CU Taipei Hotel Shuttles
TPE airport hotel transfers
A colorful budget stay ideal for business travelers looking to save in style, the CU Hotel Taipei is placed central to the capital city’s riverside Datong District. The hotel offers two main options for rooms, which include private minimalist suites complimented by bright accents and vibrant Thai-themed artwork, as well as shared hostel-style layouts that include several bunks, lockers and shared bathrooms. The hotel’s basic amenities include complimentary breakfast served buffet-style in the lobby, in addition to a homey restaurant offering lunch & dinner. And although shuttles to either of the two nearby airports are not provided, public transportation can be utilized at the nearby Shuanglian Subway Station. Book a private lift all to yourself for the added perk of freedom, whether you’re honeymooners interested in road trips with a small sedan or a business group looking to carry everyone with a chartered bus. For on-time drop offs, book a meet-and-greet service instead, choosing between simple taxis for lifts to Songshan Airport or local personal drivers for following someone’s advice.
Have fun with what’s right around the corner by waking up early enough to see it all up-close & personal, enjoying the many urban parks that include Chiang Wei-Shui Memorial Park’s open-air plazas and Jiancheng Park’s refreshing city lawns. Continue west toward the Tamsui River for a gorgeous waterside backdrop perfect for complimenting your trip afterward, enjoying foggy strolls across Yanping Riverside Park promenade that connects to the various shops & street vendors of Dadaocheng Pier Plaza. A bit of local culture is also present in the district, from the incredible war artifacts at the AMA Museum by the water to the festive evening vendors that line the streets of Ningxia Night Market. Another great way to top the evening off is through an awesome perspective of sunset, whether that means hopping aboard the famous Miramar Ferris wheel for views of the entire region or a ferry down the Tamsui River via the nearby Dadaocheng Dock Ferry Terminal.