Grand Victoria Hotel

Address: No.168, Jingye 4th Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City, Taiwan

TEL +886-2-8502-0000 / FAX +886-2-8502-0005

Special Room Rate for Delegates- Grand Victoria Hotel

*please make reservation before January 5, 2018 (NTD4,100 tax excluded)

Make a reservation? Please download and fill in the reservation form and return to: Betty Chang (

2018_TPE Hotel_Reservation_Form.docx

Wish you a comfort and relax journey in Taipei!


Access to Grand Victoria Hotel


1-1. Take the Wenhu Line(brown line 15) to Jiannan Road and exit the Number 3 Exit then walk to the hotel



2-1. Take lines 21, 222, 247, 267, 286, 287, 620, 646, 72, 902, Red 2, Brown 16, Blue 26, Blue 7 and others. Get off at the Miramar stop and it takes only a 3-minute walk away.


3-1.Traveling north on the Zhongshan North-South Freeway 
Move into the right lane after the Linkou Interchange and get onto the high elevated section of the freeway at the 18KM marker. Exit the freeway at the Tiding Boulevard Interchange and turn left onto Tiding Boulevard. Turn left at Lequn 2nd Road then right onto Zhifu Road to reach the hotel.


Grand Victoria Hotel is located in the DaJhih Miramar business district in the Chungshan District in Taipei City.A stone’s throw from the Neihu science and technology district, the Hsichi and Nankang industrial districts, the shopping paradise of the East District.  Adjacent to the Jiannan MRT station and the Restaurants, shopping complex, it takes about 20 minutes to Taipei main station, 45 minutes to TaoYuan International Airport.Grand Victoria Hotel is the hotel of choice whether you are traveling for business or pleasure.


All rooms are decorated in Distinctive carpet and wallpaper designs with Melampo Lighting fixtures form Artemide. Good lighting and comfortable bedding, which also provides complimentary broadband internet service (Cable & Wi-Fi), 32" LCD TV doubling as a monitor for notebook computers.


There restaurant on the 1 floor serving daily breakfast to all overnight guests. Complimentary Free coffee & tea provided.


Large in size with bright lighting and soft color surroundings.


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403792-200_1 About Taipei 

Taipei is the capital city of Taiwan and it is a bustling metropolis with interesting things to do and places to see whether you are there for a quick 1-day stopover, or if you have a week to spend. 

If you enjoy visiting museums, then the National Palace Museum is a must see.  It contains in its permanent collection, the largest collection of Chinese historical artifacts.

Taipei also has a diverse food scene.  You can try traditional dishes such as Xiao long bao (from Ding Tai Fun) or Stinky Tofu in the night markets to high-end restaurants and international cuisines.

If you want to explore the outdoors, Taipei provides interesting sites such as Yaoming mountain, with beautiful Azalea blooms in March/April that cover the mountain. Or if you are there in winter, join the locals and soak up the warmth in the hot springs.

Regardless of when you go, or how long you stay, you will be pleasantly surprised by the friendliness of the locals, and the diversity in its culture.

Source: TripAdvisor

Attractions & Food Guide

Taipei 101

Shilin Night Market

Longshan Temple


Xiao Long Bao


Taiwanese Pineapple Cake


Bubble Milk Tea



Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

National Palace Museum


Jiu Fen Old Street


Spicy Hot Pot


Huashan 1914 Creative Park



Taipei Double-Decker Sightseeing Bus - Hop On, Hop Off

The newest addition to Taipei City's efficient transportation system, the double decker 'Hop-On, Hop-Off' bus gives visitors a hassle-free way to tour the city by usage of a day pass for both the Red and Blue lines.

The sightseeing bus runs along two routes, both leaving and ending at Taipei Main Station, Exit M4. On average, each journey from start to finish takes 100 minutes, however during rush hour may take up to 130 minutes. Bus intervals are approximately 30-40 minutes, and the time schedule for each line can be found lower on this page.


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