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Best areas in Taipei for luxury hotels

Zhongzheng is Taipei’s political and cultural epicenter, where fabulous luxury hotels sit alongside iconic national monuments, mesmerizing museums, elegant restaurants, and gleaming public buildings. North of here lies Zhongshan, where you’ll find an abundance of upscale accommodation, as well as vast, state-of-the-art shopping malls, picturesque riverside parks, and groundbreaking galleries. Datong is the city’s oldest inhabited district, home to beautifully preserved Japanese and Quing period architecture, tranquil traditional tea houses, and bustling markets selling exotic fruits and fragrant spices.

Top luxury hotels in Taipei

The Palais de Chine Hotel is a centrally located luxury hotel, where the sumptuously stylish, soundproofed guestrooms come with enticing extras like cozy bathrobes, fully-stocked minibars, flat-screen TVs, and free toiletries. The Caesar Park Taipei is a stunning high-rise hotel, with a spectacular rooftop terrace, state-of-the-art business center, and a decadent full-service spa, where you can enjoy a rejuvenating massage and sauna. The FX Hotel Taipei Nanjing East Road Branch boasts opulent decor, and offers amenities such as room service and limo or town car hire.

Where to find the best fine dining in Taipei

Taipei’s reputation as a fine dining hotspot continues to go from strength to strength. Hip Daan is packed with enticing eateries, where you can enjoy Michelin star haute cuisine in a minimalist setting, or hearty Japanese-style hot pot packed with fresh crab and colorful vegetables. The modern Xinyi district is home to upscale American-style restaurants, where you can feast on the likes of lip-smacking BBQ pork ribs. In Wanhua, you’ll find some of Taipei’s most revered Chinese restaurants, where you can devour pan-fried dumplings, or delicacies like abalone and asparagus salad.

The most unique things to do in Taipei

The awe-inspiring, bamboo-like Taipei 101 skyscraper is the city’s most glittering icon, and the views from the top are simply out of this world. Avoid the tourist hordes on its observation decks, and instead book a table at one of its elegant restaurants, where you can sip champagne and savor haute cuisine whilst marveling at the city streets far below. If you’re craving a spot of retail therapy, head to the Miramar Entertainment Park. You shouldn’t have any trouble spotting it, as its roof plays host to one of Taiwan’s largest Ferris wheels. Inside, you’ll find an irresistible array of dazzling designer fashion, as well as a super-sized IMAX movie theater. Once the sun goes down, it’s time to explore the upscale nightspots of Daan. Take your pick from innovative cocktail joints, seductive speakeasies, or sleek craft beer bars.

Best ways to get around Taipei

The Taipei Metro, or MRT, is a modern rapid transit system that makes getting around the city a breeze. Trains are air-conditioned and spotlessly clean, ensuring that you can travel in comfort and relative style. The network’s heavily used during rush hours, so if you have to travel during mornings and early evenings, you may prefer to take a taxi. These are generally easy to flag down, but bear in mind that your driver may speak no English. For totally hassle-free convenience, get your hotel to arrange a private driver for the day.

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