We had a chalet with two double beds, because as in most rural areas of Taiwan, this hotel does not know the meaning of "twin beds". The staff does not speak more English than we speak Chinese, just three or four words. The room was old but ok for the price, with a minibar, TV, and complimentary bottled water. The beds were comfortable. After a long day of driving, we liked to soak and relax in the private spa with natural hot spring water. The larger outdoor hot spring pools did not have any water, because April is not their season (we were the only guests). Therefore, also the restaurant was closed for dinner. Breakfast was ok, because we managed to make them understand we wanted just toast, jam and coffee with milk. But instead of in the restaurant, it was offered in a garage-like room open to the street.