Second Okura Prestige Hotel Opens In Taipei

Japanese luxury hotel chain Okura Hotels & Resorts has opened the second property under its Okura Prestige flag in Taipei. Situated in the city’s Zhongshan District with easy access to major landmarks including the Taipei Main Station and the world-renowned Taipei 101, the new Okura Prestige Taipei effortlessly blends western modernity, Japanese elegance and local warmth to create a sophisticated address for business and leisure travellers.


208 guestrooms and suites, ranging from the 44-square meter Prestige Rooms to the 228-square meter Royal Suite, feature high ceilings and soft lighting to accentuate the sense of space. Floor-to-ceiling windows (and private balconies for selected accommodations) provide unobstructed views of the surrounding panoramas, while the interiors feature luxury bedding, marble bathrooms, LCD televisions, high-speed internet access, ergonomic workstation, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities.


The Okura Prestige Taipei offers 3 exclusive restaurants and 2 bars, catering to the varied tastes of guests with a selection of continental and oriental cuisine. The brand’s signature Yamazato restaurant arrives in Taiwan offering fine Japanese dining while Toh Ka Lin serves delectable Cantonese favorites in a refined setting. The Continental Room completes the trio with its all-day buffet lineup of international dishes, complemented by pastries and light bites from The Nine. In the evenings, the Pearl Lounge & Bar becomes the ideal place to be for relaxing or socializing over cocktails.


Functional meeting space, including a 356-square meter Ballroom, offer elegant surrounds for business and social events. Recreational facilities at the hotel can be found at the Okura Health Club, where guests can enjoy full-body massages or take in the views of Taipei 101 from the heated rooftop swimming pool.


Okura Prestige Taipei joins its sister property in Bangkok. Worldwide, Okura Hotels & Resorts boasts a portfolio of 25 properties in its native Japan, China, the Netherlands, South Korea, Thailand and the USA, including the legendary Hotel Okura Tokyo.


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