Taipei Hotels
“No matter what brings you to Taipei, you're sure to find the perfect hotel that fits in your budget.”
No matter what brings you to the largest city in Taiwan, Taipei is one of the most affordable destination cities in all of Asia. A subtropical paradise delivering warm days and comfortable nights, there's never a wrong time to start planning your next trip. With many cheap hotel options across Taipei, you’ll be able to save your hard-earned cash to collect souvenirs and memories that last a lifetime.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Taipei

Imperial Hotel Taipei
Imperial Hotel Taipei
600 Lin Shen North Road, Taipei
from $99
Go Sleep Hotel-Hankou
Go Sleep Hotel-Hankou
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3.8
2580 reviews
1F, No.54, Sec 2, Hankou Street Wanhua District, Taipei
from $44
Hotel HD Palace
Hotel HD Palace
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3.9
890 reviews
No 100 Sec 2 An He Road Da-an District, Taipei
from $107
Royal Seasons Hotel Taipei
Royal Seasons Hotel Taipei
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3.7
1016 reviews
326 & 330 Nanjing West Road, Taipei
from $79
Cosmos Hotel Taipei
Cosmos Hotel Taipei
No 43 Sec. 1, Chung-Hsiao W. Road. Zhongzhen District, Taipei
from $97
Miramar Garden Taipei
Miramar Garden Taipei
No. 83, Civic Boulevard Section 3, Zhongshan District, Taipei
from $146
Regent Taipei
Regent Taipei
No 3, Lane 39, Section 2 ZhongShan North, Road, Taipei
from $245
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei
160, Sec.3, Ren Ai Rd, Taipei
from $156
The Grand Hotel
The Grand Hotel
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3.6
961 reviews
1 Zhongshan N Road Sec 4, Taipei
from $153
Beauty Hotels - Hsuanmei Boutique
Beauty Hotels - Hsuanmei Boutique
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3.7
242 reviews
No.52 Jianguo North Rd, Sec. 1, Taipei
from $67
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Xinyi District: Frugal Hotels in the Center of Taipei Business

Business travelers planning to visit Taipei are best served by staying near the Xinyi District, located southeast of the city center. Though the Zhongzheng District is the traditional downtown, the Xinyi District is home to the Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei City Government, and many other multinational corporations.

With bus and metro access widely available, the budget conscious stay on the outskirts of the Xinyi District. Financially savvy business travelers can find frugal accommodation in Taipei at the Hotel HD Palace, with in-room kitchens, pillowtop beds, and private balconies. The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei is another option that balances luxury with price. Featuring 10 restaurants on site, a full service fitness center, and a on-call concierge, you may forget all about your business to begin with.

For those who must stay in the center of it all, Airbnb options are available across the Xinyi District. Listings include apartments and suites in Taipei 101 - the world's second tallest building!

Ximending: Stay on the Cheap in the Heart of Taipei Culture

The Ximending area is more than just a shopping center. This neighborhood is home to Taipei's first pedestrian zone and the core of Taiwan's fashion and subculture. If you love Asian culture and Japanese influences, you’ll feel right at home in Ximending.

Staying in Ximending doesn’t have to come with a high price. One of the newer hotels in the area, the Diary of Taipei Hotel Wanguo, offers free wireless Internet access and bottled water to help you recover between adventures. For those who want to balance convenience with amenities, the Go Sleep Hotel-Hankou is the place for you. Featuring a multilingual staff and easy access to public transportation, you'll have no problems getting comfortable here!

How to Get Around Taipei

Similar to other major metropolitan cities, travelers to Taipei have plenty of public transportation options. As soon as you land in Taipei, be sure to buy an EasyCard, a reoloadable public transportation pass accepted on the bus and metro systems.

The Taipei Metro is a light rail system sesrving most of Taiwan, including Songshan Airport. Metro service will also be extended to Taipei Taouyan International Airport by 2015.

In addition, regular bus service is available throughout the region. In many cases, the bus could be your best option: dedicated lanes on Taipei’s crowded streets keep buses moving quickly and efficiently.

The Best Times for Affordable Hotels in Taipei

Unlike other parts of Asia, weather and crowds are not your biggest challenge when planning your trip to Taipei. The Chinese New Year and Lunar Festival, celebrated with fireworks and thousands of sky lanterns, is one of the busiest times of year. Summertime also attracts thousands of students, thanks to school breaks throughout the region.

The best time to visit is the beginning and end of the off-season. Between October and May, travelers can expect fewer crowds, better access to attractions, and great weather. Because fewer tourists will be visiting, you'll certainly find cheap hotels in Taipei. 

No matter what brings you to Taipei, you're sure to find the perfect hotel that fits in your budget. Start planning your getaway today with Hipmunk! 

 

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