The Landis Taipei Joins Preferred Hotels & Resorts

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 August 2010

The Landis Taipei Hotel has joined Preferred Hotels & Resorts.

Located in the midst of the business and entertainment district of Taipei, the Landis Taipei's 209 guestrooms were recently completely refurbished with cutting-edge technology, including complimentary Internet access.

The hotel's dining outlets are Paris 1930, which serves French cuisine; Tien Hsiang Lo, which provides authentic Hangchow delights; and La Brasserie, a French-European restaurant that specializes in provincial cuisine. There is also a bar with jazz piano entertainment.

Three functions rooms provide banqueting facilities for up to 300 guests. Recreational facilities include The Landis Spa, which offers a wide variety of refreshing and rejuvenating programs, and The Health Center, which is equipped with a gym, sauna, and sundeck.

"As the city's accommodation selections increase, The Landis will continue to be one of the landmark hotels in Taipei, known for its service excellence for over 30 years," said Mark Simmons, Area Managing Director Asia, Preferred Hotel Group. "Taipei's business travel remains strong and we are confident that a second Preferred Hotels & Resorts member in the city will be welcomed by our corporate sales team."

The hotel's General Manager is Mr. Joseph Tan.

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