This high-rise hotel offers great accommodations in a recreational area with so much to do and see that you’ll be torn between being out and active or being lazy and enjoying your hotel. I stayed in room 912 and, while not officially a lake-view room, I could still see the lake off in the distance. Right outside the hotel, the bikeway is built above the water and connects to the 23 km path that goes all the way around the lake. Bikes can be borrowed for free from the hotel (small selection) or easily rented from multiple dealers in town. The hotel also has a workout room, but no pool.
Of the 106 rooms in the hotel, 80 face the lake and 26 do not. Lake views are about $100USD more expensive than those without. There is also a large conference room suitable for groups up to 150 people on the roof level. Surrounded with windows, and equipped with a decent sized stage, this would make an impressive presentation area.
My room came with two double beds, coffee/tea service, mini-bar, flat screen TV, and a low, Japanese style tea table and chairs. A large, wall hung desk and shelves made a very workable area to spread out my paperwork and the Wi-Fi worked well.
The bath has a huge, slate-tiled soaking tub – similar to those found in the mineral springs resorts. Topped with a wooden cap, it’s a great place to relax with a cup of tea. A large bowled sink, standard toilet, and additional, separate shower round out the bath.
Check directly with the hotel for special packages that include high tea or full dinners in addition to the complimentary breakfasts.
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- Also Known As:
- Sun Moon Lake Hotel Taiwan/Nantou