This is a small resort based in a famous Hot Springs. They have some spa pools (including those fish that nibble your feet), and a larger pool which is good enough for splashing around but not really for adult swimming which also includes an infinite number of ways to spray yourself with water. They have day visitors for the spa as well as (I would guess) about 15 rooms for residents. The venue is just outside a small village, so this isn't a beach resort. There are restaurants in the village, but we didn't try them.
We stayed 3 nights in an excellent room: two large beds, large TV, and indoor and outdoor hot tubs. The beds were very good with high quality bedding. The deal includes breakfast and dinner buffets, which were good enough but not fantastic--although they made a point of bringing in some good salads for us westerners.
The staff were extremely helpful. Especially Tony, who grew up in the US. They ferried us around, including lending us bikes for an excursion. They also arranged a taxi from the high-speed train (about an hour) and back at the ends of the visit.
Apparently there's something of an arms race going on with hotels in the area, so I don't know how this compares with its rivals. It suited our need for somewhere quiet to decompress. Weekends are busiest, so they might offer a good deal for weekdays.
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- The Mudan Hot Springs Taiwan/Pingtung County