x The average starting price for a place to stay in Taipei is £49 per night.
4F., No.50, Huayin Street Datong DistrictOutstanding 97%
12Floor, No. 66, Sec. 1, Chengde Road Datong DistrictOutstanding 97%
3minutes walk from MRT Xinbeitou Station Beitou DistrictOutstanding 96%
MRT Taipower Building station Exit 3 TaipeiExcellent 94%
Jinshan S. Rd. & Xinyi Rd. intersection (MRT Dongmen Station)Excellent 94%
11F-5, No.41, Sec.1, ZhongXiao W Road Jhong Jheng DistrictExcellent 94%
Beeflower My friend and I are in love with this place and will definitely book our stay here again! This place is definitely value for money, the staffs are helpful and friendly. The room is clean, neat, nicely designed and organized. For the shared dorms, there are a total of 4 common toilets. During my two nights there, I didn't need to queue for the cubicles. You can also go to the 11th floor where their common lounge is, to have some free cookies and coffee. This common lounge is comfortable and cosy too :) besides that, there is tv to watch and computer for you to surf the net, all free of charge.
5F, No.1, Lane 126, Sec. 1, Da-an Rd. Da-an DistrictExcellent 94%
myklhaig Kiri met us at the airport, although our plane was more than 2 hours late. She took us to the accommodation (we had arranged this) and made us feel very welcome. We really felt at home. The accommodation was very comfortable, clean and secure. We had a good breakfast. Kiri helped us arrange Australian visas through the internet and to phone my brother in Australia. She arranged a car to take us to the airport in the evening. I would strongly recommend this accommodation for visitors who appreciate a friendly welcome and good value. Michael and Nora (from U.K.)
Ln. 23, Hami Street Datong DistrictExcellent 94%
Lane 169, Dunhua South Road Sec.1 Da'an DistrictExcellent 94%
1F, No.6, Alley 4, Lane 48, JinJiang St. ShiDa,TaipeiExcellent 93%
galenide14 It was my first time in a youth hostel, and I have to say, it was a welcoming experience for me. The directions to the hostel were easy to understand; I did get lost, but it was because I didn't pay close attention to the street signs (so for future reference to anyone wishing to stay there, watch the street signs). The people staying were really nice, and I chatted with almost everyone there. Most of the people staying were going to the university nearby to study Chinese, and others were like me, traveling for a brief period of time. The price was very reasonable, the place was clean, though my only problem was that although you can do laundry, there is no dryer (in other words, hanger and a fan serve as the only dryers). The place is not too far from the night market, and there are nearby restaurants (just ask the staff there for a map, or they might give it to you anyway). Station wise, it's only two stops from Taipei Main Station, so it's a very convenient spot. Anyway, I highly recommend this hostel.
only.one1301 Vanessa was a really helpful host who made us feel at home straight away. Although we had some troubles with our booking, she was really kind and patient when assisting us. Location was superb. This was my second trip to Taiwan and I must say, Jv's location and facilities make me want to come back pick this place to stay in when I come back to Taipei again. A side story, we went to countdown at Taipei 101 and because of the convenience of the location, we didn't had to worry about transportation back (it was a relatively ok walk) and could play to our hearts' content. Not to mention, the awesome supper /breakfast we had at the nearby nightmarket before heading back. The only thing that bothers me a little is the steep stairs. But Vanessa was very helpful in helping us with the bags. Overall, I enjoyed my stay thoroughly and would love to be back!
No. 115, Section 2, Jilong(Keelung) Rd Xinyi DistrictExcellent 93%
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