The 420 rooms at the Far Eastern Plaza are accessed via a series of large and sumptuous corridors, decorated with Chinese paintings and works of calligraphy. They range from Standard rooms to Suites, all offering a very high level of comfort, irrespective of category. The spacious (40m²) and well-equipped rooms are carpeted, decorated with fine paintings and furnished with a king size bed, a sofa, a round coffee table, and a stylish glass desk facing the picture window, which offers superb panoramic views of Taipei. You'll not be short of amenities here either, as a pocket torch, umbrella, free electronic safe, flat screen satellite TV broadcasting 50 channels, DVD player, discreet air conditioning, mini bar refrigerator with tea and coffee-making facilities and a wide selection of liqueurs, a phone, and Wi-Fi Internet connection are all provided to make day-to-day life easier. The cleanliness is impeccable, as is the soundproofing, thanks to double-glazing, and room service is available 24 hours a day.
The brown marble bathrooms are clean and well-decorated and come with a bathtub equipped with two handles, a large separate shower, a toilet, a hair dryer, elaborate hospitality products, a phone, a set of scales, tissues, a magnifying mirror, and slippers and bathrobes so you can relax when you get out of the bath, not forgetting the flat screen satellite TV with its small remote control resembling a calculator. The Executive Suites consist of a large bedroom and a separate living room and have a floor area of 58m². They also have four picture windows, one of which is in the bathroom, offering an additional viewpoint from which to admire the city beneath you. Some of them directly overlook Taipei 101, the tallest skyscraper in the world. Those staying in the suites, which have a floor area of 72m², can also call upon the services of a butler.