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Re: a cheap hotel in Taipei

Postby dabomb_gent » 10 Jul 2016, 19:31

Ctrip also has english version now.
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Re: a cheap hotel in Taipei

Postby kathyyuen » 10 Jul 2016, 21:18

Doraemonster wrote:
kathyyuen wrote:hi..do you guys have any recommendations on ximen hotels? will be there in 1 month time

I wanted to mention the Guoguang, or "Good Ground" Hotel but it seems it's closed since and now there's another hotel at this address: Hotel Puri. It can't really be described as cheap though, and for these prices there should be more choice. If you can read Chinese maybe try looking at Ctrip?


Hi. thanks a lot.. will consider it..seems choices in Ximending are not as budget friendly. On other hand.. anyone heard of Diary of ximen ? http://diaryofximenhotel.com/ the price looks good :thumbsup:
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