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Turn your stay into a moment of ultimate comfort by staying at our 4-star hotels in Taiwan. Located off the southeast coast of mainland China, the ancient Ilha Formosa, the "Beautiful Island", has some great surprises in store for you. From Taipei to Tainan, discover it while enjoying the modern and refined setting of our establishments.

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Our selection of luxury hotels in Taiwan

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Golden Tulip Aesthetics Hotel Miaoli
Zhunan Township

golden tulip aesthetics hotel miaoli

2 km from the city center
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GOLDEN TULIP FAB HOTEL NEW TAIPEI
NEW TAIPEI

Hotel golden tulip fab hotel new taipei

1 km from the city center

Good to know before you go

  • Explore Taipei by night by exploring Shuangcheng Street and Chingkuang Market
  • Enjoy an incomparable view from the 89th floor of the Taipei 101 tower
  • Sample Taiwanese specialties: luobatang, bazang, jiaotsu, etc.
  • Tour the temples in Tainan
  • Go sail boating in Taijiang National Park
  • Visit Lanyu, the island of orchids and flying fish

Discover our 4-star hotels in Taiwan

Explore an amazing destination by staying in our comfortable hotels in Taiwan. From the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial to the Longshan Temple and Taipei 101 tower, you’ll have the opportunity to discover the riches of the Taiwanese capital. Day or night, you will be swept away by the dynamism of Taipei. Head south and climb on a flat-bottom boat to explore the natural wonders of Taijiang National Park. On this occasion, stop for a luxurious stay between tradition and modernity in our 4-star hotels in Tainan, which have all the necessary comfort you need to relax after a day of sightseeing. Located on the border of West and North District, our establishments are centrally located in the cultural capital of Taiwan and are excellent starting points for visiting Kenting National Park. Famous for its sandy beaches framed by lush mountains, Kenting is also the port from where ferries start to Lanyu, the island of orchids and flying fish.

What is there to do in Taiwan?

To visit Taiwan means exploring Taipei, the modern and effervescent capital. Starting with admiring two of the country's must-see symbols: the National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, dedicated to the father of the Republic of China, and the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial, erected in honor of the former president of Taiwan. To continue your exploration, it is at night that you will appreciate the lively life of Shuangcheng Street, famous for its row of pubs and clubs, as well as the Chingkuang market and its street canteens where you can grab snacks to eat on the go. On the southwest coast, ourhotels near the temples of Confucius and the great celestial empress of Tainan allow you to comfortably discover the country's oldest city. Off the southeast coast, Lanyu Island will charm you with its untouched seabed and cultural traditions, which have been jealously guarded for centuries by the Yami tribe.

Top specialties in Taiwanese cuisine

Make the most of your stay in our hotels in Taiwan to get to know the country's gourmet customs. Discover new flavors influenced by Chinese and Japanese heritage. Taste the salty and sweet specialties typical of Taiwanese gastronomy in our Golden Tulip restaurants. Give in to the temptation and enjoy crab or rice croquettes on bamboo tubes. Order a bowl of "Buddha jumps over the wall", a traditional soup combining seafood and including scallops, pork ribs and mushrooms. In the markets, try the "luobatang" (radish, rice and pork soup), the "bazang" (sticky rice, pork and mushrooms) and the "jiaotsu" (steamed meat or vegetable ravioli). Among the essentials of the Taiwanese culinary universe you’ll also find Oolong, Wen Shan Bao Zhong or Tie Guan Yin teas which accompany all meals.