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June 28, 2007
by Scott Rains
San Jose, California
May 15, 2005
See my review at http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/18423/115892.
From journal Wheelchair Accessible Travel
July 22, 2002
Once you get past the driveway and the grandiose display of flags of prominent nations, you will enter an opulent lobby with Asian design influences throughout. The staff at the front desk is quite helpful, especially when I befuddled one particular young woman with a question about the location of a local baseball stadium and whether there was a game that evening. She even tried to call someone else to get some more information for me.
The hotel is geared to the international businessperson, with its own convention center, a bunch of restaurants and cocktail lounges, outdoor pool with snack bar, and a large valet parking lot with room for coach buses. Because of its elevated location, the fine rooms have outstanding views of the surrounding city. You can watch the daily air show of planes taking off and leaving at the nearby Sungshan Domestic Airport about two miles away. The Taipei Fine Arts Museum and the Martyrs Shrine are relatively close to the hotel, but if you are walking nothing will seem that close.
From journal Bill in Taiwan - TAIPEI