A 4-pax room is spacious and comfortable for 3-pax. Location is good and accessible to ximending and eateries around. Hotel should consider improving the sound proof surrounding. We could hear the unwinding of blind and closing/banging of doors of our neighbours while we were resting in our room.
This hotel is near to a MRT station (though need to walk for a few minutes) and there is 7-11 convenience store on the first floor of the same building.
Though the hotel is named "Just Stay", the room was so clean and comfortable. Also, the complimentary breakfast was good with a variety of foods.
Above all, the room rate was reasonable compared to the accommodation.
I recommend this hotel to others and I will definitely choose this hotel at my next stay.
Traveller from Tokyo, Japan
The hotel is located a brisk 2-minute walk from Ximen MRT station and a 45-minute drive from Taoyuan International …More
I have rated the hotel so I will not further talk about the facilities.
But I would like to say that I see a very good hostel with a heart warm environment. The success of this hostel relies on respect and cooperation of residents. It is glad to see how all people operates to create a good place.
The common area you will find it useful as it provides many basic information in Taiwan. It also provides computers, books for gathering information. I recommend for those who have no experience in visiting Taiwan.
Friendly and helpful staff. A little noisy with construction and hallway sound a little loud. But overall a wonderful stay. Great location and only a couple blocks to metro and surrounding shopping area.
So far there is not any bad experience during stay with this hotel.
That had one of wonderful thing they offering that upgraded our room to quadruple room instead of triple room.
Hotel is mrt station within 5-8 mins walking distance.
I'm strongly recommend for family group to consider on this hotel.
Sometimes called the Harajuku of Taipei, this fashion and shopping area in the northern part of Wanhua District has a thriving Japanese subculture. Closed to cars, its busy pedestrian avenues bustle with the intensity of Times Square. Ximending's many clubs draw young people from around the city and contain a lively LGBT community. Mengjia Longshan Temple is a 20 minute walk to the south.