This business-savvy hotel welcomes corporate travelers with a wealth of dedicated amenities.
For doing business in Taipei, this hotel can't be beat. It's just steps from Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei International Convention Center and Taipei 101 (formerly the Taipei World Financial Center). Location aside, the property is far from corporate. While it offers the Grand Hyatt's signature sleek design, splashes of color and mid-century modern accent furnishings enhance the style. The 853 guest rooms and suites have tastefully incorporated Asian-influenced décor, and all come with triple-line telephones with conference call ability, satellite TV, large work desks, stocked mini-bars and warm, soothing color schemes. Grand Club rooms on the 22nd floor add complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails and canapés.
Guests enjoy a wide selection of dining options on-site. Irodori offers an upscale Japanese buffet, while contemporary Café serves a variety of international dishes. Also on the menu at the hotel's restaurants are sophisticated regional Chinese (Yun Jin), continental European (Bel Air Bar and Grill), Cantonese and dim sum (Pearl Liang), casual fare (Cheers), Italian and Mexican (ZIGA ZAGA) and afternoon tea (Cha Lounge). Health buffs can enjoy yoga, Pilates and tai chi classes, and the full-service Oasis Spa is sure to relax guests with its themed rituals: Calm, Revive, Healing and Renew. Complementing the business-friendly setting, the hotel can host conventions for up to 1,200 with 13 flexible meeting spaces including a pillar-free ballroom.