Palais de Chine
Celebrating the Age of Discovery while embracing the future, Palais de Chine blends Asian and Western styles to deliver a culturally rich, luxurious, and contemporary hotel experience in Taipei. Wander its corridors and enjoy the many artifacts on display. Lounge in your sumptuous guestroom, with Asian and European décor. Take a dip in the Bali-inspired urban pool. Whether you’re connecting to your E-Butler, enjoying afternoon tea at Le Thé, or working out while admiring the view from the 17th-floor gym, do so in style at the Palais de Chine.
- Choose from 286 spacious and luxurious East-meets-West guestrooms and suites
- Explore the hotel’s collection of museum-worthy sculptures, tapestries, and wall art
- Use E-Butler on your TV to make your stay seamless
- Host an event under copper-leaf drapes and 16 crystal chandeliers in the Grand Hall
- Bathe using exclusive Palais de Chine-fragranced products presented in collectible vials
- Experience gastronomical excellence at Le Palais, the only three Michelin-starred restaurant in Taipei
A home away from home for leading artists, academics, explorers, and diplomats, Palais de Chine blends regal European design with the philosophies of Asian scholars to create a “museum hotel” rich in aesthetic, culture, and extravagance that will live long in the memory.
With décor and furnishing inspired by Louis XIV’s love of beauty and finesse, all 286 guestrooms and suites deliver an exciting mix of French sophistication and progressive Asian design and technology. Choose from a cozy superior guestroom, which features custom-made European furniture, or a more expansive premier suite with a "castle-style" bathroom and separate living area. Access your E-Butler for entertainment, as well as practical information like real-time traffic updates.
If you’re staying in an executive guestroom or suite, visit Le Salon for a continental breakfast or catch up on reading in the remarkable castle library of antiques. If you need to connect with colleagues or clients, the stunning 24/7 Le Centre d'Affaires (business center) has everything you need. Other highlights include around-the-clock room service, a free shoeshine service, and, if you’re a parent with a newborn, complimentary baby amenities.
Dining at Palais de Chine is an exquisite experience. The highly regarded three Michelin-starred Le Palais excels in Cantonese cuisine; La Rotisserie nods to the hotel’s Western influences with charbroiled steak and fine wines; and Le Thé celebrates the simple pleasure of afternoon tea.
Le Palais – Helmed by Chef Chan Wai-Keung, a celebrity of the capital’s dining scene, the elegant Le Palais serves some of the finest Cantonese cuisine in Taipei. The generous menu includes Palais de Chine steamed king prawn dumplings, wok-fried pork kidney, jellyfish with black vinegar, and fish maw soup with scallop muscle.
La Rotisserie – For a more informal meal, dine on fresh seafood and charbroiled steak in the Western dining room, La Rotisserie, which has an open kitchen so you can watch talented chefs prepare your mouthwatering entrée.
Le Thé – A relaxed salle à manger with Louis XIV rattan chairs and bar, Le Thé is the perfect spot to enjoy refined afternoon tea and small bites. Stay for lunch or return in the evening for the à la carte menu, which serves Western and Asian favorites like spicy laksa, prime rib-eye, and seafood pasta.
As a museum hotel, Palais de Chine is home to a wide range of original artifacts and ancient objects, including a painted pottery horse, ancient tapestry, and statues of the Greek goddesses of the seasons, the Horae — explore all of this and more at your leisure. Elsewhere, work out in palatial surroundings at Vite Gym, with its incredible view across Taipei’s skyline, before taking a dip in the Bali-inspired outdoor urban pool. If you’re staying in an executive room, visit the quiet reading room or enjoy a drink in the art-filled Le Salon, the VIP lounge.
Beyond the hotel, continue your exploration of ancient and modern themes with a visit to the National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall or the Museum of Contemporary Art. For shopping, head to the trendy Q Square Mall, while for local delicacies, the Ningxia Night Market is highly recommended. Look out for YouBike stations — they’re a great way to get around Taipei to see its many sights.
Palais de Chine
In Taipei’s western Datong district, Palais de Chine is ideally situated for exploring Taiwan’s rich history — check out Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial House and the National Taiwan Museum — and its foray into modern culture at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Taipei Songshan Regional Airport is 4 mi / 6 km away.
Taoyuan International Airport is 23 mi / 38 km away.
Taipei Railway Station is opposite the hotel.
Taipei Main Station is a short walk away with connections on the Jichang Blue and Purple lines.