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    Area recommended for:
  • sightseeing
  • nature
    Distance to airport:
  • Hualien Airport (12.6 Km)
    Top nearby attractions:
  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area (5.2 Km)
  • Liyu Lake (5.2 Km)
  • East Coast National Scenic Area (5.2 Km)
  • Zhi Qiang Night Market (6.6 Km)

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Orange Garden Hostel

No.70, Guanghua 9th St., Ji'an Township, Hualien, Taiwan 973 (Show on map)

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Features of Orange Garden Hostel

Hotel Facilities

  • express check-in/check-out
  • family room
  • luggage storage
  • shared lounge/TV area
  • smoking area
  • tours

Sports and Recreation

  • garden


  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms


  • car park

Languages Spoken

  • Chinese (Mandarin)

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Bed and Breakfast Description
Orange Garden Hostel, located in Ji'an Township, Hualien, is a popular choice for travelers. From he...see more Orange Garden Hostel, located in Ji'an Township, Hualien, is a popular choice for travelers. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. For sightseeing options and local attractions, one need not look far as the hotel enjoys close proximity to A Mei Wenhua Village, Qing Xiu Yuan, Wu Ku Temple.

Orange Garden Hostel also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Hualien. For the comfort and convenience of guests, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage, car park, family room.

The ambiance of Orange Garden Hostel is reflected in every guestroom. internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk are just some of the facilities that can be found throughout the property. The hotel's garden are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. Orange Garden Hostel is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort and convenience in Hualien.
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hk K. Families with older children
Taiwan, July 13, 2014
Staff are very nice

quite, comfortable and clean
The breakfast is good. Staff are nice. Environment is clean and quiet. The shortages are that the hotel locates in the farm and there are many mosquitoes.
M M. Couples
Netherlands, February 19, 2013
Nice rooms, wifi, bit out of town

Nice airy rooms, great garden for morning breakfast
The homestay is easy to find and located in a quiet area outside of Hualien. We were travelling by car so that was no problem for us. We don't know about the busstops. There is room for car parking on the premises. The room has wifi reception and we were welcomed by the home owner, who is living there as well. There is a communal sitting room with TV. They speak little english but put in a lot of effort to make you feel welcome! They provide towels and amenities in the bathroom. Overall a pleasant stay but a bit overpriced.
Patricia O. Groups
France, February 18, 2013
Lovely "hotel" in private house

Environment (middle of the rice fields)/ "house" feeling + nice breakfast
If you love birds and walking in the countryside, it's for you. Very quiet - hotel is a house, managed by a very nice retired teacher that lends you his umbrella and his bicycles if you want to move around the hotel area (rice fields and farms and houses, not too near from each other - quiet and fresh). Rooms are nice, clean and simply elegant. No neighbors and no outside noise - for internal quiet, it depends whether you are lucky or not (children can scream quite high). Breakfast is quite good. Only con, already mentioned by others : a bit isolated. Not a problem if you have a car, but otherwise, count around 450 Taiwanese dollars (around 10-12 euros) from Hualien Train/Bus Station to the hotel (and have the hotel number ready, as the taxi driver will probably need to phone the hotel to check the address). We stayed one night, the owner drove us back to the city in the morning for the cost of the petrol (200 Taiwanese dollars). Incidentally, I forgot my computer charger on the room, and they brought it back to the city center, where we still were, the next day, which was very nice of them (and without any charge may I add). One other point => if you have no easy way of transport, have diner before coming to the hotel - or be prepared to walk to the nearest place that holds a shop (around 15 - 20 mn walk - an easy and comfortable walk to an area with a few small street stalls and a local grocery store). Luckily for us, we had eaten a lot and late in the day, so we just bought biscuits and dined on it with yoghourt, but if you have hungry kids, better have a car or a full stomach when you arrive. Overall, charming experience and a welcome change from city hotels (if a little pricey, but then we were there during chinese new year and everything was pricey - and full).
Sultan S. Couples
Belgium, February 13, 2013
Great BnB close to Hualien

NIce rooms in a new house and with a friendly owner
we enjoyed staying at the orange garden hostel. the owner is super friendly and helpful. the only downside was that the signal of the wi-fi was not good in the room... but compared to the quality of our stay this is a minor problem.
Joshua L. Families with older children
Malaysia, January 03, 2013
Pleasant stay, although location is a bit far

Spacious rooms. Hospitable owners. Peaceful environment.
We booked a room for 4 people. The (hotel-like) room that we got is very spacious - 2 double beds, a couch, closet, dresser, TV. The breakfast that we received was good - you can inform the owner when you would like to have your breakfast (between 7 - 9 am) and they will be ready when you go into the common dining room. The first day we got a plate for each - sandwich + fruits, the second day it was buffet style with congee + condiments, fruits + toast. I would recommend this place for people who come to visit (with a big caveat: only if you have a car). The place is about a 15-minute drive away from Hualian city center. And it looked like a big double-story residential house rather than a commercial building like what other hotels look like. When we arrived at the place, there was some hesitation at first as we thought that we have keyed in the wrong address due to the outward appearance of the place, but the owner was standing outside greeting us, so we knew we were at the right place. Now, for the criticisms: - There was a problem with the towels that were provided (they did not absorb water well). - Like what was mentioned above - the distance from the city. However, this did not pose a problem for us as we rented a car. - Internet access: We were able to access the wireless internet from our room (password can be obtained from the owner). However, the signal was weak. You can, however, go to the common dining area and use the internet from there.
Chin B. Couples
Malaysia, August 28, 2012
Clean, spacious n nice.

Almost like 4 star room.
Good service despite We check in late ard 1.00 a.m.
James B. Couples
United Kingdom, March 02, 2012
Beautiful hotel with great service.

Huge rooms which are nicely decorated.
the hotel is beautiful but it is a little far from hualien. we had to spend a lot on taxis. the staff are really friendly and polite and the breakfast is nice taiwanese fare.
Pierre F. Couples
France, November 14, 2012
hotel propre mais trop eloigne de Hualien

grande chambre, confort excellent petit dejeuner
avons eu du mal a nous faire conduire au Orange Garden, il est situe trop loin de la ville de Hualien<> Il conviendrait pour des personnes en voiture et qui connaissent la region comme des residents a Taiwan cependant a noter egalement qu il n y a rien autour de cette maison et qu il faut avoir dine pour y aller autrement on reste a jeun. petit dejeuner typique parfait
Silvia Z. Couples
Germany, January 05, 2013
neues Hotel am Stadtrand

Kaffee wird hier mal ganz anders gekocht (nach Kaffee zum Frühstück fragen)
Das Hotel ist recht neu. Es befindet sich eher am Stadtrand, man benötigt ca. 10 min mit dem Auto in die Stadt. Somit ist die Lage sehr ruhig, das Hotel ist inmitten einer Taro-Plantage gelegen. Es gab kein Buffet zum Frühstück, sondern jeder bekam einen fertig zubereiteten Teller, was die Auswahl natürlich sehr einschränkt. Um Englisch zu sprechen eher auf die Frau oder Tochter des Betreibers zugehen.
Qianjun D. Families with older children
China, August 21, 2013


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