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Spa World Spring Resort

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#39 of 44 hotels in Beitou
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Hot Tub
Meeting rooms
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
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I recommend their hot spring water baths. The public space was not busy. The resort is nestled on top of a hill overlooking Peitou district. The spa mostly consists of hot sulfurous water baths. Some of the pools contain lukewarm water and there is also a stone bed. Spending 2-3h in there was enough to relax.
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Visited the resort to use the hot spring. When at the roof top all three pods are not even warm enough. Understood one pod is for normal temperature but both other pods simply can't make it. When a staff came up to check the temperature and turn on the hot water supply, the flow of hot water is so much slower in flow then the cold water, it does not help to improve the temperature. Technically, it is not of standard for the hot spring effect and the amount charged NT380 does not warrant the quality. Real disappointment.
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This place is pretty basic - the rooms are not big, but they're not small - the location is just up the hill from the main park in the center of Beitou, so I think the location is ideal - there are multiple baths on the rooftop for guests to enjoy, and later at night it was empty (just my friend and I), but the bathroom to prepare to enter the hot spring was old and run down and didn't have any water, or lotion, or soap to wash off - nothing The breakfast was also REALLY disappointing - the eggs were completely unseasoned, and they didn't have any soy sauce or anything at your table to season your food, when I asked for some the woman acted like I was crazy and had no idea what I was talking about - there was very little offered for breakfast, and what was offered was not tasty the staff were friendly and helpful
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Was looking for a place to soak for an hour or two away from the hordes of mainland Chinese tourists and thought this might be the place. It was NT$380 to enter and NT$120 for a towel that is just slightly larger than an oversized dishtowel. (So bring your own towel!) There are three decent-sized pools as well as a small basin to dip your feet. If the place is empty, as it was for my first hour, it can be quite blissful surrounded by the potted plants and trees and view of nearby hills. But after about an hour a number of noisy mainland Chinese tourists arrived and that was the cue: time to go. The locker room is relatively clean, and you'll be given a lock at check-in to store your belongings. Can't really imagine staying overnight in this place as it features two-hour specials and doesn't have much else going for it. You're better off staying elsewhere.
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We just stay one night for double bed room in spa spring resort and feel a little bit disappointed, the room is big enough though. 2 things to add value may be just the spa function in the bathroom & the staff there not charging me additionally for the 2-kid stay. (Maybe because of already charged of high season rate (mid-autumn festival). The cleanliness of the room, including the mattress and also the changing room in the roof for the outdoor hot spring need great improvement.
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$58 - $146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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