£45 - £104
|CHEAPEST CITY IN TAIWAN||Taoyuan City||32% cheaper||Hotels in Taoyuan City are the cheapest in Taiwan at just £45 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN TAIWAN||Yuchi Township||37% more expensive||Yuchi Township has the highest priced hotels in Taiwan with rooms averaging £104 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN TAIWAN||Taipei City||65% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Taipei City than any other city in Taiwan|
If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Taiwan nearest to Taipei 101, you should expect to pay around £70/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under £70/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Taipei 101. Hotels near Taipei 101 are typically 11% more expensive than the average hotel in Taiwan, which is £62.
|Low season||June||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||October||most expensive time to stay|
|62%||expected price decrease|
|53%||expected price increase|
£23 - £129
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Thursday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£92||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£36||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
For convenient and reliable access to major attractions in Taiwan, consider finding accommodation in Taipei. The city boasts an excellent public transportation system, featuring public buses, metro, and train service. Taipei's MRT Metro is one of the most popular and extensive modes of transportation for daily commuting around the city. It features seven lines that traverse through panoramic areas and transit centers. A single ride shouldn’t cost much and it depends on the distance you are traveling. The fare increases with the distance covered. Also, Taipei has adequate public city buses servicing several routes around the city. You can catch a bus ride to your preferred destination at practically any metro station. A one-way trip on the city public buses is very affordable. For intercity connections, trains and long-distance buses are well recommended. Some of the best Taiwan hotels in the city include citizenM Taipei North Gate and Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei.
Only a few moments from Taipei sits Taroko National Park, one of the most popular attractions in Taiwan. This natural wonder offers nearly all of the country's bio-geographical regions, featuring stunning views, rugged landscapes, lush forests, and several animal species. The major highlight at the park is the Taroko Gorge, an impressive canyon stretch carved by years of erosion. The gorge boasts awe-inspiring natural views, magnificent temples, spectacular hikes into lush forests, and pleasant paths along steep marble walls. Entry to the park is free, and the park is crowded between mid-September and November. Some of the best hotels in Taiwan near this attraction are Silks Place Taroko and Lakeshore Hotel Hualien Taroko. Another great option is the Taipei Zoo, one of the largest zoos in Asia. The zoo is committed to conservation, research, and amusement and is an excellent option for families and nature lovers searching for amusing and informative attractions in Taiwan. You will explore a variety of unique animal species and ecosystems at the zoo. The zoo charges a cheap entrance fee and is busiest between March and May. Some of the best hotels near the zoo include Shangri-La Far Eastern, Taipei, and Macchi Hotel.
For thrilling nightlife and innovative cuisines in Taiwan, head to Taipei. The city features a comprehensive selection of nightlife venues, from restaurants to pubs, bars, clubs, live music venues, and snack bars. The nightlife hotspots in the city include Shin Men Ding and the commercial district of Anho Road. Also, night markets are a big deal in the city, attracting swarms of visitors when the sun goes down. The Shilin Night Market is a popular nightlife spot in the city, offering local savory flavours. Must-try specialties at this market include stir-fried squid, oyster omelets, and Shilin super-size sausages. Some of the cheap hotels in Taiwan placing you close to Taipei's nightlife include Hotel Metropolitan Premier Taipei and Moshamanla Hotel-Main Station.
Taipei hosts some of the most spectacular ancient cultural and historical gems. One of the most remarkable historical treasures in the city is the National Palace Museum, which holds an outstanding collection of Chinese art. The museum's collection spans from antique bronzes to Ming vases, brought into the country by the fleeing Guomindang during China's civil war in 1949. Other exhibits on display at the museum include Qin Culture terracotta sculptures and an eclectic collection of Tibetan Buddhist art. Entrance to the museum features an admission fee, and it receives swarms of visitors throughout the year. Some of the best hotels in Taipei near this museum include Renaissance Taipei Shihlin Hotel and Dandy Hotel - Tianmu Branch.
When travelling to Taiwan it would be best to plan your trip around the month of September, as the prices are significantly lower than in October - just £15 per night.
As many would assume, more people stay in Taipei City than in any other city while visiting Taiwan.
Xiulin Township is the most expensive city in Taiwan to book a hotel room in. The nightly rate of £94 is 79% more than the average city in Taiwan.
If you are travelling to Taiwan on a budget, plan to stay in Ruifang District which boasts the lowest average hotel room cost in the country. Charging about 74% lower than the country’s average, hotel room rates in Ruifang District are typically around £13 per night.
Yundeng Landscape Hotel
No. 136, Disan, Fanlu Township, Taiwan
Muen Hot Spring Hotel
No.29, Renai Rd., Jiaoxi Township, Jiaoxi Township, Taiwan
No. 2, Ln. 21, Jiankang 2nd St., Jiaoxi Township, Taiwan
Chateau de Chine Hotel Kaohsiung
No.43, Daren Rd., Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
Golden Tulip Fab Hotel New Taipei
No. 2, Section. 1, Zhongzheng Road, Tamsui District, Taiwan
Taichung Harbor Hotel
No.388, Sec. 2, Dazhi Rd., Wuqi Dist., Taichung City, Taiwan
Kung Shang Design Hotel
No. 237 Linsen 1st Road, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
No. 31, Shouting Lane, Ren-ai Township, Taiwan
Uni Resort Ku-Kuan
No.188, Sec. 1, Dongguan Rd., Taichung City, Taiwan
The Chitou Lemidi Hotel
No.1, Miti St., Nantou City, Taiwan
Maison De Chine
No. 306 Houzhuang Rd., Taichung City, Taiwan
3F, No.271, Sec. 1, Taiwan Blvd, Taichung City, Taiwan
Luminous Hot Spring Resort & Spa
200 Sec.1 Zhong-Hua Rd., Luye Township, Taiwan
Han Hsien International Hotel
No. 33, Sihwei 3rd Road, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
Taipei M Hotel - Main station
No.64, Sec. 1, Hankou St., Taipei City, Taiwan
No.75, Jhonghua 4th Road, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
Hotel Day Plus
No.866, Chuiyang Rd., West District, Chiayi City, Taiwan
Eda Skylark Hotel
No. 100, Da Ba Street, Dashu District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
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