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Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei

Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei

4 Stars

100 Dun Hua North Road Songshan District Taipei 10549


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 3
Service 2
Location 4
Pricing 3
Overall 3
Featuring elegant spaces and top-notch facilities in the city centre, Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei creates a suitable base for discerning travellers exploring the Taiwan capital. While in Taipei, guests check out exhibits at National Taiwan Museum or visit cultural gems like Taipei Confucius Temple and Bao'an Temple. Holidaymakers also marvel at the view atop Taipei 101 or join events at Taipei International Convention Center.

Location
Hotel Sunworld Dynasty is on the corner of Dun Hua North Road and Nanjing East Road in the heart of Taipei financial, banking, shopping, arts and entertainment district. Taipei Main Station is also near the hotel. Tourists stroll along Taipei Botanical Garden or shop at Dihua Street.

Rooms
All 745 stylish rooms and suites have Wi-Fi access, coffee/tea maker, cable TV, hairdryer and refrigerator. Suites have safe deposit box and separate living room.

Restaurant
Diners at Sunworld Dynasty Hotel wake up to a tasty breakfast on site. Patrons can also sample Chinese specialties, Western cuisines and international dishes at the hotel restaurants. Enjoy drinks and pastries at Dyna Bar and PopoUp Cafe.

General
Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei provides meeting rooms, business centre, Wi-Fi access in public areas, concierge services, convenience store, fitness centre, safe deposit box and parking (fees apply). Patrons unwind in the outdoor pool or have massages at the spa for leisure.

Additional Information

  • 500 m to the Train Station
  • 3 km to the Airport

Hotel Facilities

  • Airport Transfer
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Cafe
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Reception
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Tour Desk
  • Baby Sitting Service
  • Beauty Salon / Hairdresser
  • Conference Facilities
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Business Centre
  • Currency Exchange Services
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Parking Facilities
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Mini Bar
  • Safe
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities

Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei Guest Reviews (10)


Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei
3 out of 5

Location is good, Room is clear. Only few Staff, not able serve all customer. sometimes queue up so long time for a simple question.

Leo Hon wrote on June 29, 2012


Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei
1 out of 5

We checked in to this hotel around midnight having booked and pre-paid already. The location was in an accessible area and the pictures had seemed okay online, so we went ahead and booked it for our week-long stay. First, our room with 2 single beds was decently sized but highly out-of-date. The carpet was stained, the furniture was old and bulky, and the bathroom was un-updated. After an hour of turning on the thermostat's heat, it was still cold so we called downstairs and found out that the hotel didn't turn on the central heating system in order to save costs! Fine, but heat isn't a typical amenity, it's a necessity! They appeased us by bring a oscillating heat-dish which wasn't large enough to readily heat the room. Whatever. Next, we tried to check our email and asked the front desk for an ethernet cable (no wifi here) and a converter for our laptop. We plugged in to find that the hotel charges 300NT($10USD) each day for internet. Not wanting to pay for something that is usually free in hotels, we opted not to pay for it and inquired about the hotel's business center. The woman at the front desk said using the business center required additional fees. Bummer to say the least. When we got ready for bed, we started hearing the sound of water pouring. I thought it was someone on the floor above showering, but then realized we were on the top floor already. We peeked out into the corridor to find that the ceiling was leaking and literally dumping water onto the carpeted hallway right outside our door. It seems like a pipeline had broke and made its way into the hotel. We alerted downstairs and asked for us to change rooms because the sound of flooding water in the corridor undoubtedly keep us up. The front desk agent complied and prepared a key for us to move to the room next door. Um, that doesn't solve the problem at all--we would still use the same flooded corridor and still hear the incessant dumping of water from the ceiling. Finally understanding, the front desk agent changed our room to a lower floor. At this point, it was 3AM, we were terribly frigid from sitting in their unheated room, agitated from having to unpack and repack to change rooms, annoyed at the lack of internet and heat, and exhausted all around. To compensate us, the night-time maintenance manager gave us 6 days worth of breakfast vouchers, 1 day shy of our full stay. The rest of our stay was luckily not as eventful as our first evening. We both caught wicked colds from the cold air that circulated in the room after checking in. The housekeeping servicewoman was very nice and gave us 4 bottles of water instead of the usual 2 to ease our sore throats. In general the housekeeping was very adept at tidying and highly timely. The breakfast was fine, but I definitely wouldn't pay 480NT ($16USD) for it. It consisted of juice, tea, coffee, omelette station, toast, bread, soy milk, variety of eggs, bacon, french toast, congee, cold cuts, fruit, etc. It had plenty of variety, but the fruit platters were sometimes SPOILED. On our penultimate day, the Honeydew melon platter had an obviously spoiled/expired taste. We alerted the restaurant staff but saw them serving the same platter at lunch later day that. Finally our stay came to an end and we headed downstairs to check out/return the keys. Of the two front desk clerks who were free, neither of them looked up from their computer monitors to acknowledge us. We had to ask if they could help us. Neither of them made eye contact with us, no one uttered a "good morning" or a "hope you enjoyed your stay with us." Clearly, they did not have any customer service training. As an addendum to this review, we want to recognize Peter and the housekeeping department. Peter had a very comical spirit and was highly apologetic when he delivered the heat dish and ethernet cable to our room. The housekeeping department was also very thoughtful by providing us with extra bottled water.

ReviewsByPatsy wrote on January 18, 2012


Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei
3 out of 5

Was unable to control the AC in the room. Was on full blast and easily kept the room below 15C consistently. Calls to front desk to resolve led to no fix.

gccyak wrote on December 19, 2011


Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei
4.2 out of 5

An old hotel but very good location next to Ikea, shopping mall, starbucks and cafes. Pleasant staff. I didn't have breakfast there as it's easy to just eat out. Hotel in room internet is with lan and requires set up. No wifi. More than an hour from airport - by taxi about NT1200 but I understand there is convenient bus service as well.

Anonymous wrote on September 11, 2011


Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei
3.2 out of 5

very old hotel but very spacious.

Anonymous wrote on December 18, 2010


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service2 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Taipei Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

Location is good, Room is clear. Only few Staff, not able serve all customer. sometimes queue up so long time for a simple question.

Review by: Leo Hon
Date stayed June 29, 2012

1 out of 5

We checked in to this hotel around midnight having booked and pre-paid already. The location was in an accessible area and the pictures had seemed okay online, so we went ahead and booked it for our week-long stay. First, our room with 2 single beds was decently sized but highly out-of-date. The carpet was stained, the furniture was old and bulky, and the bathroom was un-updated. After an hour of turning on the thermostat's heat, it was still cold so we called downstairs and found out that the hotel didn't turn on the central heating system in order to save costs! Fine, but heat isn't a typical amenity, it's a necessity! They appeased us by bring a oscillating heat-dish which wasn't large enough to readily heat the room. Whatever. Next, we tried to check our email and asked the front desk for an ethernet cable (no wifi here) and a converter for our laptop. We plugged in to find that the hotel charges 300NT($10USD) each day for internet. Not wanting to pay for something that is usually free in hotels, we opted not to pay for it and inquired about the hotel's business center. The woman at the front desk said using the business center required additional fees. Bummer to say the least. When we got ready for bed, we started hearing the sound of water pouring. I thought it was someone on the floor above showering, but then realized we were on the top floor already. We peeked out into the corridor to find that the ceiling was leaking and literally dumping water onto the carpeted hallway right outside our door. It seems like a pipeline had broke and made its way into the hotel. We alerted downstairs and asked for us to change rooms because the sound of flooding water in the corridor undoubtedly keep us up. The front desk agent complied and prepared a key for us to move to the room next door. Um, that doesn't solve the problem at all--we would still use the same flooded corridor and still hear the incessant dumping of water from the ceiling. Finally understanding, the front desk agent changed our room to a lower floor. At this point, it was 3AM, we were terribly frigid from sitting in their unheated room, agitated from having to unpack and repack to change rooms, annoyed at the lack of internet and heat, and exhausted all around. To compensate us, the night-time maintenance manager gave us 6 days worth of breakfast vouchers, 1 day shy of our full stay. The rest of our stay was luckily not as eventful as our first evening. We both caught wicked colds from the cold air that circulated in the room after checking in. The housekeeping servicewoman was very nice and gave us 4 bottles of water instead of the usual 2 to ease our sore throats. In general the housekeeping was very adept at tidying and highly timely. The breakfast was fine, but I definitely wouldn't pay 480NT ($16USD) for it. It consisted of juice, tea, coffee, omelette station, toast, bread, soy milk, variety of eggs, bacon, french toast, congee, cold cuts, fruit, etc. It had plenty of variety, but the fruit platters were sometimes SPOILED. On our penultimate day, the Honeydew melon platter had an obviously spoiled/expired taste. We alerted the restaurant staff but saw them serving the same platter at lunch later day that. Finally our stay came to an end and we headed downstairs to check out/return the keys. Of the two front desk clerks who were free, neither of them looked up from their computer monitors to acknowledge us. We had to ask if they could help us. Neither of them made eye contact with us, no one uttered a "good morning" or a "hope you enjoyed your stay with us." Clearly, they did not have any customer service training. As an addendum to this review, we want to recognize Peter and the housekeeping department. Peter had a very comical spirit and was highly apologetic when he delivered the heat dish and ethernet cable to our room. The housekeeping department was also very thoughtful by providing us with extra bottled water.

Review by: ReviewsByPatsy
Date stayed January 18, 2012

3 out of 5

Was unable to control the AC in the room. Was on full blast and easily kept the room below 15C consistently. Calls to front desk to resolve led to no fix.

Review by: gccyak
Date stayed December 19, 2011

4.2 out of 5

An old hotel but very good location next to Ikea, shopping mall, starbucks and cafes. Pleasant staff. I didn't have breakfast there as it's easy to just eat out. Hotel in room internet is with lan and requires set up. No wifi. More than an hour from airport - by taxi about NT1200 but I understand there is convenient bus service as well.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 11, 2011

3.2 out of 5

very old hotel but very spacious.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 18, 2010

4 out of 5

This is a good clean hotel that has been recently renovated.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 14, 2010

1.8 out of 5

The first room that I was checked into was smelt dank and was badly worn, as was the second. Finally I was upgraded to a better room, although it did not have any heating and was quite unpleasantly cold. This hotel seems to have passed its hayday and is somewhat run down. I have got far better quality and value for money elsewhere. On the other hand it is located on a beautiful treelined road nearby the domestic airport so could be ok for those taking domestic flights and Ikea (where you can get a featherdown doona, you might need it if the heating system is not working in your room) and Outback Steakhouse are located next door.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 26, 2009

4.2 out of 5

Hotel lubby wasn't as good as I expected.

Review by: ALIREZA ABOLFAZLI
Date stayed October 17, 2009

4.4 out of 5

It was a great and pleasant stay thru out the 6 days in Taipei. This hotel from facilities, cleanliness up to people and services were all met my requirements. Need to specially mention the extremely good services and friendliness that rendered by the conceirge staff. Everytime we asked about directions, despite of their busy works, they still very patient and shown us the map how to get to the destinations. Overall, i am very satisfied with this hotel and for sure will come back on my next visit to Taipei. A small little suggestion to make it even more perfect is to consider changing the bfast menu daily, this is more for the guest who staying there for more than 3 days.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 20, 2009

4.6 out of 5

Very good service and nice/comfortable room. However, the location of the hotel may be a distance from the rail station.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 7, 2007

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