W Taipei, Taiwan – Hotel Review

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A long counter top accompanied by a leather, non-ergonomic, chair provided a suitable work space, particularly as it was one of the few locations in the room with easily accessible power outlets.

An unexpected, yet appreciated, feature was the cozy window seat, positioned to overlook the city. Complete with a modest mattress, pillow, and blanket, it provided a delightfully relaxing space to catch up on work, or to relax after the end of a long day in the city.

Separated from the living space by adjustable floor to ceiling wooden blinds, the bathroom offered a soaking tub and a rainforest-style walk-in shower. The sink and its side-counter were lined with every imaginable bath product, most of which bore the well-known Bliss brand.


The use of wooden accents and cultural nods such as the large Taiwanese-style lantern lighting fixture, alongside modern tech gave it a very inviting and relaxing feel.


Wireless internet is available in each room for 400TWD, or about $12US, per day. It was both fast and reliable during my stay. It is available at no charge in the lobby as well as in the restaurants and bars.

The hotel provides a large number of meeting and event spaces, both on lower and upper floors, boasting just shy of 27,000 square feet (2,508 square meters) of space. Some of the upper floor meeting spaces enjoy excellent views of the surrounding city, including the iconic Taipei 101 skyscraper just a few blocks away.

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