"Very modern and good hotel for Zhongsan of Taipei."
I found this hotel modern, very clean and a great breakfast for a high-end, mid-line hotel. It is not the Hyatt but a super hotel that one can depend on quality and safety along with helping find tours and restaurants. I used this as a good base for walking or taking the subway (even better than San Francisco's BART) to great temples, local markets and museums. There are opportunities in the area for good, cheap local eateries and coffee shops to taking a taxi to a fancy restaurant. It is very close to a subway station or even an inexpensive bus to the airport. It is probably not for the student, economical traveler unless needing a good place once in a while for a luxurious diversity. The staff was most helpful and the hotel offers money changing for customers.
Everyone talks about providing excellent service or excellent customer satisfaction. But what separates a great customer service from excellent service is defined by how the service representative solve a problem when you are in a jam. In this case, Flora the customer service rep step up to the plate to help me find a new room when the room that was assigned to me ran into some problems. Instead of asking me to live with the shortcomings, Flora took control of the situation and make sure that the problem was not only solved, but meets or exceeds the expectations.
Congrats to Fortune Hyatt for having an excellent staff on its team. Looking forward to my next visit to your hotel.
Everything is excellent !! The owner is very helpful and friendly !! The room is new, clean, bed is comfortable, walking distance to MRT.. just tat the room might be bit small.. and bit noisy as it is right besides road but it's ok if the window is close. Overall, i am happy staying there..
Good location, very close to MRT station. Friendly staff.
We stayed for 2 nights and didn't understand that why they upgraded room for us but very appreciated it.
Something wrong with A/C in the first night with water leakage.
It was good overall and I'd recommend it :)
A quiet district on the east bank of the Tamsui River, Datong has several Qing Dynasty Confucian temples and is known for its Lunar New Year celebrations. Check out Dihua Street with its distinctive Japanese colonial and Qing Dynasty architecture. Visit during February when the street fills with a festive night market. Datong is served by the Orange and Red MRT lines and the Taipei Bus Station.