W Taipei (Marvelous Suite)

Traveling is always a constant battle between trying something new or re-visiting experiences you love in the past. Well I have to admit, when it comes to hotels in Taiwan (& Japan)… the latter usually wins 🙂

 

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to W Taipei.

 

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Lobby Entrance

 

 

For SPG Gold/Platinum members, you can go directly to the Whatever/Whenever desk for a more personal check-in.

 

 

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“Welcome back Mr. Chai Bear!”

 

 

To make this stay a little more special, we decided to opt for the Marvelous Suite.

 

 

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snapchat tour

 

 

The entrance to the living room is quite impressive.

 

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Oversized Living Room

 

 

The room is built to entertain.

 

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Surround Bose entertainment system

 

 

 

Near the office area, the signature W animal art piece is displayed. Is it my bodyguard? Or bartender? Hm, probably bartender.

 

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Bartender for the room

 

 

Adjacent to the living room, there are two sliding doors that connect to the beautiful master bedroom.

 

Or to quote Tony’s reaction, “Dammmmmmmn” 

 

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room(s) tour

 

 

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Master Bedroom

 

 

Like Le Méridien Taipei, the bathroom is filled with marble. And most importantly… roof shower!!!

 

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Master Bathroom

 

 

Between 5:00pm – 7:00pm, don’t forget to head up to Yen (or Woobar) to take advantage of complimentary mixology drinks on the house!

 

 

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generous perk for SPG Gold / Platinum members

 

 

Can’t complain about the view too…

 

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Yen bar (top floor)

 

 

If #namaste is more your thing, head downstairs to the yoga studio for the same quality view.

 

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workout like this

 

Overall, this hotel still lives up to its time. Since 2011, we have throughly enjoyed our every stay here. Not much has changed, but that’s the beauty of it; re-visiting an experience you know it’s good.

My only complaint is that the stay was too short. I want more… I always want more.

 

 

Meter - JW Phuket

 

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