1 Chung Shan N. Rd.
The Grand Hotel, with its traditional palace style architecture, vermilion pillars , stately archways, and brilliantly tiled roof, is not only one of the most easily recognized landmarks of Taiwan, but it is an emblem of ancient China. The red carpet up the entry steps welcomes you into grace and elegance. Throughout the hotel, you willl find incredible attention to the details that both make this one of the most historic and luxurious hotels in Taiwan. The Grand Hotel has for decades played host to dignitaries from around the world.
A total of 348 guest rooms including suites, are ranked deluxe class. Your room will be a wonderful place of quiet and peace with large comfortable beds, places to sit a read, and a spacious bathroom. Each room is tastefully equipped with remote control color TV with 24-hour in-house programming and satellite broadcasting, self-service minibar / refrigerator, coffee and tea making facilities, ironing board, hair dryer, international direct dial telephones, refrigerator, and individually controlled air conditioning.
Most rooms offer a view of the river and historic area of the city below as well as a balcony to relax while enjoying a wonderful room service meal or cocktail (served from 6am to midnight daily).
Six restaurants in the hotel itself offer a selection of cuisine from traditional Chinese to coffee and pastries to burgers and fries. Enjoy a European buffet in The Grand Garden. The Chi-Lin Cafe is a sanctuary of serenity in the bustling city. With a selection of light yet appetizing meals, and selections from a full espresso bar, this restaurant is a great place for a mid-morning snack. While drinking fresh local tea, enjoy the view morning or night of the Keelunk River.
Sit back and enjoy afternoon tea in the English tradition in The Grand Lobby while listening to daily live performances of Chinese and classical music. The 60's Bar and Lounge will transport you back in time with excellent live jazz and a grand selection of international wines, beers, and spirits.