Palais de Chine Hotel in Taipei joins Preferred

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The Palais de Chine Hotel in Taipei has joined Preferred Hotels & Resorts.

As the flagship hotel of Taiwan-based L'Hotel de Chine Group, the newly opened Palais de Chine Hotel is part of a new development comprising shopping and entertainment and is within walking distance to key attractions such as the night markets, Ximending, Longshang Temple, and Museum of Contemporary Art.

The 286 guestrooms and suites are appointed with Art Deco-meets-Oriental design touches, some offering city views of Taipei's west.

Created exclusively for L'Hotel de Chine hotels, the E-Butler in-room technology is a sophisticated and user-friendly service accessible through the television. With E-Butler, guests can control air-conditioning, lighting, and music; view monthly-updated free movies on-demand; and check airport and railway schedules. Work desks are conveniently oversized and equipped with a media hub for connecting electronic devices to the room's television.

The hotel's dining venues include a French-inspired grill restaurant with a specially designed wood-fired oven, a Cantonese restaurant, a European-themed tea house, and a lounge bar.

Recreational facilities include a fitness center and outdoor pool.

The Paris Opera-inspired ballroom, with its chandeliers and handmade copper drapery from the high ceiling, can accommodate 30 tables (or 202 people) theatre-style. There are four other function rooms, all equipped with cutting-edge meeting facilities and amenities, such as electronic projector screens, floor spotlights, wireless Internet access, and skylights.

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