Millennium & Copthorne Brand Debuts In Taiwan

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels has made its debut in Taiwan with the opening of its first property on the island. Occupying a 24-storey steel and glass tower in Taichung’s district 7 near the World Trade Centre and City Hall, the 237-room Millennium Vee Hotel Taichung brings international-branded competition to a market largely dominated by domestic players.


9 accommodation categories are available, ranging from the lead-in Superior King room to the lavishly-appointed Presidential Suite. Featuring contemporary design and neutral colour tones for a soothing ambiance, each guestroom and suite is furnished with luxury bedding, an oversized marble bathroom with separate bathtub and shower, 40-inch LED television, complimentary 4G wireless internet, workdesk, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities.


Millennium Vee Hotel Taichung offers guests a variety of dining and cuisine options with its 2 restaurants and bars. Soluna is a casual all-day dining room specializing in oriental cuisine, while The Prime is fast becoming the go-to place for premium-aged beef and seafood from its own aquarium. With the longevity flower-inspired garden outside its windows, the elegant Lumi Bar is perfect for enjoying slow afternoons over tea before adjourning to Moonight, the only rooftop lounge in central Taiwan.


Business travellers and meeting planners will find a selection of flexible event space, including the Grand Ballroom that can accommodate up to 750 guests in a theatre layout as well as several smaller breakout rooms. For recreation, the hotel’s Oxygen Club fitness center is equipped with the latest gymnasium facilities and the Escentika Spa is scheduled to open soon, providing holistic treatments in a tranquil setting.


Millennium & Copthorne Hotels currently operate 8 award-winning properties in the Greater China region, with a presence in Beijing, Chengdu, Qingdao, Shanghai, Wuxi and Xiamen. The group is currently developing new properties in Chinese cities including Hangzhou, Fuqing, Kaifeng and Wenjiang under its Grand Millennium, Millennium and M Hotel brands.


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