With an increasing amount of business being conducted in Taiwan, there has been a rise in demand for the need of serviced apartments in Taichung. Our corporate apartments in Taichung offer an unparalleled service to that of any other accommodation provider in Taiwan. With all the amenities and facilities needed for you to enjoy and have the most comfortable stay possible, our serviced apartments in Taichung are the ultimate form of corporate accommodation.
Why choose a SilverDoor Taichung Apartment?
Taichung apartments are often equipped with the bare necessities and don’t allow for much room apart from the bedroom. In contrast, our serviced apartments in Taichung offer spacious living areas with glorious double bedrooms and fully equipped kitchens to complement your business trip perfectly.
Our corporate apartments in Taichung offer a wide range of benefits to a business traveller:
- Our specific verified service is far and away the best in the industry and is tailored to finding the best serviced apartment dependent on the situation. Our team of friendly and helpful staff will put your needs and desires at the forefront of their priorities.
- Great accessibility to all transport links that head directly into Taichung City centre. This means that wherever the office, exhibition centre or restaurant you need to go to, our corporate serviced apartments are always within a short distance away.
- If you are worried about keeping on top of your cleaning and not sure if you’re going to be able leave your apartment in a fit state, our Taichung apartments come with housekeeping either once a week or biweekly.
What is a serviced apartment?
Serviced apartments in Taichung offer a different style of corporate accommodation. If you are a person who enjoys residing in a hotel whilst on business, then there is plenty of reasons as to why you’d want to stay in one of our Taichung apartments.
The inclusion of a kitchen and living area not only makes our corporate serviced apartments in Taichung more spacious, but the perfect base during either a short or long term stay in the city. Our serviced apartments in Taichung are equipped with sleek and stylish kitchens as well as decadent living areas, making our corporate accommodation the best in our industry.
Our Taichung apartments’ fully equipped kitchens come with ample utensils, at least a two ring hob, kettle, toaster and a fridge. This means that you do not have to conform to normal hotel rules or scheduling for meals and you can cook what you like in the comfort of your own kitchen and private area.
Corporate apartments in Taichung are normally more affordable than renting a hotel room for the length of your stay. Whether you’re planning a long or short trip, we make sure that we negotiate the best rates for you, with our property partners in Taichung. On top of this, the rate can often drop after a certain number of nights, making the long term even cheaper.
What do I need to know about staying in Taichung?
Taichung is known for its high quality train services and intercity connecting transport. Those more remote points of Taichung that are not accessed by train are all accessible by bus and doesn’t take too long to reach the city centre. As with a major city, there are a multitude of taxis available. This could be the most reliable and fastest way to reach your destination if time is not on your side.
A generally warm and temperate climate, Taichung only drops to around 12 degrees in January and can reach highs of 33 degrees in the summer months. High temperatures always tend to be a running theme throughout the year in Taichung, with highs in each month always staying above 22 degrees. This is why all of our serviced apartments in Taichung have access to air conditioning.
A small island off China, Taiwan’s cuisine is heavily influenced by that of its sizeable neighbour. Taiwan also has some influence from Japan, due to Japan having previously ruled the country. With plenty of noodles, bao buns, omelettes and rice dishes, Taiwan mixes a variety meats, such as pork, chicken and beef into its national dishes.
Taiwan speaks in a slightly different tongue to that of China’s Mandarin, which is aptly named Taiwanese Mandarin. With only a few differences in vocabulary, grammar and writing, it is still very much parallel to that of Chinese Mandarin. The other two main languages that are spoken in Taiwan are Japanese and English, meaning that it should be easy to get by with either of these languages.
What else is this location known for?
If you find yourself with a free day or two whilst on business travel to Taichung, it might be worth heading up to North Taiwan to visit Tapei and more specifically Taipei 1010. Formerly the tallest building in the world, this financial building is one of the most impressive skyscrapers in the world, let alone Asia. With supersonic elevators and views that stretch across the whole of Taichung, Taipei 101 is a brilliant place to visit during any free time whilst on business to the city. It would also be a great place to take a business partner or client to, particularly to a restaurant on one of its highest floors.
Culture Capital of Taiwan
Known as the culture capital of Taiwan, Taichung has cultural venues such as the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and the Rainbow Village. Both displaying some fantastic pieces of art from the city, the Rainbow Village has far more historical relevance to Taichung. Having been a settlement for ex-soldiers, this colour village is now handled by the last remaining resident who decorates all the buildings as a hobby. This could be a fantastic way to fully immerse yourself in the Taichung lifestyle.