Here are 6 popular Airbnb listings in Taiwan
TAIWAN is home to a handful of signature tourism sites and attractions that are not limited to its shiny towering skyscrapers, a plethora of mouth-watering food and treats, and bustling night markets.
Its geographical richness has blessed the island with natural wonders such as stunning mountainous terrain, lush forests, hot springs, sprawling parks, and serene lakes – which makes for perfect backdrops for its modern and traditional architecture.
So in more ways than just one, Taiwan will definitely charm your socks off.
Of course, no trip to Taiwan would be complete without an equally charming accommodation. So here are six popular Airbnb listings in areas that locals tend to flock to in Taiwan.
This boutique hotel has been fully designed by world-renowned French artist Philippe Starck, famed for his interior, product, industrial and architectural design.
Ideally located in Songshan district, the heart of the business district of Taipei, it’s also within walking distance of the artistic area called Minsheng community.
Here, you can stroll for hours before making a pit stop in one of the super cute coffee shops for a relaxing afternoon with a cuppa in hand and the company of your loved one.
Price: From US$177.70 per night.
SWIIO Hotel Daan regards an elegant and high quality life as the most important goal, and creating a comfortable living space is the premise for this motto.
The refined and minimal twin-bed room exudes a sense of elegance and manifests the subject’s style specialty with the use of different materials.
The pure white luster emanating from the building itself tells a story and creates a thought of travel, independent of the surrounding space.
Price: From US$125.22 per night.
This hostel in Taipei’s Songshan District not only provides a classy place to stay but also a unique travel experience.
NK Hostel’s newly renovated and designed Soho Boutique 101 view boasts both sides of the best view in Taipei city – the Taipei 101 building or the river park.
At nearly 30 square meters, the private room is equipped with almost everything you would need during the stay including a comfortable double size mattress and king size quilt, a bathtub, a mini kitchen, a writing desk, and a plush sofa.
Price: From US$93.02 per night.
Located at the bustling hotspot of Ximending, where shopping, fashion, food, and historical places come together, the Historical Cinema Park view room offers access to some of Taiwan’s most interesting places.
It has a brilliantly comfy queen sized bed and Toto washlet bathroom with walk-in shower overlooking a spectacular view of greenly historical site Taipei Cinema Park.
The room is also equipped with free bathroom amenities such as shampoo, hand wash, body wash, slippers, toothbrush, mouthwash, makeup cotton, towels, and hairdryer.
Price: From US$66.79 per night.
Inspired by the fashion industry, the snazzy Chloe Chen home is furnished with brilliant exotic colors and a combination of vintage, modern, Eastern, and Western cultures.
Items such as furniture and deco are the owner’s own, either collected from travels around the world or from her private collection.
The highly Instagrammable Chloe Chen accommodation promises a comfortable, stress-free place so you will feel right at home.
Price: From US$311.04 per night.
Fans of the popular minimalistic brand Muji and those craving for a little taste of Japanese-style luxury will surely love the Mori Seven-storey Hall.
Inspired by his love for eco-photography, the owner’s two-story accommodation seamlessly fuses nature with its space, featuring airy spaces, large windows, muted colors, topped off with wood finishings.
The best part is there will even be butler service on site to serve you and provide any information.
Price: From US$258.56 per night.