Hotel was fantastic! The staff was professional, knowledgeable, and most courteous. The room and bathroom was very clean and modern. The breakfast buffet was excellent. The quality and variety of food was superb. The neighborhood is quiet with easy access to all modes of transportation.
Would highly recommend!
Good sized room with large hot spring tub, beautiful flowers right outside hotels. I saw over 3 couples over just 2 days coming to take wedding shots because of the nice flowers. It is close to the national park and the mountain. If you prefer countryside it is a very good option. As we hired a car it was convenient to go downtown too with just about 20 minutes drive.
We were welcomed very warmly, and all rooms for our group of 6 were correctly reserved. Rooms were wonderful! Outstanding breakfast buffet. Great luggage service during the next day. We will go there any time we are in Taipei.
My husband and I stayed at Mellow Fields Hotels for three nights. Even though the room is small, the clean and comfy bed more than makes up for it.
We especially enjoy the complementary breakfast buffet. The breakfast's produces and fruits are coming local farms. They cook variety of dishes that are so delicious, simple and healthy; we don't find them in California's Chinese restaurants.
Friendly hotel staff.
Nice hotel very conveniently located to our destination. Free breakfast buffet with free in room bottled water, snacks, and soda were great. Self serviced laundry facilities were very convenient. Staff members were helpful. Free WiFi was not that reliable and can use some improvement.
They is no one will open door for you at this hotel. You need to contact with a phone and wait for someone to show up to give you the key. Room is clean and small. Sometime if you are not lucky, you will have smoker guess at the next door. Some room are horrible small and no window. But very connivence, close shi-Li night market and MTR.
This residential district of Taipei is home to embassies and a large Western expatriate community, especially in the Tianmu area. See the treasure of Chinese emperors at the leviathan National Palace Museum or stroll the quiet ponds and pavilions of the Chinese gardens in Shuangxi Park. Visitors can also dine and shop late among countless stalls at Shilin Night Market, Taipei's most famous market.