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Ryokans in Taiwan

When you travel, you’re all about total immersion. You’re the type that dives right in: learning the language, taking cooking classes, and finding those hole-in-the-wall places that aren’t in the guidebooks. You connect with other travellers, maybe even making friends for life. And you definitely bring home local art and handmade jewellery as your souvenirs. But the most important decision of your perfect holiday is where to stay, because the typical hotel simply won’t do. In Taiwan, your choice is easy: traditional Japanese accommodation known as ryokans are the only way to go for those who seek authenticity.

Ryokans come in all shapes and sizes, from the time-honoured classic style to more modernised versions. There are onsen ryokan, which have hot spring baths that are a must-try if you really want to experience Japanese culture. Check out Japanese guest houses in Taiwan to see what’s in store. You could soon be sitting on zabuton and chilling out in the engawa—and if you’re serious about immersion, you might already know what those words mean. If you don’t, bust out that phrasebook and start learning. You’ll want to look like a pro at your welcome kaiseki dinner.

Can you imagine yourself in one of these traditional Japanese hotels? Well, you must have your lucky talisman on you, because you’re about to experience some good fortune. Wotif has great prices on ryokans in Taiwan and throughout Japan, so even if you’re travelling the country, you never have to worry about where you’ll sleep at night. That’s what the locals call true Zen.

Top Trending Hotels in Taiwan

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Taipei M Hotel - Main station
Taipei M Hotel - Main station
3.5 out of 5
No.64, Sec. 1, Hankou St., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei
AU$52
per night
5 Apr. - 6 Apr.

Located in Zhongzheng, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Taipei City North Gate, National Taiwan Museum and Presidential Office Building. Ningxia Night ...

4.4/5Excellent! (5 reviews)
Taipei M Hotel - Main station
Caesar Metro Taipei
Caesar Metro Taipei
4 out of 5
No.167, Bangka Blvd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei
AU$111
per night
2 Apr. - 3 Apr.

Located in Wanhua, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Huaxi Street Night Market, Lungshan Temple and Presidential Office Building. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial ...

4.6/5Wonderful! (5 reviews)
Caesar Metro Taipei
Taipei AP H Imperial
Taipei AP H Imperial
3 out of 5
11F,. No. 50, Section 1, Zhongxiao West, Taipei
AU$43
per night
3 Apr. - 4 Apr.

Located in Zhongzheng, this hotel is steps away from Station Front Metro Mall and Shin Kong Life Tower. Taipei City North Gate and Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall ...

2/5 (2 reviews)
Taipei AP H Imperial

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