Fullon Hotel Taipei

The Fullon brand have some big hotels across Taipei and elsewhere, but with an ideal location, some of the best rooms in the city and world class service, the Fullon Hotel Taipei is one of the best of them.

  • Airport Shuttle? No
  • Free WiFi? Yes
  • Pool? Yes
  • Fitness Center? Yes
  • Restaurants? Yes
  • Near Public Transport? Yes

The Rooms

There are 120 rooms at the Fullon Hotel Taipei, and every single one of them has been finished to a high standard befitting of the Fullon name. The most basic rooms available are known as the Superior rooms and these are available as both Twins and Doubles. If you want something a little larger, book into a Deluxe room, which range from 426 to 431 square feet and come with a long list of amenities. All rooms at the Fullon Hotel Taipei are air conditioned and they all have private bathrooms and baths. You will also get a number of toiletries and other little extras — after all, it’s the little things that make 5-star hotels so special.

The Hotel

There is an outdoor pool at the Fullon Hotel Taipei which is open throughout much of the year and is available to all guests. There is also a spa and a fitness centre located within the hotel, offering the latest in fitness equipment and accessories, and maintained to the same high standard as the rest of the hotel. At the spa guests can enjoy a range of services and treatments, ranging from waxing and manicures, to massages and more. This is the perfect way to relax after a long day of sightseeing, but bear in mind that all treatments are extra and are not included with the price of your room.

If you’re feeling peckish then head for The Arcadia Cafe, which serves snacks and meals with an International flavor. If you’d prefer to eat something with more of a local flavor, then try the Jyun En Japanese Restaurant instead. Taiwan loves Japanese food and this restaurant serves some of the best in the city, living up to the award-winning 5-star quality of the hotel itself.

The Extras

Moving from 4-stars to 5-stars is all about attention to detail. It’s about getting the smaller things right, the things that many guests would usually miss, and the Fullon Hotel Taipei goes out of its way to ensure that everything in this hotel is perfect.

  • Sauna? Yes
  • Family Friendly? Yes
  • Pets Allowed? No
  • Designated Smoking Area? Yes
  • Free Private Parking? Yes

With a business center and meeting rooms, business travelers will feel right at home in the Fullon Hotel Taipei, and they can catch up with their work at all hours of the day. There is also a 24-hour front desk on hand to assist guests as needed, and as well as helping to store luggage, they can also help with private parking and more. You should also get in touch with the front desk if you want an extra cot in your room. There is no room for extra beds, but children under 6 are allowed to stay for free if they use existing beds and they’ll also supply a cot or a child’s bed for a child under the age of 2 to sleep in. If you are bringing the whole family along then be sure to arrange this well in advance, as there are a limited number of cots and you’ll also want to make sure that the cot is ready in your room before you arrive, saving on any fuss and complications.

Best Deals at Fullon Hotel Taipei

First you should remember that there is a service charge of 10% added to the price of all rooms, which is standard across Taipei. Therefore, don’t feel you need to tip at the front desk and be sure to check your bill to ensure that a service charge hasn’t already been applied to other areas where you would usually tip. When it comes to five-star hotels, they tend not to advertise offers as much as other hotels do, as they like to keep things on the down-low. However, you can get good deals on five-star hotels if you leave the booking until the last minute and if you show up at the hotel or give them a ring. Simply ask if they have any available rooms and be prepared to negotiate. You need to be willing to stay there that night and preferably for more than one night, as that will be a great bargaining tool. You should also seek to leave breakfast out of the deal, as this can cost them the most money and you can always grab a cheap bite to eat outside of the hotel. Hotels lose money with empty rooms and they will always do their best to fill them, so you’ll be doing them a favor. Be sure to remember that when they insist that they “can’t go any lower”, because they most certainly can.

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