Taipei Welcomes New Le Méridien

Last December, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. opened the doors of its newest hotel in Taiwan, Le Méridien Taipei, in the city’s Xinyi District, and now, it is promoting the luxury property to travelers based in the U.S.

The 160-room Le Méridien Taipei is artistically driven, and features a comprehensive contemporary art program, “light and shadow. “Inner Waves 01,” an artwork created for Le Méridien by artist Hisham Bharoocha, is featured prominently at the hotel entrance and is one of more than 700 art pieces to be found throughout the hotel. A Le Méridien Unlock Art program includes an artist-designed key card collection, created by LM100 member Michael Lin; the key cards also grant complimentary access the nearby Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei.

The hotel also houses two new restaurant concepts: My Humble House (Cantonese) and Latest Recipe (international); an innovative coffee and chocolate café ChocoArt; and a lobby lounge bar, Latitude 25, as well as the hotel’s destination bar, Quube. In addition, it also offers nearly 18,300 square feet of meeting and function space. The hotel also features an indoor heated pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and well-equipped health club.



Suggested Articles:

The company and its partners are donating close to $60,000 in travel experiences to benefit the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management.

The U.S. State Department warns that travelers should not rely on repatriation flights as an option for U.S. citizens under risk of quarantine.

The new Top Accounts Program is designed to simplify goals and benefits for the three of the company's advisor reward programs.