Taiwan is one of Asia’s most popular destinations, packed with a wide variety of attractions such as food, relaxation, shopping, historic sites, and nature. With well-developed transportation networks in major cities such as Taipei and Kaohsiung, coupled with the safety and kindness of the local people, Taiwan is an easy destination to visit for both first-time and repeat visitors.
In this page, our two hotels in Taiwan,The Okura Prestige Taipei and the Hotel Royal Nikko Taipei introduce you to recommended spots. We hope you will enjoy your trip to endlessly fascinating Taiwan with Okura Nikko Hotels.
The Okura Prestige Taipei
The Okura Prestige Taipei is one of the city’s leading luxury hotels, located in the Zhongshan area of Taipei, the largest city in Taiwan. The Zhongshan Nanjing commercial area surrounding the hotel is home to financial businesses, international boutiques, and upscale restaurants and stands out as one of the most glamorous and sophisticated areas of Taipei City.
The Okura Prestige Taipei recommends four spots in Taipei City where nostalgia and the latest trends blend together.
Hotel Royal Nikko Taipei
Hotel Royal Nikko Taipei is located in the beautiful tree-lined street of Zhongshan North Road, only 45 minutes drive from Taoyuan International Airport, 15 minutes drive from Taipei Songshan Airport, and 3 minutes walk from MRT Zhongshan Station. The hotel underwent a guest room renovation in 2017 to provide guests with a calm and relaxing space. We warmly welcome you to the hotel, gently illuminated by natural light.
Hotel Royal Nikko Taipei will guide you to the four spots in Taipei City and its suburbs for a deeply healing and refreshing experience.
Hotel Nikko Kaohsiung [Opening 2024]
Hotel Nikko Kaoshiung is opening soon in Kaohsiung, which is Taiwan’s second-largest city, with a thriving international harbor strategically located on the busy shipping lanes between Northeast Asia and the South Pacific. A number of Japanese companies have offices around the harbor, one of Kaohsiung’s sightseeing spots, offering visitors fine views. It takes about 90 minutes by Taiwan High Speed Rail from the city to Taiwan’s capital city, Taipei.