On My Way Hostel was a concept formed by a group of Taiwanese backpackers, which is in a simplicity town, not crowd downtown, in order to let people relax to see Taiwan own culture, nature landscape and enjoy hot spring easily.
On My Way Hostel offers 2, 5, 6 and 8 people dorms, even female only floor. It also provides personal luggage locker, cabinet, outlet, bed lamp and curtains around most of beds, which is treated like a personal own room to have privacy. New bedclothes are basic necessity the hostel will offer, no need to carry sleeping bag by self. The luggage elevator has been installed to carry the big luggage going through all floors.
1F and B1F are public area that guests can sit lazily on the sofa, fully relax to share travelling experience with all backpackers; and WiFi, air conditioner and tea bags are free offered as well. In order to satisfy all needs of everyone,we also provide different kinds of books to read, play movie and hold the lecture of culture exchange from time to time. The roof is another special public place where has deck chair, outside chair set, guests can have a coffee on sunny day with fresh air. The hostel location with life of convenience is purposely to be selected.
'On my way . Taipei Hostel' is located at the area with hot spring-Beitou, During the Japanese occupation, Japanese treated this hot spring to be treasure, even attracted Japan Emperor to visit. Today Beitou was announced to be 3 stars town by Holiday Oasis because of incredible nature scenes and amazing hot spring. It definitely worth you to spend the vacation to visit it!
Reception open time :AM 08:00~ AM12:00
We only accept Taiwan Dollars, no foreign currency and credit card
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