Luxury Motels in Taiwan

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Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 06 Jan 2012, 16:04

Has anyone ever stayed in of those luxury motels before? They are getting very popular in Taiwan. These luxury motels usually have gigantic bathrooms, huge hot tub with built-in TVs, private garages, some of the rooms even have their own swimming pools.They are actually not that expensive when compare to a five star hotel. I think the price range from 2000NT to 10,000NT.

found some pictures over the internet
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 06 Jan 2012, 16:14

more pictures
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby *monkey* » 06 Jan 2012, 16:17

Do the horses vibrate or something?
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 06 Jan 2012, 16:19

movie theme
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby 80sStar » 06 Jan 2012, 16:25

Umm...most of the pics you link to are from China. But, yeah, there are some nice motels here. I've stayed in a few.
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 06 Jan 2012, 16:34

80sStar wrote:Umm...most of the pics you link to are from China. But, yeah, there are some nice motels here. I've stayed in a few.


Yeah these pictures are from a Chinese(mainland China) discussion forum but the title is "Introducing Taiwanese Five Star Motels" link to the discussion forum if you can read Chinese
http://bbs.city.tianya.cn/tianyacity/co ... 3552.shtml
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 06 Jan 2012, 16:36

*monkey* wrote:Do the horses vibrate or something?

Yes they do move
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby Mucha Man » 06 Jan 2012, 16:37

Love motels are great here. Given a choice I always go for a love motel or a B&B, rarely a hotel unless it is in the NT1200 or less range and I just need a place to sleep the night. For mid-range, B&Bs and love motels offer far better quality.
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby 80sStar » 06 Jan 2012, 16:38

okbun wrote:
80sStar wrote:Umm...most of the pics you link to are from China. But, yeah, there are some nice motels here. I've stayed in a few.


Yeah these pictures are from a Chinese(mainland China) discussion forum but the title is "Introducing Taiwanese Five Star Motels" link to the discussion forum if you can read Chinese
http://bbs.city.tianya.cn/tianyacity/co ... 3552.shtml


Yes I can. And thx for the link :thumbsup:
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 06 Jan 2012, 22:21

One of the most beautful luxury motels in Taichung- Mulan Motel

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