Now it’s time to show you around outside on the 10th floor of the WTaipei Hotel.
We chose to have our breakfasts and dinners al fresco often. Like everywhere in the world where there is airco, the tendency is to turn it on way too high (read: freezing) for our taste. Therefor outdoors is often a way better option for us.
The outdoor area was -like the rest of the hotel- beautifully designed. The layout, the furniture, the lighting, the ambiance, the decor….tasteful and trendy.
|The views from here are nice as well.|
|From here you can look up and see the hotel itself, including the red W on the top.|
|We did not use the pool , but usually it was not busy and it was a pleasure just to look at it.|
|I just had to take a picture of these cute girls. And a bit later I also took a picture of these cute….. uh….naah…guys.|
|Al Fresco pizza, beer and bubbles…yummie!|
On the internet we read reviews about guests that were troubled by the noise in their rooms. Noise coming from the pool or from one of the bars. This could very well be. We were lucky enough to have a room that was not facing the pool directly. Besides that the hotel has some white noise machines that seem to help you sleep. We did not have to use ours and slept well.
We did not have a chance to visit the other restaurant in the hotel, nor the gym or the spa. So no pictures or reviews about those, sorry.
During opening hours from the mall next door, you can walk inside from the hotel lobby on street level, through the mall, to the MRT. This way you can avoid heat, cold or rains.
Well, that’s all about the WTaipei, folks. If you can afford it, I definitely recommend this hotel.
In my next post we will visit Taipei 101, the world’s third highest building in the world.
What do you think of WTaipei? Would you go there, when in Taipei? Do you like cool, trendy and luxury? Or do you prefer other types of hotels?