Courtyard by Marriott Taipei opens in Taiwan

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Courtyard by Marriott debuted in Taiwan with the opening of the Courtyard by Marriott Taipei in Nangang District. Owned and operated by the Leofoo Tourism Group, the 465-room hotel is the 36th Courtyard branded hotel in Asia Pacific, and the latest addition to the portfolio of over 1,000 Courtyard by Marriott hotels in more than 40 countries.

The hotel sits on the 7th to 30th floors above CityLink Shopping Mall, a building that serves as the main Nangang Station for Taipei Metro, Taiwan High Speed Rail, and Taiwan Railway. The property is also close to Songshan Airport, Nangang Exhibition Center, Nangang Technology Park, Nangang Software Park, Nangang Biotechnology Centre, Neihu Technology Park and Taipei 101.

Designed with a modern style, Courtyard by Marriott Taipei gives its guests views from all sides of the building. There are six room types with size starting from 36 square meters (388 square feet).

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For dining, the property has three food and beverage outlets, namely: Sunrise, Moonlight and The Lounge.

For events, the property has a 500-square-meter (5,382-square-foot) ballroom that can be divided into eight function spaces.

There is also a fitness center.

 

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