First of all, yes, I can confirm that this hotel is a “love hotel,” with check-in after 6pm, and discrete garage door entry. However, I got a good chuckle out of it, and it was the only decently affordable hotel nearby the airport, and so, for me, it worked! Rooms were clean, large and spacious with all of the amenities required for a layover/early transit, including toiletries. Plumbing had a bit of an off/musty smell (which was off putting, but okay for one night) and also only tissues were available for toilet paper, which I thought was odd. Air conditioning, wifi and flatscreen tv (with English news and movie channels) all in great working order!
This isn’t a tourist hotel, so there was no breakfast or airport shuttle available. Perhaps there was in years prior, but this has since changed. Staff organized a taxi for me to the airport, which was appreciated.
Bed was comfortable, linens were clean (thank god), and towels smelled fresh.
I knew going in of the nature of this hotel, but I also wasn’t willing to shell out $100-$200 dollars to stay elsewhere! Like I said, I got a good chuckle out of the whole experience, but I would only choose this hotel again if transit to and from the airport was required. Otherwise, I’d stay in the centre of Taipei. There’s nothing around this hotel other than a small 7-Eleven across the street! Pretty sure your ordinary clientele don’t require much more at this hotel other than a bed (maybe not even that - LOL)!