First the good stuff: The location was ideal, on a Main Street and great for getting around the City and Taipei. The complimentary items in the room was always well stocked. The staff were very nice and always polite. A good place if you're on a tight budget and all you want to do is just use it as a base to rest.
Now the not-so-good stuff: The hotel is very tired and is need of modernisation. Our room wasn't very clean and there was a lot of dust on the floor under and behind the bed, looked as if wasn't properly cleaned in months. There was dust on the glass shelf and what appeared like cigarette ash beside the kettle.
The sink was leaking and despite reporting it to the staff it was not repaired. We had to boil the kettle several times to have a bath as the hot water only appeared to be on once per day. The carpets throughout the hotel was shampooed but they only cleaned around the furniture.
Breakfast: this was a traditional Taiwan breakfast so don't expect the 'Full-English' or any American stuff.More
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