Review: Four Seasons Hotel Taipei


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At Luxury Travel Diary, we endeavor to share all the latest announcements from Four Seasons hotels, and I am delighted to share their new luxury hotel opening in the heart of Taiwan’s capital.

Four Seasons Hotel Taipei will be located in the Xinyi District, directly opposite Taipei 101, one of the most iconic skyscrapers in Asia and one of the tallest towers in the world.

Taipei 101 is one of the top tourist attractions in the city and is home to high-end shopping, art galleries, and offices, as well as the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation and other major banks and organizations. This ideal location ensures the new Hotel is perfectly situated for business and leisure travel.

“Taipei has long been a target destination for Four Seasons as we look to expand our presence in Asia’s most important cities. We are tremendously excited to announce our upcoming hotel in Taipei with our partners at Yuan Lih Construction Co., Ltd.,” says Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development and Portfolio Management at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “This project will be a destination of choice in Taipei for both locals and travelers, combining thoughtful design, world-class restaurants, and bars, and of course, personalized service by incredible Four Seasons people.”

The Hotel will offer the best in events, wellness, and leisure with myriad amenities throughout the 31-story building. The tower’s design will maximize natural light by creating spacious environments with soaring ceilings and expansive windows, providing incredible cityscapes and mountain views. Construction of the new Hotel is already underway and is anticipated to be complete in a few years.


Four Seasons Hotel Taipei will be located approximately a one-hour drive from Taoyuan International Airport or a 20-minute drive from Songshan Airport, which serves many domestic travellers as well as selected international routes.

Style & Character

Surrounded by expansive glass paneling on both sides of the tower, the highest floors will offer wraparound views of the city and mountain ranges on the horizon. The floor-to-ceiling design allows guests to look out across the cityscape and up at the incredible presence of Taipei 101.

RSHP, an award-winning international architecture firm, has been selected to design Four Seasons Hotel Taipei. With a vast portfolio of projects in office space, residential, transport, culture, and leisure, and a focus on sustainable, innovative design, RSHP will bring their expertise to the new building, creating an exceptional environment for all who visit to enjoy. From an efficient structure to supporting biodiversity with local vegetation species, the building design targets Taiwan Green Building Rating Gold and a minimum LEED silver.


The Hotel will feature approximately 260 light-filled rooms with both city and mountain views.

Service & Facilities

The 180-meter (591-foot) tall Hotel will also feature an executive club lounge and fitness center with an outdoor pool and spa. In addition, the property will offer extensive meeting and event spaces, including a grand ballroom and a junior ballroom that will benefit from the same high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass panels on offer throughout the building. A ground-level lush garden space will also be available for meetings and events.

Food & Drink

Dining venues at the Hotel will include a high-end Chinese restaurant, destination bar, specialty restaurant, all-day restaurant, pool bar, and lobby lounge.


In 2022, Yuan Lih Construction will embark on a bold masterpiece in commercial real estate development that will bring Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts to a prime project in the Xinyi District of Taipei City with the aim of creating an international landmark that will be emblematic of Taiwan.

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