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Situated in New Taipei City, Wulai is a small mountain town known for its hot springs and its eponymous waterfall. Also offering mountainside hiking trails, aboriginal culture, and exotic dishes with ingredients like wild boar and bird's nest fern, Wulai makes for a great day trip or weekend break. There's an ample selection of accommodations in Wulai, where hotels usually include hot spring facilities such as spring-fed bathtubs in the privacy of your hotel room. Due to demand from tourists and locals making short side trips, you can expect hotel prices in Wulai to be more expensive on weekends and public holidays.

What are the Top Hotels in Wulai

Enjoy a tranquil getaway at Wulai Pause Landis Resort, where the laid-back rooms come with river or mountain views, and spa tubs fed by hot springs. The resort has a restaurant, and wellness facilities such as hot tubs and a steam room. Rooms at Full Moon Spa feature wooden floors, ceilings, and furniture, and you can take a relaxing bath in the spring-fed tubs. The cafe offers views of the surrounding greenery. Breakfast is free. Meanwhile, the upmarket, adults-only Volando Urai Spring Spa and Resort offers 2 restaurants and a full-service spa. Its rooms are polished and spacious, and they come with spring-fed bathtubs.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Wulai?

Wulai is a small village, so although the resorts here are pretty scattered, they aren't far away from each other. You'll find a few options along Xinwu Road, the main street that runs parallel to the river, where public buses pass by. Lodging along Xinwu Road is typically expensive because of its riverside location. You can also go for one of the resorts near Wulai Old Street, or choose from small clusters of accommodation on the other side of the river, either along Wenquan Street or along Huanshan Road. These options are set back from the river and are usually more affordable.

What are Hotels like in Wulai?

Many of the lodging options in Wulai are intimate properties with fewer than 10 rooms. Some have restaurants, while others only provide free or paid breakfast. Nearly all of Wulai's resorts offer hot spring amenities, and even the cheaper venues have spring-fed tubs in their rooms. The upmarket choices offer better views of the river and mountains, and their rooms are more spacious, around 35 square metres in size. Some of these digs feature wooden floors and furnishings, and glass walls or large windows so you can take in the natural scenery. These more sophisticated resorts also have wellness facilities such as saunas, steam rooms, or hot tubs.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Wulai?

If you're planning a trip to Wulai, you can allot S$100 to S$150 for a room in one of the casual resorts, although a couple of these places charge up to around S$200 a night. Keep an eye out for great rates and special deals on Hotels.com – with one of these deals, you can book a room for around S$75. Upmarket accommodations in Wulai cost around S$300 a night, and one choice venue will set you back as much as S$700. Generally speaking, the more expensive resorts enjoy riverside locations, and their rooms and suites have uninterrupted views of the river.

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