About this listing
Single traveller/backpacker who seeks a quiet and convenient stay in Taipei, is welcome to inquire about the availability of the room.
Studio Sunrise has an amazing view of the city - the mountains and skyscraper Taipei 101. If you wake up early enough, you get to see the sunrise from the ease-facing window.
The space is approximate 260 sq. ft. Enjoy a full-size bed (pocket spring), 2 pillows, 1 wardrobe, 3 baskets, 2 desks, 1 bench. A small fridge is here for you to store water bottles, milk, ice cream or fresh fruits. A small kitchen area comes with a sink, counter, toaster and electric rice/noodle cooker. There is a modern shower room with a toilet and sink.
Smoke detector and fire extinguishers are equipped in the room and the whole building. So you are pretty safe in this doorman building.
Free Wi-Fi (FTTH), AC, TV (no cable) + DVD player. I will leave some cool Taiwanese movies so you can watch them if you’re curious.
Interaction with guests
I will be present on your arrival to collect a photocopy of your passport.
This charming boutique studio locates in the heart of Taipei at Guting area which has a lot to offer- restaurants, cafe, bars, vendors, night markets, groceries, supermarkets, 7-11, Watson’s, banks, clinics, MRT (subway) station, Ubike stop, bus stops, parks, river park, shops…. This is probably one of the most safe and convenient neighborhoods in the city.
Staying in this neighborhood will definitely not go wrong no matter what your purpose of this trip is.
The building is only two blocks from the major MRT (subway) Guting station. Hop on the train, you are only 2 stops away from Taipei Main station (rail and High Speed Rail), 1 stop from Chiang Kei-Shek Memorial Hall (and National Theatre/Concert Hall), one stop from Dongmen (touristy Ding Tai Fung and other great foods nearby Yongkang Street). Walk 10 minutes east, you can chill at the Shida night market; go south for 10, you hit Gongguan night market and Taida (National Taiwan University) campus.
Other things to note
NO cable TV.
NO toothbrush, toothpaste, pots and pans.
YES hair dryer, toilet paper and clean bath towel; rice bowl, chopsticks, dish plates, spoon and fork.
I am a local filmmaker- fun, open-minded and LGBT-friendly. I have a busy schedule but I do have some meditative moments. So I keep the apartment to myself over the weekend for meditation, reading and writing. I also water my plants once a week so you need not to be concerned about them. If you seek a quiet and convenient stay in Taipei, this space is perfect.