Ambience Hotel – Taipei, Taiwan
A successful project of Wei Ming Lee and designer Ted Su, the Ambience Hotel Taipei is the first offbeat and sophisticated boutique hotel in Taiwan. It features 60 spacious suites decorated with polished steel, glass, calf-skin leather upholstery, and white granite. The hotel does not disappoint in terms of facilities because every room has high-speed wireless Internet access, a video-on-demand movie system, a 30-inch LCD TV, CDs, luxurious bath products and other amenities. Each suite’s bathroom always receives compliments because of the huge tub and bathing supplies. The hotel offers an intimate environment, perfect for couples and newlyweds. The property serves sumptuous and leisure breakfast-in-bed as well, so guests can start their day fully energized.
Taipei is the de facto capital of the Republic of China. At present the city is experiencing rapid economic development, which makes it one of the global cities that produces high-end technological products. As the political and financial center of Taiwan, Taipei is not your ordinary city and holds the record of the world’s largest foreign exchange reserves dating back to 1999, despite the economic crisis that hit Asia at that time.
Some of Taipei’s scenic spots that are near the Ambience Hotel are the Taipei 101 (the 101-floor landmark skyscraper), National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, Nation Palace Museum, Confucian Temple, and Lung Shan Temple. Yungkong Street, where you can find most Taiwanese restaurants and snacks, is nearby.
Traveling is made comfortable when you are in Taipei. With a hotel like Ambience Hotel Taipei, your travel experience might seem quite literally like you’re staying in paradise.
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Ambience Hotel – Taipei, Taiwan.