Forbidden City Motel Taichung Motel, Taichung city Motel
The reconciliation between the conflicts of the ancient royal residence and modern mansion. The correspondence between the ancient and the modern. Alternation of different times Forbidden City Motel presents the aesthetics of modern fashion with Chinese cultures of nine dynasties. With the integration of characteristic stories of different dynasties and modern design in alternate Chinese styles, let’s explore the beauty and ultimate spirit of Forbidden City Motel.
Imagine when a motel is not only a motel. We would like to show you a motel with diversity, multiple cultures, perspectives, stories, themes, and interaction.
Forbidden City is the ultimate beauty and achievement of Chinese architecture and the palace and residence of the emperor. It is mysterious, inaccessible, magnificent, and spectacular.
Exploration of the Forbidden City Motel
It cost NT$1 billion regardless of the great cost to build the Motel, which was planned for five years and completed for three years. The building is meticulously constructed with sophisticated materials. The wooden decoration and grilles are authentically customized with materials from China so as to achieve the spectacular beauty of Chinese culture.
Traffic: By Car Exit from Nantun Interchange on National Freeway No.1 (about 2 km). Go straight on Wuquan W. Rd. to Taichung City. Turn left on Huiwen Rd. for 200 meters. Turn left on Dadun 6th St. to Forbidden City Motel.
By THSR It is suggested to take a taxi to the Motel. The fare is about NT$200. It takes about 15-20 minutes.
By Bus Take Ubus No.56 at Gancheng Station and get off at Wuquan Rd. and Wanhe Rd. Intersection. It takes 3 minutes to walk from the stop to Forbidden City Motel.
By Plane (Taichung Airport) It is suggested to take a taxi to the Motel. The fare is about NT$650.