We stayed in a family room for 3 nights (two queen-size beds). This rooms have no good views but are very spacious. The standard rooms are facing the green garden/hill and are having a balcony. The family rooms are facing the street without a balcony. For breakfast you have to go to the other chalet-type hotel at the lake, 1min away. With the buffet breakfast you have a good choice: fruits, cereals, warm Chinese/Japanese and Western food, the coffee and juices are awful. From the restaurant you can see the swimming pool (no glass wall) and especially hear the people running in the gym or playing billiard, it is a bit noisy and annoying. I cannot recommend the restaurant for dinner, expensive and not tasty at all. The lobby at the hotel is maybe good for smoking but not for relaxing, right beside the car park so in busy times lot of exhaust fumes... But for the price and the location it is a good choice!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Standing next to the lakeside trail of the cable car station, the MOON LAKE is original with unique totems of the Itathao Tribe. The lobby follows a Bali style design and the chair of weaving integrated in the bricks present aboriginal feature. It brings travelers a relaxing and romantic holiday atmosphereThe “Starry Moonlight Restaurant” at the top floor of the Moon Lake Garden Hotel overlooks the waters and mountains of Sun Moon Lake, and is right under bright and clear starry sky. We give you where is filled with delicacies and beautiful views. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lealea Garden Hotels-Sun Moon Lake-Moon Taiwan/Nantou County