United Hotel

Address: No.200 Kwang-Fu South Road, Da'an District, Taipei, 106, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 大安区 area of Taipei, is near Taipei 101, Chiufen, National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine, and Lin An Tai Historical Home.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsUnited Hotel Taipei

    Reviewed by stickpjw

    Good location, friendly service

    Reviewed Oct 22, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Singapore , Singapore Flag of Singapore

    • Located very close to the metro station and Taipei 101.
    • Rooms are moderately large, with large bathroom and clean interior
    • Breakfast has a wide range of selection
    • Helpful and professional concierge

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews United Hotel Taipei

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Taipei

    Catching up!

    A travel blog entry by lairdarmstrong on Apr 09, 2015


    ... we were reminded of the truly international nature of the organization.
    We grabbed a tour bus and shot through taipei and out into the mountains. We climbed for about an hour through winding mountain roads, with deep lush jungle all around. At times we passed small, beautifully decorated shrines built by local families to honour their ancestors. The gold mine was at the top of a lovely old village that had been preserved as a tourist ...

    Made in Taiwan

    A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Apr 02, 2015

    6 photos

    ... range at this museum is truly outstanding. Even within a single category, such as ceramics, pieces range over multiple dynasties, and even back to Neolithic times—which means thousands of years.

    We are on Level 3 which contains bronzes, weapons and ritual vessels, and Ming and Qing dynasty carvings. There is also the stunning jade collection, covering weapons, teapots, jewelry, ritual objects and the jade cabbage. ...

    3 months over!

    A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Mar 26, 2015

    10 photos

    ... in my iPhone and that most of my local friends speak English anyway.. In reality the most Mandarin I speak in a day is some very limited and routine scripts when buying my meals. Oh if only I could be one of 'those' people, who comes here to study and doesn't have to work. Quietly hating them more and more every week. I have been slowly adding new words or phrases to my vocabulary, but considering I am a quarter of the way through ...

    Your Daily Dose of East Asian Politics

    A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jul 26, 2014

    ... out. There are about 30 students here (15 from the US and 15 from Taiwan). The conference is supposed to be about developing cross-cultural relationships, learning about Taiwan, and discussing international issues as the world's "future international leaders" (not sure about that last part). We're achieving some of those goals, and the student leaders have an impressive list of guest speakers (including the woman who is very likely to be the next president of Taiwan), but I'm ...

    Touch down and smile!

    A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx on Feb 23, 2014

    36 photos

    ... were pretty good if a little unguided, but at least I get to know a little bit more about the guy that is responsible for the development of Taiwan into its present state today.

    Lunch & Taipei 101
    More of a random side visit since we finished our first stop early. Lunch was at Din Tai Fung, which trashed the Singapore outlet hands down. Where to start? For one, the xiaolongbao is 10x better. The service staff ...