The Sheraton Taipei, a five star hotel located in the center of the city’s commercial district, has been providing excellent service to its guests for more than 20 years. It was established in 1981 under the name Lai Lai Sheraton Hotel, which was changed to its present name when My Humble House Hospitality Management Consulting Co. took over management of the hotel in 2002. Soon after, the hotel went through major improvements for three years. Chinese designs were carefully incorporated in its overall look and appearance, and all the rooms were refurbished.
The hotel has a total of 688 guest rooms. Considered by many as one of the top ten hotels in the world, the hotel boasts of rooms that are designed with a touch of class. The rooms are elegant but not overly designed, simple and classy but not trying too hard. There are 68 suites in the hotel, with two suites especially made for guests with disabilities.
The Superior Room has one king size bed, a mini bar, a snack bar, a personal safe box, and fast broadband internet connection. The Deluxe Room and Premier Room has almost the same amenities, except that the Deluxe Room has one king size bed and two single beds while the Premier Room has one extra-king size bed and two single beds.
The Director Room has an extra-king size bed and two deluxe twin beds, a mini bar, a snack bar, a safe box, high-speed internet, beautifully crafted wooden furniture, a large flat screen LCD TV, a convenient walk-in closet, and a magnificent bathroom with marble tiles. The Diplomatic Suite has an extra-king size bed, two single beds, a mini bar, a snack bar, a safe box, high-speed internet, elegant wooden furniture, a large flat screen LCD TV, a walk-in closet, a working desk complete with printer, and an exquisite bathroom with marble tiles and top of the line amenities. The Diplomatic Suite also has a living room and an extra wash room for the tenants’ guests.
The Ambassador Suite, the Sheraton Suite, and the Presidential Suite, which is the most expensive room in Sheraton Taipei, are found at the hotel’s executive floors. These rooms are the hotel’s best and feature excellent quality amenities. Each room affords a breathtaking view of the city. The other executive rooms are also found at the executive floors.
The hotel has nine restaurants and lounges. You can choose from Western, Chinese, and Japanese cuisines. The hotel has a business center with two meeting rooms. Guests using the business center are provided with complete secretarial service and fax, business card printing, photocopying, laminating, and typing services. Guests may also use the two computer rooms with internet access. The hotel has a shopping arcade where you can buy various items from clothes to beautiful pieces of oriental pottery. One of the things that make Sheraton Taipei stand out from the other hotels is its excellent service. Many of the guests that have stayed here say that they are more than satisfied with the hotel service from the front desk to housekeeping.
The hotel offers airport transports via a limousine. If you do not want an airport transfer, you may take an Air-bus at the stop near the hotel. Sheraton Taipei is conveniently located near major tourist destinations in the city. It is also very accessible by MRT. The hotel is near the Sung Shan Domestic Airport and the Taoyuan International Airport.