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Monarch Skyline Hotel
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Reviewed 13 January 2010

I had thought this was a luxury five star hotel, until the 6th night of our 10 night stay. One morning, at 9am, I received a phone call requesting that we move from 17th floor room, which we were enjoying, to an "upgrade" on the 5th floor. Apparently, a tour group from China was coming in for the new year and they all had requested to stay on a top floor to see the fireworks. Ok, fine. I'm cool with that. But then we get to the first room they gave us, and it's filled with stale, acrid, disgusting smoke. So we immediately called, and despite their protestations that the hotel was fully non-smoking, it was apparent even to their staff that it was stale smoke. We moved to yet another room, which was smaller than the one we originally started out with. Apparently this they considered an "upgrade". It's an embarrassment of a hotel. I called again to demonstrate my displeasure, and it was met with, "Well you wanted to move." To which I responded, "Why the hell would I want to move on my own volition without you CALLING ME to ask me to move?" No answer. So you know what? I love Taiwan. I love everything about it. Except this hotel. So do not stay here. In case some Chinese tour group shows up and needs your room.

  • Stayed: January 2010, travelled as a couple
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9  Thank cohsu47
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Reviewed 13 October 2008

Stayed here along with other associates in order to attend a meeting. This is a brand-new hotel, about 10-15 minutes from both the Taoyuan International Airport and High-Speed Rail Taoyuan Stations. It is also about 30 minutes to Taipei, and 15 to downtown Taoyuan city, making this a very good transit hotel.

Having stayed in many hotels in Taoyuan, I would say this new property pretty much raises the bar for hotel rooms in the area. The five-star rooms are generously sized, with large bathrooms. Tubs and showers are separate. Rooms are equipped with a large desk and broadband internet is free. I found the rooms to be very quiet--perfect for working or napping. The staff is very caring and professional, with excellent English skills (better than many of Taiwan's top hotels).

There were, however, some areas that weren't quite so five-star. The pool and workout room are rather small. They should have just put in a real gym, rather than a "VIP room" full of desks next to a room with some running machines and a weight bench. The breakfast buffet offered a lot of food, but still seemed rather ho-hum (no omelet station, etc.). You won't starve, but you won't jump for joy.

I couldn't really find a dedicated business center (but you probably don't need one in this day and age), and it seems that either there is no coffee shop or they are still working on it. (Breakfast was served in the third-floor Chinese restaurant). The decor in the lobby's sitting area and bar looks like Liberace meets A Space Odyssey (fortunately, the hotel rooms have been spared this).

The hotel is to the right of Taimall, one of Taiwan's largest shopping malls. There is also a 7-11 across the street, and a large drugstore a few doors down. Many taxi drivers don't know this hotel as it is so new, but they do know "Taimall".

  • Stayed: October 2008, travelled on business
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5  Thank tulipjones
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Reviewed 4 December 2017
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  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile
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Stayed: October 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 23 November 2017 via mobile
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Stayed: October 2017, travelled on business
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