Full Moon Spa 

No.1, Lane 85, Wulai Street Wulai District Change
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Guest Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
5/6
rating
81%
would stay again
86%
recommend this hotel

Key Features

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Wi-Fi Available in Public Areas
  • Air conditioning in rooms
  • TV
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Public Air Conditioning

Hotel Description

Full Moon SPA Hotel Is a Wulai Hot Spring Hotel in Taipei, Taiwan.
Located in Wulai Hot Spring Old Street area, Full Moon SPA Hotel is a delightful contemporary hot spring hotel with easy access to both Wulai hot destinations and downtown Taipei. It is elegantly built and designed using precious cypress wood. The nearby interesting attractions include Neidong National Forest Recreation Area, Wulai Waterfall, Yun-Hsien Forest Recreation Park and many others. Guests may simply enjoy local aboriginal delicacies at the stalls on the Wulai Old Street and explore the surroundings. Wulai is a hideaway in the bustling Taipei metropolis with a 40-minute drive from MRT Xindian Station. Full Moon SPA Hotel is a wonderful choice for ones who do not have much time yet wish to enjoy a relaxing hot spring experience for their Taipei travel.

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  • No. of rooms: 20
  • Main
    • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
    • Air conditioning in rooms
    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Safety Deposit Box
    • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
    • Hairdryer in each room
    • Telephone In Each Room
    • Wake Up Call Available
    • Public Air Conditioning
  • Business
    • Wi-Fi Available
    • In-room Broadband
    • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Dining
    • Restaurant
  • Leisure
    • Steam Rooms
  • In Room Entertainment
    • TV
    • [Channels] News
    • [Channels] Movies (Free)
  • Parking
    • Car Parking Available Offsite $60 Per 24 Hour(s)

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Hotel Note

Between Thu, 29 Aug 2013 and Wed, 31 Dec 2014: CHECK-IN time
PM3:00 [non-holiday Sunday to Friday]
PM5:00 [Saturday and the day before continuous holiday/holiday]
PM6:00 [Chinese Lunar New Year period : January 30th ~ February 4th, 2014]