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Luxury Motels in Taiwan

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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby rosarot » 25 Mar 2012, 01:02

okbun wrote:One of the most beautiful luxury motels in Taichung- Mulan Motel


I stayed there a few weeks ago and can recommend it. Had a great room, very nice service staff and they offer great deals if you book online (don't let them scare you away with the rates quoted on their website).
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby okbun » 29 Mar 2012, 15:42

rosarot wrote:
okbun wrote:One of the most beautiful luxury motels in Taichung- Mulan Motel


I stayed there a few weeks ago and can recommend it. Had a great room, very nice service staff and they offer great deals if you book online (don't let them scare you away with the rates quoted on their website).


I heard it is really hard to book a room at Mulan. How much did you pay for the room?
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby tango42 » 29 Mar 2012, 16:00

Is that what they look like? Never noticed.

I've stayed at quite a few in different places in Taiwan, but perhaps too pre-occupied with meaningless conversation while opening the cheap wine or beer from 7/11 down the street, flipping through the luxury TV channels, investigating the contents of the vending machine beside the bed, jumping into the hot tub, and figuring out the special machines and devices before time, sun or garage door is up.
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby Belgian Pie » 29 Mar 2012, 16:11

Don't forget to ask the DVD they recorded of your stay when you check out ... :roflmao:
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Re: Luxury Motels in Taiwan

Postby rosarot » 05 Apr 2012, 19:04

okbun wrote:
rosarot wrote:
okbun wrote:One of the most beautiful luxury motels in Taichung- Mulan Motel


I stayed there a few weeks ago and can recommend it. Had a great room, very nice service staff and they offer great deals if you book online (don't let them scare you away with the rates quoted on their website).


I heard it is really hard to book a room at Mulan. How much did you pay for the room?


Not at all.

http://www.mymotel.net.tw/order.swf?HotelID=32

Pick a room, check availability, book online. You might not find a free room for the same night (especially on weekends) but booking a few days in advance should work.
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