The introduction of the best design boutique hotel in taipei
HOTEL PROVERBS TAIPEI, designed by distinguished designer Ray Chen, a paragon among design hotels, built with strong, robust copper, mellow yet full wood, and exquisite textiles, leathery to the touch. Each design element and furniture layout within the guest rooms represents an individual style, fully satisfying travelers’ dreams and expectations of a premium hotel in Taipei. The best hotel in Taipei. HOTEL PROVERBS TAIPEI’s polished, luxurious exterior and warm, untrammeled spatial design make it a uniquely finely conceived premium hotel among the hotels of Taipei’s eastern district, a design hotel in Taipei and an icon among hotels in the city.
As one walks across the Dinghao commercial district on Taipei’s Chunghsiao East Road, rubbing shoulders with the trendiest of the younger generation, and preparing to turn into Da’an Road, Taipei’s new HOTEL PROVERBS TAIPEI, concealed within the metropolitan jungle, springs vividly into view; boutique hotel Taipei. When you come to a halt and stand still in the small park, ahead you see crowds of shoppers entering the SOGO department store, and, above, you see a clear, blue sky. It’s difficult to imagine that, almost 300 years ago, the ground beneath your feet was Taipei’s greatest public work: Liugongzhen Pool. Amid the tides of history, centuries-old culture continues to develop in this Taipei hotel.
Inside, there are guest rooms of five different styles of first-rate design, as well as head chef Fudy Chen’s brand new, exquisite seafood and steak restaurant, TK Seafood & Steak. The restaurant selects exclusive, premium wagyu beef, daily fresh seafood and fruit and vegetables picked daily on his own farm, to create uniquely flavored, sumptuous steaks, seasonal seafood, and seasonal fruit and vegetables. In EAST END, on the hotel’s third floor, is the world’s only bar appointed to collaborate with master Japanese cocktail mixer Hidetsugu Ueno, currently the hottest of trendy bars in Taipei’s eastern district. Let us savor this feast of style; enjoy it to the full, proudly and without restraint, raising our heads to the pursuit, the yearning, for the fine life.