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Taiwan leads with style launching some of the region’s hottest hotels and entertainment areas

May 11, 2020 Visit North Asia No Comments Email Email

Known for its people and food, Taiwan is also known for its serious approach to style and is continuing to launch some of the region’s hottest hotels, entertainment areas and city destinations.

The country has been the world’s most successful in responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and this has not only made it one of the safest places to travel in future, but is sure to boost interest in the country’s retail and hotel sectors.

Among the many hotels that opened last year are the Kimpton Da An, and the Grand Cosmos Resort Ruisui-Hualien.

The Kimpton Da An is the small boutique hotel brand of the Intercontinental Hotels Group that primarily targets visitors coming for leisure rather than business purposes.  The hotel with its emphasis on personalised and individual service is the right fit for Kimpton’s expansion into Asia given Taiwan’s excellent culture of hospitality and friendliness that make the country special. It’s also one of the best countries to execute the service values and culture that the Kimpton brand delivers.

The Grand Cosmos Resort Ruisui, Hualien is the first hotel in Taiwan that offers accommodation choices of luxury villas, a hot spring water park, and an internationally renowned spa all in one complex.  The hotel pipes the hot spring from underground directly into guest rooms and the outdoor hot spring pools in the Water Park.

The unique castle design of the hotel is a collaboration among renowned designers, top-notch architectural teams, and the multi award-winning Taipei Basic Design Centre.  The lobby atrium has a 27-metre high ceiling, the tallest among hotels in Taiwan, where a luxurious Golden Ribbon chandelier commands the centre of attention. 

The stream of new hotel openings shows no signs of slowing down in the near future. The Taipei Sky Tower due to be completed in 2020 in Taipei’s Xinyi District is scheduled to house two Hyatt brands, a Park Hyatt and Andaz. The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), have an additional six hotels in the pipeline. In addition, the L’Hotel de Chine Group (LDC) plans to expand its presence on the island with more properties.

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