Announcing its début into Taiwan, Marriott International is pleased to announce the opening of the Taipei Marriott Hotel – the first five star international hotel in the Dazhi area of Taipei.Offering 320 luxury guest rooms, a convention centre, high-end shopping facilities and luxury apartments, the Taipei Marriott is the largest integrated destination complex in Taiwan and is perfect to attract both business and leisure travellers.
Guestrooms at the Taipei Marriott Hotel have been designed with soothing, neutral tones of ivory, cream and grey, accentuated by unobstructed views of Taipei through floor-to-ceiling windows. The bath experience offers double vanities and rain showers as well as other deluxe amenities. Each guestroom also features high-speed Internet access and a spacious work area.
Dining options at the hotel include five restaurants with an international selection of cuisines including:
The Lobby Lounge: all-day bites and drinks along with free WiFi
Garden Kitchen: all-day dining with Asian-inspired Western fare served semi-buffet style
Mark’s Teppanyaki: Japanese Teppanyaki, Chinese and Western cuisine at live cooking stations
The Dining Place Chinese restaurant: an elegant setting where guests are treated to a delicious variety of Cantonese and Sichuan dishes.
INGE’s bar and grill: for more intimate or special occasions, it offers gourmet cuisine accompanied by stunning views from the open-air terrace lounge on the 20th floor
With 32,300 square feet of pillar-less, flexible space that can be transformed into up to 13 meeting spaces, as well as an elegant 13,600 square-foot Grand Ballroom, the Taipei Marriott Hotel offers the largest state-of-the-art convention centre in Taipei and can accommodate a variety of functions.
Additional amenities include a health-club on the 19th floor with 24-hour fitness centre, a rooftop swimming pool with views of the Miramar Park Ferris Wheel and a luxury spa.
Marriott hotels incorporates a “Green Hotel Development” initiative and the Taipei Marriott Hotel features lush green surroundings with indigenous shrubbery and flowering plants, interspersed with pieces of art and sitting areas. Inspired by the nearby butterfly biosphere reserve on Mt. Jiannan, an aluminium sculpture named “Butterflies” and created by Spanish artist Manolo Valdes, sits in the centre of the landscape to serve as a tribute to nature and the arts.