MADISON TAIPEI HOTEL Recommended by Michelin Guide 2018

The internationally celebrated and authoritative Michelin Guide has recently launched in Taiwan and released the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Taipei 2018. Madison Taipei Hotel under Cathay Hospitality Management is delighted to be lauded as one of the 25 hotels on the recommendation list for its modest, convergent, but considerate services, which enable travelers to enjoy a ‘comfortable’ recreational space. Having operated for nearly four years, Madison Taipei has earned a high recognition in ratings of related industries and travelers at home and abroad, such as being one of the world’s top ten popular business hotels on Hotel.com and the World Luxury Hotel Awards. At Madison Taipei, we are committed to offering ‘a moment of calmness on a busy journey’ to every traveler understanding the taste of life.

 

Sitting in the green-shaded Dunnan business area only one station away from the Taipei Metro Taipei 101/World Trade Center station, Madison Taipei’s interior design uses rare stones with a calm look, choice wood with an elegant appearance, and furniture with a neo-classical style to demonstrate “Less is More” aesthetics and modest self-manifested gracefulness. More importantly, Madison Hotel offers customer-focused services as witnessed by the amenities in each guestroom: the Handy Phone featuring unlimited 4G wireless networking, information enquiries, and free local and international calls; a Madison Taipei Ambassador Team with two of a total of only 25 Crossed Golden Key, known as the Oscar of tourism hotels, certified members in Taiwan to tailor considerate services for guests.

 

Adhering to the hotel’s brand purpose: On a busy journey, a moment of calm, we listen patiently to the aspiration of every traveler, offer considerate service to fulfill every need, and are totally devoted to every traveler who chooses Madison Hotel. For these reasons, we have earned praise and acclaim from leading hotel booking sites and become the first choice of accommodations in Taipei for many leading Hong Kong and Taiwanese artists, MLB and NBA players.