Ambassador Hotel Taipei

Located in the vibrant Zhongshan District, with a seasonal outdoor pool and enough facilities to keep all types of traveller happy, the Ambassador Hotel Taipei is a picture-perfect piece of 5-star luxury in a busy part of the city.

  • Airport Shuttle? Yes
  • Free WiFi? Yes
  • Pool? Yes
  • Fitness Center? Yes
  • Restaurants? Yes
  • Near Public Transport? Yes

AmbassadorThe Rooms

There are over 400 rooms at the Ambassador Hotel Taipei, ranging from the Superior Twin and Superior Double rooms, which are a little over 300 square feet in size, all the way to the Executive Deluxe Suite. At 850 square feet, this is one of the biggest rooms in the city, far bigger than many suites in other 5-star and 4-star hotels. As well as a separate bedroom, these suites also have a separate seating area and a separate dining area. They also come complete with a spacious bathroom, and all guests staying in these suites can have 1 extra double bed moved in, making it ideal for families and groups.

All rooms are air conditioned and come with the basic amenities, such as flat-screen televisions and private bathrooms. As a hotel that likes to cater for business clients, there is also a Superior Single Room, perfectly equipped for a single traveller, and very reasonably priced as well.

The Hotel

The Ambassador Hotel Taipei is located next to some great restaurants in a district that is also well-known for its culture, with plenty in the way of art and music. There is free parking available at the Ambassador Hotel Taipei and there are half a dozen dining options within the hotel as well, with guests able to choose from Cantonese delicacies, to Japanese food and to something with more of an International flavor. The Ambassador Hotel Taipei has an executive floor, with guests staying on that floor able to access an exclusive lounge. It also has a fully-quipped fitness center, with a sauna and massage facilities.

Breakfast is served to all guests every morning, and there is a huge array of food for them to sample. Guests may also request that breakfast be delivered to them in their room, although to truly enjoy the eclectic mix of delicacies, it’s worth taking a trip to the onsite restaurant and getting your money’s worth.

The Extras

A 5-star hotel gets its rating by paying attention to the finer details, by striving to get the big things right and to add as many little things as possible. That’s why you’ll find so many extras in the Ambassador Hotel Taipei. This is a 5-star hotel that is proud of its status and is set on doing everything that it can to hold onto that status.

  • Room Service? Yes
  • Family Friendly? Yes
  • Pets Allowed? No
  • Disabled Facilities? No
  • Free Private Parking? Yes

There is also a beauty shop inside the hotel, where you can go for a trim, a shave or a styling. What better way to prepare for a night on the town after a long flight and a stressful day of traveling? There is also a shoeshine and a laundry service, so you can look your best at all times.

The Ambassador Hotel Taipei also has a business center and meeting rooms. Here you will find enough space to host a small to medium-sized presentation or meeting, along with facilities for faxing and photocopying. There is also internet access throughout the hotel, available to all guests.

The Ambassador Hotel Taipei also has rooms for disabled guests, where a lot of thought has gone into making sure these guests enjoy their stay as much as other guests. If you would like to book into one of these rooms, be sure to let the hotel know you require one at the time of your booking. That way they can make the necessary preparations.

Best Deals on the The Ambassador Hotel Taipei

One of the best ways to get a good deal at the Ambassador Hotel Taipei is to try your hand at getting an upgrade. If the hotel is relatively empty, the bookings aren’t coming in and they have some of their Suites available, then you might be able to upgrade into one of them. All you have to do is ask, you’d be surprised how many times it works. You can also make a complaint or two, telling them that you don’t like your room and generally playing the role of a very disgruntled customer. If you do this, then in an effort to please you, they may just upgrade you and put you in a room that costs significantly more than the one you paid for, without charging you any extra. After all, it doesn’t cost them anything if that room was going to be empty anyway, and in a world where hotel review sites are king and where a handful of bad reviews can a destroy a business, the customer truly is king.

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