Taiwan Hotels

We are confident that you will find the accommodation on tour a highlight of your trip. We use a range of properties from comfortable, modern resorts to family run guesthouses and boutique B&Bs. While some of the national park accommodation is on the simple and functional side, the locations can't be beaten.

Please note that, while we endeavour to use the hotels listed below, occasionally for reasons of availability, we are required to book alternative accommodation. In such cases the hotel provided will be of an equal or higher standard than the one we usually use.


City Suites
With a great location close to the river, traditional Dihua Street, lively Ningxia night market and the central Zhongshan shopping district, City Suites offers a calm retreat from big city life. Rooms are sleek and modern and decorated in soothing muted tones and feature flat-screen TVs, mini-fridge and wi-fi.

> View the City Suites website


Taroko Youth Activity Centre
One of only three hotels in the heart of the world’s deepest marble gorge, Taroko Youth Activity Centre is simple, but clean and comfortable. Some rooms have balconies or picture windows overlooking the magnificent scenery.

> View the Taroko Youth Activity Centre website


Villa 178
The fishing village of Yanliao lies on a beautiful stretch of coastline south of Hualien, and Villa 178 is a boutique B&B which enjoys a prime location overlooking the Pacific. Rooms are elegantly styled and there’s a large garden running down to the ocean.



Revika B&B
A recent addition to the East Rift Valley, Revika is a strikingly modern construction which takes full advantage of the magical scenery. Each room is differently styled, but all feature floor to ceiling windows overlooking the valley, and there’s also pleasant café style seating on the ground floor. A walk through the stunning tropical farmland which surrounds the property is recommended.

> View the Revika B&B website


The Silence Manor
This chic new property offers tasteful rooms, all with large hot spring tubs, set amidst wonderful Rift Valley scenery. There’s also a lovely pool, an outdoor terrace, and the specialty restaurant, Lan, serves up delicious local produce.

> View The Silence Manor website


Taitung’s first international five-star hotel opened in late 2014 and offers a great central location and all of the trimmings: elegant rooms with all mod cons, two restaurants, a gym and indoor pool, and an atmospheric rooftop café.

> View the Sheraton Taitung website


Ceasar Park Hotel Kenting

Ceasar Park

Sitting directly on the sparkling beachfront Ceasar King Hotel in Kenting commands an enviable location. With a huge swimming pool, water sports equipment and other great facilities, this is the sort of resort you may well find hard leaving. Rooms are bright, spacious and well appointed, and the grounds are dotted with palm trees giving it a relaxed tropical vibe. You'd be forgiven for thinking you were holidaying in the Carribean.

> View the Ceasar Park website

Howard Beach
On the edge of Kenting, the Howard is an oldie but a goodie, and was recently re-modelled to bring the spacious rooms up to date. An expansive list of amenities includes a huge pool, a kids pool, jacuzzi, gym, kids play area, plus easy access to one of the prettiest little swimming beaches in the region.

> View the Howard Beach website


Fennel Resort
In the pretty Paiwan hamlet of Damei, friendly Fennel Resort has comfortable room and cabins set to the backdrop of jungle covered foothills of the southern mountains. The resort has a great selection of sodium bicarbonate hot spring pools and a fish foot spa.

> View the Fennel Resort website