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Last booked 7 hours ago
"Onlyvthe hot spronga and pools are nice surronded by nice mo..."
January 26, 2017
Last booked 7 hours ago
|Value for money||7.8|
|Nearest airport||Taichung Airport (RMQ)|
|Distance to airport||41.9 km|
Located in the Ku-Kuan hot spring area, this hotel affords spectacular views of the Ta-Chia River and mountains. The warm hospitality and attentive service means Ku Kuan Hotel is ideal for business and commercial travelers alike. The rooms are clean and comfortable and equipped with the essential facilities such as a mini bar, satellite television, and a telephone. There is a Chinese restaurant where guests can enjoy meals and also a café lounge where guests can sit outside, admire the view, and unwind after a tiring day. The multi-function room can cater to anywhere between 100 and 500 guests and is ideal for both business and social events. Surrounding the hotel there is a hiking path, a hot spring pool, and many other activities for the guests to enjoy their stay. Our secure online booking form makes reserving your room at Ku Kuan Hotel simple - just fill in your desired dates and click.
"I enjoyed the spaciousness and the balcony."
February 11, 2018
"Breakfast has a wide range of choices."
February 11, 2018
"The public hot spring is natural and standard."
February 11, 2018
"Overall I enjoyed my stay there."
October 25, 2018
"Room was nice and clean and very spacious."
October 25, 2018
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-2 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 3-5 year(s)
Must use an extra bed
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 6 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Ku Kuan Hotel
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clean nice room ”
room was nice and clean and very spacious. had trouble finding a parking space at the parking lot. arrived at 8pm and all spaces were already taken. had to park the car at a non designated spot. onsen was what was expected. more like an outdoor kiddie pool than a true onsen. people were noisy, kids were running around splashing water and no one except me showered before getting in so the water wasnt exactly clean. Next morning I went for a dip at the hot spring again and it was much better as most of the tour group had left. breakfast was pretty standard buffet style. overall I enjoyed my stay there.
Lovely and natural place ”
It's about 40mins from the urban by driving, you have better go in the day time, because it might be a litte dangerous to thouugh the moutain in the evening. The environment is so natural and comfortable.
Old-fashioned hotel with clean rooms”
This old hotel has large clean rooms. It is right on the river and has fantastic balcony views of the gorge. Hot spring water is on tap, as well as in the outdoor hot pool.It is just off the quiet main road and easy to find. The set dinner is of generous proportions and good value for money.The buffet breakfast is typical Taiwanese fair and just adequate. Overall good value for money
Good value for money”
This hot spring area is far from Taichung city centre. It took about 2 hours from Taichung train station or HSR station. But the plus point is you alight at the end stationand it took a minute walk from the station to the hotel and the hotel signage is easy to spot. Having had vacant rooms., the staff assigned me to a two double-bed room. I enjoyed the spaciousness and the balcony. The amenities in the room are standard, though I spotted dirt on the floor. The flushing system is not good. Breakfast has a wide range of choices. The public hot spring is natural and standard. There are no additional spa pools, except sauna room. There are almost no scenic spots in Kukuan area. You only enjoy the hot spring at your hotel.
Empty week day”
Only hot spring was good but still need to maintain some place such as locker ( many r out of order) & roof ( raining) . This hotel is very old fashion w very inconvenient place. There is hill road w lots of staircase to enter or exit hotel., so if u r not driving, I'm not suggest to stay in. We went on week day n poor free breakfast made us no appetite. Hotel room is ok but bed cover has strong cigarette smell even we request no smoking room. If Bathroom door open, u can not use toilet... it's kind of funny & I'm irritated by this door
Great area but very poor old infrastructure”
The area is nice but hotel is far too outdated with old facities, Restaurant an breakfast poor quality and choice. Rooma also very old and dingy. Onlyvthe hot spronga and pools are nice surronded by nice montains and forest.
A Pleasant Surprise”
After the bad press this hotel has received, we set our expectations low. For us, it was just a place to stay while we did some hiking in the area. It was by far the cheapest hotel in Gu Guan, so we went for it. The hotel is not pretty from the outside - but none of the hotels in the area are! This is, after all, Taiwan... The staff were really friendly and helpful, despite their lack of English. The room was spacious and clean, the bed very comfortable. We even had a balcony! We went to the hot spring in the evening. It was very clean, had good facilities, and a nice vibe -it's probably the best hot spring we've been to in Taiwan. We decided not to eat in the hotel in the evening, and went into the village where we found some lovely fish restaurants. Breakfast the next day was very Taiwanese, but perfectly nice. My only complaint was that the water in our room smelled strongly of rotten eggs. This makes no sense as it was not a sulphur hot spring, but I guess it was fed from one. Washing your hands and showering in fart-smelling water is strange, but it was authentic I suppose!
I enjoyed my stay there. The room was clean and had everything we needed, including hot water and packets of instant coffee and tea, and a fridge. The free breakfast was a large buffet and had lots of variety, though it was almost all Taiwanese items (noodles, meats, vegetables) as opposed to Western. Access to the hot springs was included. We arrived quite a bit earlier than check-in time, but were still given a room right away, and it was a nicer room than what we thought we were getting from the website. I would stay there again.
quite good hotspring if you cant go Japan that far”
Very old furnished, need renovation right now Upon check in, you will have an expectation on how old of this hotel is. Staff is all over or looks like near 50+. Basic hospitality. Onsen can be used from 6 – 10pm. However, we clashed with pool cleansing day (once a month). The onsen pools are quite clean. Outdoor view is enjoyable. Bathing room need renovation immediately. You will not enjoy the shower there. Better do that in your room. Breakfast place makes you feel like going back to 70s. selection is fairly good. Salad is fresh. Drink is not recommended. You will not be lonely coz flies are around. Many local/ china tour. Lovely elderly around.
reasonable priced hot spring hotel in ku kuan”
ku kuan is pleasant place to visit although it is quiet and small, i love the drive from taichung to ku kuan, you can find a lot of farm houses enroute. ku kuan hotel is an affordable hot spring hotel, its facilities are rather basic but ok for me.
Missing the chance for spa”
Missing the hands for spa as late flight, facilities close at 22:00 on Monday and close in Tuesday morning for cleaning.
Old hotel and bad service! Will not consider next time!
Fair hotel ”
Too noisy and the spring pool is very old”
The room is a bit old and dirty!
Simple and Ok”
When I arrived late at night, the receptionist was pretty friendly and welcoming. The only thing that disappointed me was that its hot spring pool was closed that day.
The toilet has a bad smell. The bed is not locked and moves around.
specialpriceandgood private spa