Stayed at Promised Land resort during our recent "road trip" in Taiwan. Though the resort seems a bit 'plopped out of nowhere', there's lots to do on the grounds and no need to leave the premises at all! My baby was a bit too young (only 10 months), but can't wait to go back when he is a bit older so he can take advantage of all the fun activities (and there are lots!): boat rides, swimming pools/slides, jungle gyms, canoeing, etc. etc. The rooms are a bit ho-hum (nothing special), but they are quite clean. The resort is definitely showing its age, but again, this didn't bother me, surprisingly (I'm usually very picky!). The breakfast buffet wasn't fabulous but wasn't too bad. All in all, a very fun place and one I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to friends/family.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The resort is an artwork of leading architects from the world’s top resort designing firm W A T&G.The whole place is saturated with fantasy inspired by Spanish architect,Antoni Gaudi,in the form of winding arches with sprouting Babylon,Byzantine , and Moorish motifs.Sporadic usages of mosaic with astute Andalusia homeland accent add playful character to the building hapes.As if in a breathtaking show of titanic pulse,layers of mountain ridges wind their way into the distant horizon resembling tumbling tides in the nearby Pacific Ocean .Next to the spectacular feat of nature also loom traces of exotic domes ,arches,hallways,columns,and other civic forms.Humanity awaits eventful encounter upon your arrival in this amazing journey to Promised Land. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Promised Land Hotel Hualien