£34 - £148
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN TAIPEI CITY||Datong District||54% cheaper||Hotels in Datong District are the cheapest in Taipei City at just £34 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN TAIPEI CITY||Beitou District||49% more expensive||Beitou District has the highest priced hotels in Taipei City with rooms averaging £148 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN TAIPEI CITY||Zhongshan District||72% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Zhongshan District than any other neighbourhood in Taipei City|
If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Taipei City nearest to Taipei 101, you should expect to pay around £84/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under £84/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Taipei 101. Hotels near Taipei 101 are typically 32% more expensive than the average hotel in Taipei City, which is £56.
|Low season||September||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||August||most expensive time to stay|
|77%||expected price decrease|
|42%||expected price increase|
£16 - £111
|Highest day of week||Tuesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£104||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£21||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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Regardless of where you book your Taipei City Hotel, you will have no issues getting around. Taiwan has a great metro and subway system called MRT, and it makes traveling throughout the city extremely easy. You will need to purchase a youyouka, a rechargeable card, in order to ride the MRT and city buses. This card is quite affordable. Book cheap hotels in Taipei City close to an MRT station in a neighbourhood like Ximending or Xinyi at the S Aura Hotel or the Kimpton Da An Taipei-An Hotel.
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For business travelers who want to be in the middle of the city’s hustle and bustle, find cheap hotels in Taipei City in the Taipei Main Station District or in the Songshan District located close to the airport at hotels like Alper Hotel or Fortune Inn. For travelers who want something off the beaten track, book hotels in Taipei City in the Ximending District like the Aloft Taipei Zhongshan or the Citizenm Taipei North Gate. For couples who want to try out a luxurious resort close to night clubs, head to the Xinyi District at hotels like the Grand Hyatt Taipei or the W Taipei. Foodies will want to stay in the Da’an District, which is well known for its food markets, look into hotels like Proverbs Taipei or the Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Taipei.
Taiwan’s dynamic capital has a lot to offer for tourists. Come see the changing of the guards at Chiang Kai-shek in the Zohnzheng District by the Tamsui-Xinyi Line, get a stunning panoramic view of the city from Elephant Mountain in the Da’an District or check out the free museums on the Bopiliao Old Street in the Wanhua District, both off the Bannon line. To get a sense of Taiwanese culture, meet a friend for coffee at the Grand Hotel in the Zhongshan District and then walk over to the Martyr’s Shrine, a memorial to those who perished fighting in the Chinese Civil War. The bustling action at the Shilin Night Market, in the Shilin District off either the Bannon or Tamsui-Xinyi Line and the Danshui Old Street in the old fishing village of Danshui, are not to be missed.
The Shida neighbourhood, off the Tamsui-Xinyi Line, used to be home to the city’s biggest night market and is still a great place to find something to eat. Go there to try beer noodle soup, scallion and daikon pancakes, pork pepper buns and braised pork rice. The nearby Gongguan neighbourhood, off the Songshan-Xindian Line, also houses a number of great food stalls and bars along its maze of tiny streets. The Daan neighbourhood, off the Fuxing Main Line, has many well-known restaurants and is especially popular amongst the city’s ex-pats. By Fisherman’s Warf, take a stroll and some pictures over the Lover’s Bridge and find a spot to enjoy one of the many excellent Taiwanese seafood dishes. Be sure to try the famous Taiwanese bubble tea while you are in Taipei, which comes in hundreds of flavours.
Taipei City is a great place to stay in order to attend some of the country’s well-known events. A trip to the Jinshan District, which can be reached by bus line 1815, will take you to the Jinshan Fire Fishing Festival in May, a fascinating local event seeking to boost interest in the dying sport. A day trip on the Fuxing Shuttle from Taipei City to the Gongliao District of New Taipei City will bring you front and centre to the Fulong Sand Sculpting festival in April, featuring hundreds of impressive sand sculptures along a beautiful stretch of Taiwanese beach. People also travel to Taipei City in September to visit one of Taiwan’s most famous festivals, the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival, located in the nearby village of Pingxi, which is reachable by the Fuxing Shuttle. Consider staying at hotels by the Taipei Main Station in the Zhongzheng District for easy access to all of these events.
Visiting Taipei City for 5 nights is the most common choice for our users.
£82 per night is the average rate for a room when booking a hotel in Taipei City. Prices will differ depending on factors such as star rating, time of year and location.
The cheapest month to book a hotel in Taipei City is September. The cost of your room could be as much as 76% cheaper than in peak months.
Hotel rooms in Taipei City are generally cheapest on Tuesday and more costly on Monday.
Taipei City hostels and hotels with a 2 star rating and below charge around £32 for a bed per person. This will be around £50 under the cost of a typical Taipei City hotel.
Areas such as Da’an District, Nangang District, Zhongzheng District and Neihu District prove popular amongst people booking a hotel in Taipei City.
While temperatures are typically very high in Taipei City during July, there is a higher chance for rainfall as the average for the month is about 239 mm. Taking into account the higher potential for rain in July, those staying at a hotel in Taipei City should plan to visit popular indoor attractions such as Ximending Night Market and Raohe Street Night Market.
WE Come Hostel
2f No.26 Gangu Street, Taipei City, Taiwan
Kimpton Da An Hotel
No. 25, Lane 27, Section 4, Ren'ai Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
2F, No.78, Section 1 Zhonghua Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
Taipei Radium Kagaya International Hotel
No.236, Guangming Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
Park Taipei Hotel
No.317, Sec. 1, Fu-Xing S. Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan
Yi Su Hotel Taipei
No.116, Sec. 1, Chongqing N. Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan
Fx Hotel Taipei Nanjing East Road Branch
No. 131, Sec. 3, Nanjing E. Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan
Hotel Cozzi Minsheng Taipei
No. 178, Sec 2, Minsheng E. Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan
Just Sleep - Ximending
5f, No. 41, Sec. 1, Zhonghua Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan
Mgh Mitsui Garden Hotel Taipei Zhongxiao
No. 30, Sec. 3, Zhongxiao E. Rd., Taipei City, Taiwan
Hotel Resonance Taipei, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
No. 7 Linsen S. Rd, Happy Village, Taipei City, Taiwan
12F, No. 219, Sec. 2, Chang-an East Road, Taipei City, Taiwan