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Hotel Proverbs Taipei opens for business

7 Dec 2015 by Clement Huang

Hotel Proverbs Taipei, a new boutique property in the Taiwanese capital, has opened its doors to city visitors.

 

Hotel Proverbs Taipei

The distinctive 42-room hotel, located along Da’an Road in the city’s eastern district, was conceived and developed by renowned Taiwanese designer Ray Chen, whose high-profile projects also include China Airlines’ new B777-300ER cabin product, and Hotel Quote Taipei.

 

Deluxe Room

Chen’s signature style of using a palette of walnut wood, robust copper and leather accents is clearly present at Hotel Proverbs Taipei. The aim is to add warmth to each room’s ambience while blending European décor with contemporary metallic aesthetics.

Premium Room living area 

Hotel Proverbs Taipei has five different room configurations: Urban (33 sqm), Classic (37 sqm), Deluxe (38 sqm), Premium (41 sqm) and Proverbs (49 sqm). Standard in-room facilities include an LED TV, free wifi, complimentary minibar, a Nespresso coffemaker and Yamaha digital stereo system. 

The hotel makes good use of technology in delivering several guest privileges, including complimentary in-house digital access to the International New York Times and Financial Times, free use of pocket wifi and free in-room use of Mac laptops during your stay.

Two dining outlets are available. TK Steak is located on the first floor and features a three-storey design space where premium steaks and seasonal seafood are served. East End bar, on the third floor, overlooks prime sections of the Da’an district and offers drinks and mixes by a cocktail master. Back on the first floor is L’Idiot Bakery, which rolls out bread, cakes and desserts at unspecified times during the day. 

Two multifunction rooms are available for private parties and small events. The larger venue can accommodate up to 16 people while the smaller one will comfortably fit eight. These are available for hire at NT$6,000 (US$183) and NT$3,000 (US$92) per hour respectively.  

For more information, visit hotel-proverbs.com

Clement Huang 

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