Last month I have stays at Jian Shan Hotel, founded in 1977. They had renovation and the rooms are nicely designed in modern-nostalgic way. Here I would like to share my staying experience and real photos for the rooms.
The closest MRT station is 10 minutes walk from Daqiaotou Station. Jian Shan Hotel is very close to Dadaocheng, a district with old Taiwan culture and authentic Taiwanese food. Even though the hotel doesn’t have elevator, the staff here helps taking suitcase up and down, we don’t need to take by our own.
兩種單人房 – 上鋪的特色獨享單人房，還有特色品味單人房。一人到台北可選擇，不用一人去負擔雙人房的價格，比較划算。
Two types of Single Rooms, either a single bed or upper bed. No need to pay for them Double Room when you travel Taipei alone.
經典雙人茶房 Classic Twin Tea Room
If you want twin beds, this is the room type and it’s cheaper than Double Room. Two upper beds with spacious underneath, would be nice to drink with friends sitting on the floor.
精緻溫馨雙人房 Superior Double Room
This Double Room type design is quite special, with the bed aside of the room.
豪華典藏雙人房 Deluxe Double Room
The most expensive Double Room type. There’re 2 more sofas in the room, and the room size is bigger than superior and standard ones.
復古標準雙人房 Standard Double Room
The basic Room type for Double bed, I stayed at this room this time. Nostalgic bricks wall with Taiwanese floral pattern cushions, I like this style a lot. Bed and pillows are cozy and I had a good sleep here.
Self controlled air conditioning, free water and Taiwanese tea bags everyday. Retro style mini fridge, desktop lamp and phone, they are not only decorations but also can be used. No wardrobe but clothes hangers provided. Slippers and toiletries are all well equipped.
Bathrooms of all room types are the same. Industrial and simple designed bathroom. The shower head is powerful, with shampoo and shower gel aside. I like their stainless steel wash basin, can feel the nice texture when using it.
Triple room and quad room are unavailable to visit at that time due to customers continuously stays. You can go to their website below for more photos.
No.182, Guisui Street, Datong District, Taipei