to and from the airport, efficient travel to the rest of Taipei and/or Taiwan and a lot of interesting tourist attractions.
Unlike Cosmos, though, Caesar Park Hotel is decidedly more modern and luxurious. Its website claims (without proof) that it was the first 5-star international chain opened in Taipei. Well, regardless of whether that’s true or not, it definitely lives up to 5-star expectations. The 21st floor’s rooftop garden (open April 1 – October 31) serves you tea and delivers open-air, underwater massages.
Like most Taipei hotels, recognizing the city’s draw for business travelers, a business center with conference and meeting rooms, computer services and more is available.
The Taipei Caesar Park Hotel’s rooms are a bit on the pricey side but are slick and minimalist, decked out with complimentary internet in guest rooms, which is surprisingly rare even in high-tech Taipei.
If you’re aiming for the top of the top, the “Caesar Suite” is huge, and the complimentary pineapple cake they give your for staying there might just be worth the extra NT$35,000 per night (or not).
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