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TravelPod Member ReviewsMany Flower Business Hotel Taipei
The traditional taiwanese breakfast made this stay exceptional regardless of the old worn out Taiwan rooms. The internet only worked in the lobby although on the website it stated wireless access everywhere.
Location is amazing! Close to CSK Memorial Hall, MRT stations and many shops and restaurants.
Pleasant stay for 8 days!
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