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11 Aesthetic Hotels In Taipei Under $90/Night For Singaporeans Planning A Quick Year-End Trip

Hotels in Taipei for affordable stays


Hands up if you’re ready to jet, set, and go to the city of bubble tea, stinky tofu, and oyster mee sua – AKA Taipei. 

We know there’s tonnes of things to do in Taipei, and plenty to see in this pretty city. So to follow suit, staying in a hotel that’s as aesthetically-pleasing is a must. We’ve done the legwork and compiled the chio-est hotels in Taipei under $90/night, from palaces to private onsens. Read on to find out more: 

Table of Contents

Hotels in Taipei for affordable stays1. Cho Hotel 3 – Old-school decor with free instant noodles2. Waterfront Hotel Taipei – Sleek industrial aesthetic3. Taipei Hamp Court Palace – Baroque-inspired designs4. Royal Rose Hotel – Flamboyant colour-themed rooms5. JSL Hotel – Luxurious interior with private onsens6. Wallsun Hotel – Panoramic views & kiddy rooms7. citizenM Taipei North Gate – Elements of pop art8. Hot Spring Resort – Traditional Japanese home-inspired9. Finders Hotel – Eccentric decor with rentable playroom10. Hotel Fun – “Bookshelf” rooms & billiards11. Chill Roof Hotel – 9 uniquely-themed rooms


1. Cho Hotel 3 – Old-school decor with free instant noodles


Hotels in Taipei Cho Hotel 3Image credit: @chohotel_3 via Instagram

Cho Hotel 3 comes in clutch for those who have added Ximending Night Market in their must-visit list. The hotel is a quick 5-minute walk to the iconic night market, and a short 2-minute stroll from Kunming train station. 

Hotels in Taipei Cho Hotel LobbyImage adapted from: @suyujou via Instagram

Photo ops are aplenty at the hotel lobby – you’ll find unique items such as a vintage TV set, retro side tables, and old school lamps that are reminiscent of the ones your ah ma has on her night stand.  

Hotels in Taipei Cho Hotel SnacksImage adapted from: Chen Chris & CWH via Google Maps

If you’re team #snackmonster, you’ll be thrilled to know that the place offers cup noodles, biscuits, coffee, tea, canned drinks, and bottled water – all for free. Simply head down to the lobby whenever you’re in need of a lil munch and take your pick.

Book a room at Cho Hotel 3.

Rates: From NT$2,061.64/night (~S$89)

Cho Hotel 3ADDRESS108, Taiwan, Taipei City, Wanhua District, Kunming St, 142號2樓 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (430)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 2 2370 9930


2. Waterfront Hotel Taipei – Sleek industrial aesthetic


Hotels in Taipei Waterfront HotelImage credit: Waterfront Hotel Taipei

With sleek concrete walls, minimalistic decor, and a charming view of the Keelung River, the rooms at Waterfront Hotel Taipei are a vibe for those into Brutalism. Guests can also head downstairs to their atas-looking pantry and kitchen area for some free snacks and coffee.

Hotels in Taipei Waterfront Hotel LobbyImage credit: Waterfront Hotel Taipei

Rent a free bicycle from the hotel’s concierge and explore nearby attractions like the iconic Rainbow Bridge and Raohe Night Market. The Songshan Metro Station is also just a 6-minute walk away, where you can catch a 20-minute bus ride to the heart of Taipei.

Book a room at Waterfront Hotel Taipei

Rates: From NT$1,752/night (~S$77.58)

Waterfront Hotel Taipei 松河璞旅ADDRESSNo. 112號, Songhe St, Songshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10567 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (625)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2528 1567


3. Taipei Hamp Court Palace – Baroque-inspired designs


Hotels in Taipei Hamp Court PalaceImage credit: Taipei Hamp Court Palace

While Taipei Hamp Court Palace might look straight out of 1800s Victorian England, it was actually built in 2021. Like its name suggests, the hotel’s design and decor are heavily inspired by the Hampton Court Palace in London. 

Hotels in Taipei Hamp Court Palace LobbyImage credit: Taipei Hamp Court Palace

Inside, the rooms carry the same baroque theme, with elaborate balconies and floor-to-ceiling curtains. If you’ve ever wanted to feel like an old-money aristocrat, this would be it.

Hotels in Taipei Hamp Court Palace RoomImage credit: Taipei Hamp Court Palace

As expected of any great palace, they also feature a 24-hour front desk, gym, and free parking. If your majesties are feeling lazy, head over to their Lanting Court Chinese Restaurant on the second floor for some Cantonese cuisine.

Book a room at Taipei Hamp Court Palace.

Rates: From NT$2,061.64/night (~S$89)

Hamp Court Palace Taipei ADDRESSNo. 7號, Section 2, Jianguo N Rd, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10491 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.6 (553)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2506 9696 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT $110.19 imageCheapest$110.19


4. Royal Rose Hotel – Flamboyant colour-themed rooms


Hotels in Tapei Royal Rose Hotel RoomBlack pink in your area.Image credit: Royal Rose Hotel 

Here’s something for those who like to colour block their IG feed. Royal Rose Hotel Linsen has rooms in all sorts of different colours – like green, blue, and red. A ‘“royal” aesthetic is consistent across the rooms, and the pink one in particular will make you feel like a Disney princess.

On a more practical side, the rooms also come with free mini-bars, high-speed WiFi, and spacious bathrooms that have wet and dry areas. 

Hotels in Tapei Royal Rose Hotel LobbyImage credit: Royal Rose Hotel 

Located in Zhongshan, the birthplace of Chinese national legend Sun Yat-Sen, the hotel is within walking distance to the National Taiwan Museum and Taipei Confucius Temple. There are plenty of food options around as well, like handmade mantous and seafood restaurants.

Book a room at Royal Rose Hotel Linsen.

Rates: From NT$1,500/night (~S$66.42)

Royal Rose Hotel ADDRESSNo. 63-1號, Xining Rd, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 108 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS3.9 (84)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2381 9333 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT $50.00 image$62.95imageCheapest$50.00


5. JSL Hotel – Luxurious interior with private onsens


Hotels in Tapei JSL Hotel Private OnsenImage credit: 甲山林湯旅 via Google Maps

If you’ve visited Taiwan’s hot spring parks and wished you could keep soaking in them after closing hours, you can – in your own private onsen bath at JSL Hotel. Their Private Onsen guest rooms come with tubs that are filled with steamy, nourishing Wulai spring water that’s so pure you can even drink it. 

Hotels in Tapei JSL Hotel LobbyImage credit: Chris Lin via Google Maps

Besides their “beauty soup” pools, the rest of the hotel looks pretty spiffy with a mix of modern design elements and traditional statues of Taiwanese deities. Previous guests have also raved about the cleanliness of the place and the free fitness centre that sports treadmills, cross trainers, and other weight-training equipment.

Book a room at JSL Hotel.

Rates: From NT$1,800/night (~S$79.71)

JSL Hotel TaipeiADDRESSNo. 62, Xing’an St, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10491 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.4 (698)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2501 2222


6. Wallsun Hotel – Panoramic views & kiddy rooms


Hotels in Taipei Wallsun Hotel RoomImage credit: @wallsunhotel_taipei via Instagram

There are hotel rooms with no windows at all, and then there are those that make you feel like a goldfish in a tank. The Panoramic Rooms in Wallsun Hotel manage to strike a balance between both, with a 180-degree view of the Zhongzheng district.

They also have kiddy rooms that have cartoon forest themes and a small tent for the kids to play “camping” in. And if you’re too lazy to dabao breakfast in the morning, the staff will buy nearby Taiwanese grub like pork egg rolls and youtiao sandwiches, and deliver it to your room.

Hotels in Taipei Wallsun Hotel Kiddy RoomImage credit: Wallsun Hotel

For some retail therapy, take the train Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station to the next stop at Zhongxiao Fuxing, which will land you in the Zhongxiao Dunhua shopping district. Nearby, there are also historical attractions like the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall that are within walking distance.

Book a room at Wallsun Hotel.

Rates: From NT$1,841/night (~S$81.52)

華山文旅Wallsun Hotel TaipeiADDRESS100, Taiwan, Taipei City, Zhongzheng District, 金山北路1號 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.6 (1832)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2396 3388


7. citizenM Taipei North Gate – Elements of pop art


Hotels in Taipei citizenM Taipei North Gate LobbyImage credit: @taiwanhotels via Instagram

Art and culture aficionados would appreciate the tasteful pop-art decor sprinkled around citizenM Taipei North Gate. As you might’ve guessed from the hotel’s name, it also overlooks one of Taiwan’s best-kept national monuments, the 2-storey North Gate. The gate is lit up every Lantern Festival season, which makes it a good option if you’re there in February. 

Hotels in Taipei citizenM Taipei North Gate RoomImage credit: @taiwanhotels via Instagram

For an interesting photo op, check out the hotel’s winding staircase that connects the lounge area to their in-house restaurant on the second floor. 

Hotels in Taipei citizenM Taipei North Gate Spiral StaircaseImage credit: citizenM Taipei North Gate

Checking into citizenM is also extremely fuss-free and efficient, as they employ several self-service check-in machines around the lobby. Plus, they’re right opposite the Taoyuan International Airport – so there’s no need for you to go through the hassle of hailing down a cab.

Book a room at citizenM Taipei North Gate.

Rates: From NT$1,842/night (~S$81.57)

citizenM Taipei North Gate ADDRESSNo. 3號, Section 1, Zhonghua Rd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (2729)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 070 1016 1061 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT $104.00 image$112.32imageCheapest$104.00


8. Hot Spring Resort – Traditional Japanese home-inspired


Hotels in Taipei Hot Spring Resort RoomImage credit: Taiwan Hot Spring

If you’ve ever wanted to feel like you’re in 2 places at once, Hot Spring Resort will give you a slice of traditional Japan in the midst of the Beitou district. They’ve got tatami floor mats, sliding doors and latticed windows in each guest room that’ll seemingly whisk you away to Japan. 

You also get your own private onsen pool, where you can indulge in a stress-relieving soak after a day of exploring the nearby mountains and nature trails.

Hotels in Taipei Hot Spring Resort Hot SpringImage credit: Taiwan Hot Spring

The resort is also a stone’s throw away from the Taiwan Shan Guang Temple and the Beitou Museum, the latter of which serves Japanese tea and desserts.

Book a room at Hot Spring Resort.

Rates: From NT$2,009/night (~S$88.96)Address: No.4-1 Yinguang Lane, Wenquan Road, Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan, 112, ChinaContact: +886 2 2891 0033


9. Finders Hotel – Eccentric decor with rentable playroom


Hotels in Taipei Finders Hotel LobbyImage credit: Finders Hotel

“Finders keepers” might be a pretty apt way of describing Finders Hotel, which features bits and bobs of whimsical decor all around the hotel. The main lobby’s big screen movie player, arcade machines, and free flow instant noodles and drinks add to its perky and youthful energy.

Hotels in Taipei Finders Hotel Children PlayroomImage credit: Finders Hotel

The lodging is also perfect for families with young children, as there’s free rental of baby bath tubs and cots for certain room types. If mommy and daddy want to go on more outdoor adventures, they can also book the hotel’s children’s playroom that’s stocked with enough fun things to keep the tod entertained.

Book a room at Finders Hotel

Rates: From NT$1,255/night (~S$55.57)

Finders Hotel ADDRESSNo. 86, Section 1, Chongqing S Rd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (1897)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2389 9595 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT $78.59 imageCheapest$78.59


10. Hotel Fun – “Bookshelf” rooms & billiards


Hotels in Taipei Hotel Fun RoomImage credit: Hotel Fun via Google Maps

Books emanate cosiness, and when there’s a whole “bookshelf” of them behind your bed, you know you’re gonna have a comfy night’s rest. While not technically a bookshelf, Hotel Fun in Zhongshan District has these wholesome wallpapers that give the room its cuddle-bug factor.

There’s also free WiFi and breakfast all around, which is always a plus in any traveller’s book.

Hotels in Taipei Hotel Fun Pool TableImage credit: Hotel Fun 

Downstairs, you can either get your game on with billiard tables and dart boards, or sink into a massage chair for some R&R. 

Rates: From NT$1,214/night (~S$53.76)

Hotel Fun ADDRESSNo. 487號, Linsen N Rd, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 104 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4 (1773)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2511 5511 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT $72.74 imageCheapest$72.74


11. Chill Roof Hotel – 9 uniquely-themed rooms


Hotels in Taipei Chill Roof Hotel RoomImage credit: @burinmimi via Instagram

From Scandinavian to beachside to downtown SoHo, Chill Roof Hotel has rooms in 9 different aesthetics. For example, the Berber room has a bright yellow hammock and thick wooden windows that resemble a homey Italian apartment by the countryside.

And in case you’re packing light – there are coin-operated washing and drying machines where you can do your laundry. Don’t forget to fill your bottle at the water dispenser in the lobby before you head out. 

Hotels in Taipei Chill Roof Hotel LobbyFlip through a magazine as you wait in the lobby.Image credit: @love.pho.to via Instagram

Close by, you’ll also find the Ningxia Night Market and Guanghua Shopping Centre where you can get good deals at gooder prices.

Rates: From NT$1,972/night (~S$87.33)

靜好文旅 Chill Roof HotelADDRESS104089, Taiwan, Taipei City, Zhongshan District, Section 2, Nanjing E Rd, 11號11樓 Opening Hours:Thursday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.7 (372)CONTACT INFORMATION+886 02 2571 8875


Visit these hotels in Taipei, Taiwan

With a roster of aesthetic hotels in Taiwan, beautiful landmarks won’t be the only places where you’ll be snapping up pics for the ‘Gram. So, before you pack your luggages and hop on a plane, don’t forget to throw in your camera charger and read up on some of our Taiwan must trys and local experiences.

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Cover image adapted from: @wallsunhotel_taipei & @burinmimi via Instagram, Waterfront Hotel Taipei, JSL HotelA portion of this content may contain referral links to products. However, all opinions are ours.Originally published on 2nd December 2022 by Faith Leong. Last updated by Joycelyn Yeow on 11th May 2023.

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