Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei

Taiwan's regal retreat

When it comes to first impressions, Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei spares no expense. Dual domes crown the two-towered hotel, hovering over downtown Taipei. A regal, two-story porte-cochère proudly displays the luxury retreat’s moniker, while an equally tall pair of glass doors open on demand to welcome you into the show-stopping heart of the property. The expansive marble lobby is like something out of a dramatic period piece with its resplendent 600-bulb chandelier, twin columns and mirrored marble staircases twisting their way up to the second-floor mezzanine — impressive doesn’t even begin to describe it.

But it’s not all just for show at Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei. The 146-room jewel knows that luxury is in the details, like the Hermes bath amenities, discreet shoe-polishing service and hand-painted artworks found throughout the property.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Plush guest rooms are a highlight of any stay at Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei. Even standard executive king rooms boast more than 500 square feet filled with automated blackout blinds, walk-in closets, locally made artworks and space to unwind.
  • A spacious (and heated) outdoor swimming pool is lined by stately, Roman-style columns, creating a regal retreat for relaxation. Cocoon Poolside Bar ensures you won’t need to wander far for a refreshing treat.
  • Japanese-inspired Mu Wellness offers a sauna, steam room, and both cold and hot plunge pools in a sparkling, mosaic-tiled space — the perfect place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing.
  • A pillarless, two-story grand ballroom provides an elegant space for conferences or weddings. Brides should consider taking photos in the elegant, gilded lobby for a breathtaking addition to their wedding albums.
  • The hotel’s proximity to area landmarks is also attractive. The Miramar Ferris Wheel and Meiti Riverside Park are but a brief walk from the hotel. National Palace Museum, Taipei Fine Arts Museum and other attractions are also just a brief car ride from Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei.

The Restaurants

  • Try Taiwanese cuisine at internationally acclaimed Mipon, a chic, marble-clad dining room done up in soothing shades of grey and blue. Savor signature dishes like Chinese cabbage stewed with fish skin topped with crispy fried Yilan duck eggs or honey mustard-glazed ribs.
  • Haruyama serves up a wide array of Japanese fare, ranging from sushi and teppanyaki to izakaya-style cuisine at a stylishly low-lit bar. While the cuisine may be from further afield, ingredients are sourced locally — steak comes from Mei-Fui Beef and seafood is sourced from a nearby local village.
  • Cantonese cuisine can be enjoyed at the light and airy Chiu Yeut Fong. Savor Guangdong- and Chiuzhow-style dishes as well as a wide array of dim sum.
  • Those searching for Western fare can head for the white tablecloth-topped GMT Italian Restaurant. Florence-born chef Massimo Picci delivers Tuscan classics with a Taiwanese twist such as Parma ham-wrapped Yilan duck, a seafood-focused smoked carbonara as well as a bountiful weekend brunch.
  • Fun, colorful Palette offers a full buffet of Chinese, Japanese and Western fare three meals per day.

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Getting There
No. 55, Lequn 2nd Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei 10491, Taiwan
TPE (30-45 min)   TSA (8-26 min)  
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