Accor, the most dynamic international hotel group in China, proudly announced today the opening of its first hotel in Taiwan, the new Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport. As economic collaborations between Mainland and Taiwan continue to strengthen, this newest property is well set to cater to Taiwan’s fast growing business travel and leisure tourist market. Furthermore, the launch of the new hotel is strategically important for the group’s development in the Greater China region where Accor has now established a presence in all major regions including the Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and now Taiwan.
Located at Taiwan’s busiest international airport, Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport is accessible in a few minutes from the terminal building.
Designed for Natural Living, the 360-room Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport is designed to deliver a restful stay and a comfortable work environment. All guests have free access to wifi in public areas, and rooms are equipped with LCD flat screens with an extensive international selection of TV channels. Innovative design elements are featured in all aspects of the room as well as relaxing ‘rain’ showers and anti-mist mirrors, dedicated flexible workspaces with high-speed an in-room safe large enough for a laptop and 24-hour room service. Guests staying on the Executive Premier Floor can access the exclusive executive lounge which offers a host of additional benefits.
Golf fanatics will be pleased to know that the hotel is close to Meilihua Miramar Golf resort. The hotel provides a complimentary shuttle bus to Taoyuan City, home to many important industrial parks, just 15 minutes away.
Downtown Taipei with its myriad of attractions such as the National Palace Museum, the National Fine Arts Museum and Taipei 101, the world’s tallest skyscraper, is just 25 miles away, and the hotel enjoys convenient transportation links from the airport. Taipei, with its fun night markets, quiet temples and busy parks, is one of the region’s most dynamic and comfortable cities which, just like Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport, strikes a balance between business and leisure.
All guests can stay connected with the hotel’s “Web Corner on a Mac,” a comfortable space outfitted with user-friendly Apple iMacs and a full service business centre is available. For conferences or meetings, the hotel offers a 488-sqm pillar-free Grand Ballroom and five additional meeting rooms flooded with natural light with one-touch control panels for lighting, sound and multi-media equipment.
The hotel breaks down the walls that separate business and leisure travel so that guests can find the right balance between work and play. Alongside state-of-the-art meeting facilities and the latest technology, Novotel’s innovative leisure services such as the ‘In Balance’ fitness gym filled with the latest exercise equipment, a steam room, sauna and an indoor swimming pool providing guests spaces to unwind and work out.
The Square is the Novotel brand’s flagship food and beverage offering in Asia, with its cutting edge design and versatility moving well beyond the traditional hotel coffee shop. The Square updates the dining experience, making guests active participants, as their food is cooked-to-order as they move through different restaurant stations. Exotic specialties from Asia are served along side great European dishes, together with new world favorites from the Americas and Australia. This alongside Novotel’s trademark exceptional service will make for an unforgettable dining experience for our guests.
As well as The Square, the hotel has a Chinese restaurant THE WEI with private dining rooms and two bars Q Bar in the lobby and O2 Bar by the swimming pool.
“Through our successful partnership with China Airlines, the opening of Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport will form a strategic footprint in Taiwan, a gateway destination. This Novotel will assist in meeting the needs of both domestic and international travelers.” said Mr. Robert Murray, Senior Vice President of Accor Greater China.