Grand Formosa Regent Taipei wins Best Business Hotel in Asia Award

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Monday, 17 September 2007

For the third time, the Grand Formosa Regent Taipei has been named the Best Business Hotel in Taiwan by Business Asia Magazines Best Business Hotels in Asia Awards.

The Best Business Hotels in Asia Awards, now in their ninth year, have become one of the most sought after prizes in the highly competitive Asia Pacific hotel industry. The awards were established in 1998 to recognize the hotels that provide the business travelers with excellence in service and facilities, and to encourage quality throughout the business hotel industry. The awards honor the top business hotels from 14 countries across Asia Pacific in 17 different categories. This year, over 100 hotels were nominated and more than 16,000 votes were received both online and from the magazine itself.

The Grand Formosa Regent Taipei, a Four Seasons Hotel, was able to stand out from other five-star hotel finalists with its goal to exceed the expectations of distinguished guests and a commitment to excellence.

Grand Formosa Regent Taipei was voted the Best Business Hotel in Taiwan by readers of Business Asia first in 2001, 2005, and now again in 2006/07.

The  hotel is located in the heart of the citys most vital financial, shopping, entertainment and cultural districts. It is 45 minutes from Chang Kai Shek International Airport, 15 minutes from Taipei Song Shan Domestic Airport, and just five minutes walk from Chung Shan MRT station.

The hotel's 538 deluxe guestrooms including 60 suites are among the most spacious in Taipei, with Standard guestrooms measuring 45 square meters.

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