Best located hostel in Taiwan. 100 meters from Taipei Train/Bus/MRT Station (less than 5 minutes walk). Clean and friendly.
We offer single/double/twin/family rooms, dormitory rooms, hot showers (all shared - no showers or toilet in rooms), air conditioning (NT100 extra charge per day), free washing machine, many common spaces, Two common rooms with cable TV, free PCs with internet access, free wireless internet, and a balcony.
Taiwan is about the friendliest, safest, most wonderful place on Earth. The people are wonderful too! You will see this when you come to Taipei and stay with us at Taiwan Hostel Happy Family.
John Lee (the owner and host) was about the first to open a hostel here decades ago, and people just keep coming back. We are sure you will enjoy your time here!
There are night markets very close to the hostel - a shopper's heaven with all the shopping and food you can handle! The MRT subway is located only 1 minute walk away, allowing easy access to all the interesting places in the city.
The place has been newly refurbished. There is a cleaner who comes everyday to keep the place clean and tidy.
Note: If arrival to Taiwan airport (Taoyuan) is later than 9pm, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (+886 2 2581 0716) us beforehand to let us know.
Hostel opening hours: 8am - 11pm. Check-in time 1pm, check-out time 11am.
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Great location, with kinda old room and furniture, but they are ok. The PC there is as slow as a snail. Use ur own laptop if u need to online, the wireless is much faster. The boss is rather mean when he found that we dint switch off the air condition when we were out for 2 hours on the last day, guess he could have said it nicer. But its a nice place, good price as well.
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