Friday, November 23, 2012

Taiwan Trip September 2012 - iTaipei Service Apartment (京站國際酒店式公寓)

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After our stay at Hualian, Taiwan, I travelled back to Taipei and stay at iTaipei Service Apartment (京站國際酒店式公寓) for a couple of days before returning to Singapore. iTaipei which is actually a residential apartment which some rooms are rented out to holiday makers like me. This is a new trend in Taiwan. The service apartment is conveniently located just opposite Taipei Main Station and on top of QSquare Shopping Mall.

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At iTaipei Service Apartment, there are several theme rooms such as French Sentiment, Purple Charm, Japanese Zen style, Amercian Neoclassicism, Paris Vogue, Grander Chinese style, Modern Bvlgari and Armani Style. We got the Modern Bvlagri room and I simply fell in love with the interior design.

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The TV can be rotated 360 degree to face either the sitting area or the bed.

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A small kitchen area if you want to prepare your own meals.

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The toilet is quite small but I am not complaining. It comes with rain shower too.

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The standard amenities are provided at the service apartment. If you need to wash your clothes, there is washing machine too.

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(photo from iTaipei website)

With its strategic location that is near to basically all the transportation, I would recommend hotel makers to consider iTaipei service apartment. In addition, it is just located above the QSquare Shopping Mall. The only inconvenient is locating the check in area for the service apartment. It is actually located outside the shopping mall near exit Y1/Y3 (beside the carpark entrance). Just overcome this obstacle and you will find that iTaipei service apartment is a nice place to stay in Taiwan and reasonable priced too.


iTaipei Service Apartment (京站國際酒店式公寓)
Website:http://www.myresort.com.tw/
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/taipei.apartment
E-mail:itaipei@mail.jsl.com.tw

2 comments:

  1. keep your taiwan posts coming! I'm going in Dec. :) Any must-eat?

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    1. Sorry this is my last Taiwan post but feel free to ask me anything offline. Hmm...Taiwan is all about street food for me.

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