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I stayed here for one night and found the hotel to be more than satisfactory.
Good service by all staff and very professional.
Bedrooms were a good size and comfortable.
Breakfast had a very good and varied choice.
I will be staying again in march...More
Great hotel with excellent restaurants. Tried Japanese grill has excellent selections. Rooms are spacey and bathrooms modern. Has an excellent bookstore where you can have coffee. Outside gardens well designed with large swimming pool and gym.
I traveled to Tainan for business purpose last week. I stayed there because my friend recommended it and it was a 4 nights stay. It is a fantastic property. Very nice and smiling staff. Good ambiance and class. The pool was in maintenance at the...More
Nice and affordable five star hotel. The room is spacious and I like the bathroom. The breakfast and lunch buffet were one of the most varieties i seen in Taiwan. Worth the money spent. The service was good particular from this staff number #R33.
Visited Tainan with family and stayed at Queena for two nights. Although the hotel greets you with nice outdoor spaces, the room decor still feels a bit outdated. It seems that the hotel had undergone renovations a few years ago, but not everything was completed...More
This district is suitable for settling down. The Tainan Train Station is situated in this district and the transport hub. Behind the train station stands the tallest building in Tainan. There are department stores and hotels surrounding the station. Furthermore, the National Cheng Kung University and its green area cover a vast area of land. The district, therefore, sends out an academic, yet
relaxed atmosphere. The alleyways on Dasyue Road near the university are filled with restaurants and shops offering exotic cuisine. It is a quiet getaway in the hustle and bustle of the city. The Banyan Garden and the green area are a top choice for the public to have a walk after picnic. Many foreigners visit here every year. The Old Tainan Magistrate Residence is the historic monument that is the most well-preserved and at the same time the most luxurious during the Japanese rule. The Great East Gate on Dongmen Road is perfectly in sync with the modern busy traffic. The seed museum hidden in the alleyway in the East District is a utopia that is highly recommended. As for Yongkang District, it is the biggest satellite town in Tainan. Though it is modern and busy, it has stories to tell. For those who want to have a glimpse of the history of early Tainan’s development, visit here.