Welcome to Taipei Hotels, your expert on Taipei accommodation and travel in 2017. For all our hotel bookings and availability inquiries we use Hotels Combined. The site not only provides the best deals but also has a trusted history with hotel operations across the globe.


Taipei Hotels is run by several expats in Taipei who originally met at local Chinese classes and since have been residing here for nearly a decade. Following their initial pursuits in Chinese Mandarin and interests in Chinese/Taiwan culture, each of the contributors have gone their own way ranging from teaching to running their own businesses. Throughout their endeavors, exploring Taipei has been a priority, and it was back in 2013 that they decided to combine forces related to their hotel and travel experiences throughout the city to create this site known as Taipei Hotels.

Aside from writing about hotels we had stayed at over the years, we spent our spare time on the weekends over a 1-year period visiting various hotels and asking that we stay either momentarily or overnight in order to complete our assessment. Luckily, most hotels have been accommodating and they have even allowed us to go beyond our stay, allowing us to test features provided such as conference room facilities and gym facilities. Following our field research efforts, we organized our findings, wrote up review articles, proofread each other’s work and then put it all together to create this site.

We spent many hours organizing our findings into various categories that we thought would be of benefit for travelers in Taipei, including Hotels by District, Hotels by MRT as well as Themed Hotels. We also thought from the perspective of a traveller and added various tidbits of information commonly asked by travelers, such as whether a hotel includes free Wi-Fi, airport pickup and travel packages. We even let you know what kind of mattresses and pillows are used for some of the hotels. If there is an aspect of travelling or FAQ related to hotels in Taipei, we feel we have most of it covered.

This site took several years in the making to complete. It is our way of bringing to light our interests and passion for travelling right here in Taipei and doing so in an honest manner that will give readers an in-depth look at what hotels best suit their needs, budget and overall experience for staying in Taipei. We have housed our own families and friends at hotels included in this site and have also gotten to know many of the management staff either through work or friends, so the hotels displayed represent our best findings so far.

Like most major cities across the globe there are a variety of hotels available so this site should be able to help you find what you are looking for. If you are looking for something specific and have a hard time finding it on this site, feel free to send us a request and we will try our best to get back to you. We aim to be as much of help as possible but do need to emphasize that it may be difficult at times to respond due to scheduling.

Overall, we hope your experience in Taipei will be an unforgettable one and booking the right accommodation will get you off to the right start. Make sure to check out the rest of the site’s articles on activities, food and drink in order to make the best of this site and your travels in Taipei.

Taipei Hotels ~

Recent Posts

Visiting the Old Houses in Qingtian 76

The Qingtian 76 located in the Qingtian Street of Taipei has attracted many visitors, because of the free street guide, the delicious food, and the featured Japanese styled old houses with over 80 years of history. Here, you can feel the quiet and retro atmosphere in a busy Taipei. The name of Qingtian 76 comes … [Read More]

Japanese Styled Tea Houses in Taipei

Zuo Zuo (Have a seat) Café The Zuo Zuo Café located in the Zhongshan Metro Station Business District. Just as the name has suggested, the store has a friendly atmosphere that welcomes the guest. The Thousand Layers of Green Tea Cake, made from the green tea powder from Koyamaen and Ippodo. The green tea flavored … [Read More]

Social Media Weighs in On Taipei Travel Hot Spots

Travel is actually easy: find a sunny weekend, change something light, take your backpack, and start going. Because the accommodation and the food are really convenient, you can go anywhere you like. Take a pretty picture and post it on Facebook and Instagram, gaining more followers, are not bad too. Popular Instagram, Facebook, the picture … [Read More]

Sichuan Noodles Found Near Taipei’s Gongguan Area

As a native Beijing, Maoli is like many students from mainland China, the thing we miss in China is the authentic pepper. Why is the pepper in Taiwan is sweet? It makes Maoli feel desperate because there is no spicy food here. Every time I went home for vacation, I have to bring a lot … [Read More]

Stinky Tofu Listed as the Top Food in Taipei’s Night Markets

In the night market of Taipei, a crispy stinky tofu with stinky smell from the outside to inside, if you eat with the kimchi made from pickled cabbage, and then pour with garlic sauce or soy sauce, sesame sauce, or spicy sauce, you will have a mouth full of crispy, sweet and sour taste, which … [Read More]