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Taroko Village Hotel

"For those who are used to camping, this is highly recommended."

HAO-MING - November 1, 2020
Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner - Guestroom Taroko Village Hotel
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Taroko Village Hotel

Siuolin Township, Hualien, Taiwan - See map
Entire bungalow
Free Wi-Fi
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Popular landmarks
Taroko Gorge 2.7 km
Shakadang Trail 4.3 km
Eternal Spring Shrine 5.3 km
Taroko National Park 8.6 km
Qingshui Cliff 9.4 km
Chisingtan Scenic Area 16.5 km
Pine Garden 21.4 km
Hualien Cultural & Creative Industries Park 21.9 km
East Gate Night Market 22.5 km
Nearby landmarks
Mugua River Valley 70 m
Buluowan 140 m
Huanliuqiu Trail 220 m
Zhuilu Old Trail 430 m
Zhuilu Suspension Bridge 600 m
Swallow Grotto Yanzikou Trail 900 m
Liufang Bridge 2.7 km
Taroko Gorge 2.7 km
GuanYin Cava 3.3 km
Changchun Shrine Trail 3.4 km

9.1

Exceptional

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Exceptional location

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  • Airport transfer

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!

  • Daily housekeeping

  • Balcony/terrace

  • Garden

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Value for money8.3
Distance to city center30 Km
Location rating9.1
Nearest airportHualien Airport (HUN)
Distance to airport16.7 km

Rooms available at Taroko Village Hotel

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Room comfort & quality
8.5
Family Room with Mountain View
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  • Room size: 36 m²/388 ft²
  • Balcony/terrace
  • 6 single beds
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Double Room with Mountain View
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  • Room size: 25 m²/269 ft²
  • Balcony/terrace
  • 2 single beds
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Family Room with Mountain View
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  • Room size: 36 m²/388 ft²
  • Balcony/terrace
  • 5 single beds
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Tribal Suite with 5 Single Beds - Dinner Included
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  • Room size: 40 m²/431 ft²
  • Mountain view
  • 5 single beds
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Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
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  • Room size: 26 m²/280 ft²
  • Mountain view
  • 2 single beds
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  • Room size: 39 m²/420 ft²
  • 5 single beds
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        Frequently asked questions

        What time is check-in and check-out at Taroko Village Hotel?

        Check-in is from 03:00 PM, and check-out is until 11:00 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. The bungalow offers luggage storage to guests for before check-in and after check-out. The front desk is always open, day or night.

        How do I get to Taroko Village Hotel?

        Taroko Village Hotel is easy to access from the airport. In fact, you can even book your airport transfer in advance for greater peace of mind. Just use the "Let us know what you need" section of the booking page to let the bungalow know you want to book a ride, and they will contact you via the Agoda messaging service. A stay at Taroko Village Hotel also comes with easy access to the neighborhoods around the hotel through the convenient shuttle service offered at the bungalow. For those who wish to drive their own cars, Taroko Village Hotel has a car park that's close to the bungalow. Parking is free for guests. If you're looking for an easy way to get around Hualien with private transportation, the bungalow can arrange both taxis or car rental.

        Is breakfast offered at Taroko Village Hotel?

        Wake up to a great buffet breakfast at Taroko Village Hotel.

        What are my dining options at Taroko Village Hotel?

        Taroko Village Hotel features an on-site restaurant for your dining convenience.

        What is the smoking policy at Taroko Village Hotel?

        Taroko Village Hotel does not permit smoking in any of its rooms, but allows smoking in designated areas.

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        What people love about Taroko Village Hotel

        • 9.2

          Exceptional
          Location

          "The location and the setting of the hotel is great."

          Karen

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          April 10, 2019

        • 8.0

          Very good

          "The show after dinner was also quite interesting."

          Shueh

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          November 5, 2019

        • 9.2

          Exceptional

          "The show after dinner is quite entertaining."

          Tracy

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          October 18, 2018

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        Overall rating:

        8.7

        Excellent
        1,153 reviews
        Cleanliness
        8.6
        Facilities
        8.3
        Location
        9.1
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        What travelers say they love:
        We enjoyed the quietness and the beautiful surrounding.
        Ching from Singapore
        Family with older children
        More about Taroko Village Hotel

        More about Taroko Village Hotel

        Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Leader Village Taroko Hotel is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Hualien. The city center is merely 30 Km away and the airport can be reached within 40 minutes. With the city's main attractions such as Buluowan, Eternal Spring Shrine, Changchun Temple Trail within close reach, visitors to the hotel will just love its location.

        Leader Village Taroko Hotel offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. For the comfort and convenience of guests, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, airport transfer, family room.

        Step into one of 37 inviting rooms and escape the stresses of the day with a wide range of amenities such as television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning which can be found in some rooms. The hotel offers many unique recreational opportunities such as garden. Whatever your reason for visiting Hualien, the Leader Village Taroko Hotel is the perfect venue for an exhilarating and exciting break away.

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        What they offer

        10.0

        Exceptional
        Staff 

        "Staff are some of the friendliest you will ever meet."

        nathan

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        October 21, 2019

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        太魯閣山月村
        Menu:Buffet, A-la-carte

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        Reviews of Taroko Village Hotel from real guests

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        Cleanliness8.6
        Facilities8.3
        Location9.1
        Room comfort and quality8.5
        Service9.1
        Value for money8.3
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        9.0
        Exceptional
        Nancy from Indonesia
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 3 nights in December 2014

        Best hotel in Taroko!”

        The hotel staffs are fantastic, very thoughtful! Food (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is awesome and the scenery is breathtaking!

        We stayed at the Leader Village Taroko for 3 nights and spent our Christmas at the Village. We reached Hualien by TRA pretty late and only made transport booking couple of hours prior to our arrival. The Village staff was very accomodating and arranged a pick up for us immediately. Once we reached the Village, we were greeted by the beautiful view of Taroko. Villages (rooms) are surrounded by mountains and the view outside the room is breathtaking! The village (room) is very spacious and well maintained-clean and bright. They also provided breakfast and dinner. The food is a mixture of Taiwanese and Western style. For dinner, they always have BBQ wild boar which we loved to eat so much. After dinner, there were musical and dance performaces conducted by the Village's staff and owner which emphasizes the Taroko tribe's culture with some fun (modern dance) added to it. Though the performances are conducted in Mandarin (and i dont understand Mandarin), we still found it interesting and watched it everynight. One thing which we remembered the most is the attitude of the staff and their service. The staffs were very friendly and thoughtful. For example, we needed to leave very early on our last day, they helped to arrange a pick up and also packed breakfast for us! And because we stayed for 3 nights, on our last night, they gave us complimentary food (we chose beef steak)! Overall we had an enjoyable and lovely stay at the Village. We will definitely stay again at Leader Village Taroko.

        Reviewed December 26, 2014

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        William from United States
        Couple
        Double Room with Mountain View
        Stayed 1 night in April 2019

        Wonderful Experience”

        This is an amazing hotel with an even better backstory. The hotel staff are all Taroko people, the aboriginal people for which the gorge is named. I met the owner and saw his passion for providing economic opportunity to this underprivileged group. Dinner and Breakfast are provided and the food uses as much local ingredients as possible. Pork is a staple of the diet. It is one of only two hotels located within the national park and is the closest thing I have seen to a National Park lodge outside the United States. The rooms are cabin like duplexes with porches and screened windows allowing the breeze to blow in. The hotel is at 4500 feet so it is a bit cool. The evening show features youth Taroko people sharing their music, dancing, and singing talents. The show and the entire facility feature the Taroko People and their culture. This is an excellent place to learn about throw culture and immerse yourself in nature. Chinese is the primary language.

        Reviewed April 08, 2019

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        9.0
        Exceptional
        Ronald from Australia
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 3 nights in March 2012

        Experience the culture in this beautiful spot.”

        Scenic situation, helpful friendly staff, cultural experience.

        the wooden cabins are situated amongst the most beautiful scenery and were very clean and comfortable with fridge, coffee, tea provided. beds are very low-set on a wooden platform which could be a problem if you have mobility problems. staff were most helpful and friendly and participated in the evening cultural performances which were a delight. english ability is sometimes limited but there was always someone on roster with good english skill. meals were delicious and effort was made to provide variety. leader village taroko hotel is perfectly situated to access the many beautiful walks within taroko gorge. organised tours are also offered.

        Reviewed March 27, 2012

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        Ian from Singapore
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 2 nights in November 2013

        Breathtaking view and superb air !”

        View, fresh air and friendly locals

        The Leader Village is a unique one as it resides in the centre of the Taroko National Park. Usually tourists have to book a cab or a guided tour to pay a visit to the park. But as the hotel is located inside it you can access it via a variety of trails available in and around the Hotel. It would take hours if you really want to see most of the park and the rich history that comes with it. The hotel is managed by local aborigines families and even though they aren't trained in hotel skills, they serve with their heart and that is more than you can ask for. Even though it is a little pricey, the cabin is clean and managed well by the staff, there is little or no insects that would pester you and you can thoroughly enjoy the fresh and and surreal environment in this place. If you are looking to relax and breathe in some mountain air, this is the place. As I was there in Novemeber, it was cooling enough not to switch on the air conditioner for me for the two nights that I was there. Foodwise it is a little on the asian side, but they did have spaghetti for breakfast on my 2nd morning. And anyway, you are on a holiday of another country, definitely you would want to try some local delicacies?

        Reviewed November 15, 2013

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        Carlito from United States
        Family with teens
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in October 2012

        Delightful and Unique”

        Beautiful environment, comfortable rooms, helpful staff, educational cultural experience, excellent full-day tour with driver Li

        the hotel is beautifully situated right in bulowan, taroko national park, and is definitely meant for those that appreciate being in natural surroundings. from the moment you drive up the hill to the hotel entrance, you are awed by the gorgeous views all around. it's not your typical hotel experience, more like upscale camping, since the rooms are in cabins arranged around a couple of large lawn areas. however the rooms have everything needed - bathroom with sink, blow dryer, toiletries, toilet and shower, comfy beds, tv, free wi-fi, hot pot w/ coffee/tea. the highlight of one night was the aboriginal meal and show that was held under the stars featuring atayal children. we didn't understand much since it was all in mandarin, but i enjoyed it anyway. the second night there was a different show with new performers and a bilingual guest helped translate in english. the food was a variety of aboriginal, asian and western selections buffet style. unfortunately the first night there was a large tour group that wiped out the dessert choices before we could sample any, but who needs the extra calories? we highly recommend taking the full day gorge tour with li, arranged by the hotel. she spoke minimal english but was still able to explain the sites and make sure we experienced all the stops to the fullest.

        Reviewed November 02, 2012

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        9.0
        Exceptional
        Dhunyanon from Thailand
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in December 2013

        Memorable stay”

        Atmosphere, mountain view and weather

        Leader Village Taroko Hotel is a great hotel with enough guests, not too many and not too few. The view and atmosphere is great. Internet is only fast and good in the lobby but extremely poor in our room. Food cannot be called the best but offer enough satisfactions. generally, highly recommended hotel in this wonderful national park.

        Reviewed December 30, 2013

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        WAI from Singapore
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 3 nights in December 2014

        Natural pristine setting. ”

        1) Good & interesting location; 2) Delicious and ample food; 3) Charming nightly performances by Taroko natives

        Stayed three nights at the hotel. Enjoyed the hospitality of the staffers. Room was clean with heated blankets & natural spring water for shower. Delicious and ample food with breakfast & dinner provided. Buffet dinner was particularly good. Beef steak (to cater to my dietary constraints) was delicious! Start your dinner not later than 6:30 pm... Eat at a leisurely pace and proceed to watch the nightly performances at 8:00 pm. Very interesting & unlimited beverages like plum vinegar & fragrant long life chrysanthemum herb tea. The hotel is manned by Taroko natives who also double-up as performers! Hotel location is good, about 5 mins to Swallow Grotto & other interesting sights. Try out all the walking trails - Bamboo Grove, Meander Core & Swallow Grotto. It is worthwhile to spend a whole day at Swallow Grotto. Take a leisurely drive along the Suhua Highway, 118 km long, and take in the stunning seascapes!

        Reviewed January 01, 2015

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        8.7
        Excellent
        Ying from Singapore
        Family with teens
        Stayed 1 night in November 2015

        A touch of Truku hospitality”

        Enthusiastic performance by the children and staff, good breakfast and dinner, beautiful location

        The hotel is located in the beautiful Taroko Gorge. It is a treat to wake in the morning and savour the view. The buffet breakfast and dinner were quite delicious, unique (include some Truku dishes) and substantial although the room is quite basic and eco-friendly (no pesticides used although both doors and windows had insect screens). The warm and enthusiastic performance by the manager, staff and children is absolutely heartwarming and a highlight. My kid especially enjoyed the 4 tone Taroko xylophone performance and he absolutely loves the Taroko souvenir he got for completing the quiz, carrying it in his pocket for the rest of the trip. One night here seems too short. We would stay here again.

        Reviewed December 01, 2015

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        Yilin from Singapore
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 2 nights in February 2013

        Unique Hotel ”

        Fresh air, hotel in a natural environment, very good dinner, very good service.

        The hotel staff are very friendly. The hotel rooms are in forms of wooden huts, which is very unique. The hotel is located within highlands of Taroko, which makes the hotel looks like it is located in the forested area. The hotel guests could see small animals around the hotel area, which make it an unique experience and makes the stay very different from the typical hotels. Taroko hotel is the best hotel if people truly wants to leave city life.

        Reviewed March 11, 2013

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        8.3
        Excellent
        Kirsteen from United Kingdom
        Family with teens
        Stayed 1 night in October 2013

        Rustic Hotel in area of outstanding natural beauty”

        Location, design, staff

        This hotel is located in Bulowan an area of outstanding natural beauty surrounded by mountains and greenery within the Taroko National Park. It is an ideal base for exploring Taroko Gorge. It is built of wood and fits beautifully into the natural surroundings. There are a lot of pictures and artifacts made by the areas aboriginal inhabitants. The staff were all very friendly and helpful and gave us good suggestions of suitable hikes for our family of 5. The Bulowan area is much more scenic and peaceful than Tianxiang the only other place with accommodation option within the park. However there are no shops or other restaurants within walking distance. Every night there was a BBQ set dinner. We had been led to believe that this was going to be wild mountain food and to be honest it was a bit of a Chinese buffet and lacked the special mountain foods we were expecting. However this may have had to do with the hotel being quite full due to the Chinese October holiday. The breakfast was also quite local although perfectly adequate. Our room was a tribal suite with six beds although these were just mattresses on the floor. The kids loved sleeping in what was like a wooden long house. The kids also loved the huge pile of pork ribs they had for dinner! There were also several short trails you could do from the hotel. We didn't really bother with the aboriginal show as it was in Chinese and although we understand Chinese it was less about traditional culture than entertainment for the Chinese group tourists so we preferred the peace of our room. The kids loved the bit during the buffet when some of the staff dressed in traditional costumes acted out the hunters return with flaming torches and one of the carved wooden pigs strung between them that heralded the offering of the BBQ spare ribs! We wished we could have stayed longer.

        Reviewed October 08, 2013

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        9.3
        Exceptional
        Yi-Chen from Australia
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in January 2014

        Fantastic view of Taroko National Park”

        mountain view, aboriginal culture, serenity

        I enjoyed my stay at the hotel. Quiet surroundings, hugged by the mountains and fresh air. Although transportation to the nearest train station in Hualien and some of the scenic tours required extra charge, it was worth it with the spectacular views that Taroko National Park has got to offer!

        Reviewed February 05, 2014

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        9.2
        Exceptional
        caroline from Taiwan
        Family with young children
        Family Room with Mountain View
        Stayed 1 night in November 2020

        Great place with young children ”

        The Taroko village has a perfect location if you want to explore Taroko national park. The staff is very nice (speaks English!!) and the performance show is perfect to entertain the kids. Good place to stay in Taroko.

        Reviewed November 30, 2020

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        Ying from Malaysia
        Family with young children
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in November 2012

        Serene and beautiful hotel for personal retreat ”

        Surrounded by natural beauty, warm hotel staff, great cultural evening program & yummy wild boar ribs

        Our family booked 2 rooms and stayed for 1 night. It was our most memorable night of entire Taiwan trip. We were not only lullabied to sleep by soothing sounds of distant forest, but also woke up to misty mountains, refreshing morning dew and colorful butterflies. The evening cultural program was really heart warming & hilarous as we get to acquianted with the Taroko tribal history, their progress and their culture. The tribe leader (cum hotel manager) was really personal with all the guests. No wonder people come back here time and time again. It is just one-of-a-kind place to stay in. If you love nature and looking for a good retreat, don't miss this place.

        Reviewed November 27, 2012

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        8.0
        Excellent
        Jie from Singapore
        Family with teens
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 2 nights in December 2012

        Great Hotel with Nice Lodges & a Friendly Owner”

        Great performance with a really entertaining and funny owner.

        I stayed two nights at the hotel. There is a performance every night at the hotel and the hotel is run by the original people whose ancestors lived at taroko. I loved the ambience and the design of the small lodges where I stayed in. The rooms are designed in such a way that it takes in the beautiful scenery around. I stayed two nights which I feel was one night too many considering the high cost of staying here. I drove in taiwan and for those who are thinking of driving at Taroko,I recommend you to stay one night here and move on to another hotel in the area so that you will get to explore Taroko more extensively. Taroko is a beautiful place, this hotel was a great place to stay, but its really pricey. The staff are quite friendly and my overall experience was good.

        Reviewed December 23, 2012

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        9.7
        Exceptional
        Kai from United Kingdom
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in November 2012

        Best place to stay for Taroko Gorge”

        Great staff, amazing location

        This has to be the best place to stay if you want to visit Taroko Gorge. The staff have roots in the tribes and performed the daily evening show with passion despite it probably being the thousandth time they have done so. The hotel is set within Taroko Gorge so there is stunning scenery all around and you will definitely get a great nights sleep in the wilderness. Fully recommended.

        Reviewed November 14, 2012

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        MING-YANG from Taiwan
        Couple
        Double Room with Mountain View
        Stayed 1 night in July 2018

        環境乾淨整潔 晚餐豐盛 晚上太魯閣族人表演很棒”

        環境優美 房內硬體設施完備乾淨 晚餐(內含)吃到飽超讚  最棒的是晚上太魯閣族小朋友及族人齊心協力的表演 希望大家能實際參與支持原民朋友 Beautiful valley, intact room service, all-you-can-eat dinner( price included) is great, the best of the Leader village is the show performed by the children of Taroko family, Be there and give your support for this children

        Reviewed July 28, 2018

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        Taroko Village Hotel
        8.7
        Excellent
        Mary from United States
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 2 nights in March 2014

        Terrific location, quiet surroundings”

        Location, location, location

        Definitely the best place to stay in Taroko. There's another, fancier hotel up the mountain, but it doesn't hold a candle to the Leader Village location. The food was plentiful and adequate; the room was cozy; the staff were very helpful.

        Reviewed March 26, 2014

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        9.3
        Exceptional
        Rima from Lithuania
        Solo traveler
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in June 2012

        Loved everything about it!”

        Hotel owner provides employment opportunities for the local indigenous tribe

        Loved the surroundings, the people running the hotel and the dinner (I don't like Chinese food so much, but tribal food in Taiwan is one of my favorites). I really liked it that the owner is really aware and takes good care of the surroundings - for instance, the forest walk at night is only done when there are not too many guests, not to scare the animals. It seemed to me that the members of the tribe were happy to work there - and I heard from them that they like their owner (who is not a member of the local idigenous tribe). The people working there are proud of their heritage and can tell you a lot about Taroko - so if you can speak Chinese, do ask them questions (I think that some staff members also speak English).

        Reviewed July 03, 2012

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        10.0
        Exceptional
        Zeynep from Turkey
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in March 2013

        Quiet location in the mountains with great view ”

        convenient location to reach the gorge, Aboriginal dinner,comfortable rooms

        The hotel is located close to the main street passing through the Taroko gorge. You may take the shuttle bus and go to one of the trails easily. It is very quiet, the rooms are very clean and comfortable. They serve very nice aboriginal dinner. The staff speaks decent English to give hiking recommendations and help you to make train reservations, arrange shuttle/taxi etc. Overall we were very satisfied with their service.

        Reviewed March 26, 2013

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        8.0
        Excellent
        Bernard from France
        Couple
        Taroko Suite with 2 Single Beds with Dinner
        Stayed 1 night in May 2014

        A perfect stay in serenity”

        Scenery at its location, the Peace of nature, Village feel

        If you are looking at a place to stay within Taroko, then don't look any further. From the time we arrived, the Leader Village was all we needed: A beautiful scenery and very quiet surroundings, a perfect location if you are crossing the taroko gorge on foot, a very decent food and beverage offerings mixing western, asian and local influences, a cute little log cabin with good bedding. We used to live in Northern Ontario in Canada and somehow felt back home with the setting, the arborigine culture and the way staff worked with their heart. We loved it!

        Reviewed May 31, 2014

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