The only five-star hotel inside the national park, Silks Place Taroko at Tianxiang is the top choice for a great many visitors, thanks to its location, great comfort, excellent food and impeccable service. Boasting a rooftop swimming pool, tennis court, fitness centre, kids’ playground, yoga room and spa, this 160-room hotel is an ideal base for those who wish to experience the gorge over two or more days.
Leader Village Taroko
A collection of tastefully decorated wood cabins spread out on a small plateau, Leader Village Taroko reflects the hospitality and culture of the gorge’s aboriginal inhabitants. Those who want to see the stars, hear the trilling of cicadas, feast on aboriginal delicacies and take in a performance of traditional indigenous dancing, will leave with fond memories of this 37-room establishment.
Owned and run by a friendly English-speaking Truku family, Crossing the Rainbow Bridge is a boutique B&B (just seven rooms) well placed for those arriving by train, self-driving tourists eager to explore Taroko Gorge and Qingshui Cliff, and anyone interested in Hualien City’s intriguing selection of restaurants.
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