Palais de Chine


No. 3, Section 1, Chengde Road
Taipei, 103
At A Glance
Opened 2010
Renovated 2010
Guest Rooms 286
Suites 12
King Rooms 97
Check in 3:00 PM
Check out 12:00 PM
Smoking rooms No
Pets allowed No
Self parking Free
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
Number of Meeting Rooms 4
Max Group Size 300


Resort Fee N/A
Room Tax 15.00%
Sales Tax N/A

Airport Proximity

Taoyuan International Airport
45 min 27 miles (43 km)
Business services
Le Salon VIP lounge
24-hour in-room dining
Express laundry & dry cleaning
Shoeshine service
Wireless Internet
Banquet facilities
Smoke-free property
Wheelchair accessible
AV equipment
Shopping on site
Outdoor pool
Fitness facility
Restaurant & Bar
Aerobics nearby
Pilates classes/instruction nearby
Q-Square Shopping Mall
Vieshow Cinemas
Mitsukoshi Department Store
Taipei 228 Memorial Museum
National Museum of History
Longshang Temple
Snake Alley
High speed Rail Station
Dining, Food & Beverage
Onsite Dining: Capacity
La Rotisserie
Steaks & Seafood
Le Bar
Le Palais
Le Thé
F&B Averages:
Breakfast Buffet $26 Cont. N/A
Lunch Buffet N/A Plated $50
Dinner Buffet N/A Plated $65
Coffee Break N/A
2-Hour Open Bar N/A
Meeting Space
Largest Meeting Room 6,135 ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 7,653 ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 7,653 ft²
Capacity Chart
Descartes 764 N/A 16 24 40 20 0 0 0 0 0
Pascal 452 N/A 16 18 32 10 0 0 0 0 0
Rousseau 452 N/A 16 18 32 10 0 0 0 0 0
Total Meeting Space 7,653 N/A 16 398 496 400 800 398 0 0 0
Voltaire 527 N/A 16 18 32 10 0 0 0 0 0
Le Palais Restaurant bestowed with the prestigious three Michelin star accolade for 2018
Posted March 14, 2018
Cantonese restaurant Le Palais is the only restaurant to be bestowed with the prestigious three Michelin star accolade in the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Taipei 2018.

The highly-anticipated list, which was announced in Taipei just now, revealed that a total of 20 restaurants in the city received Michelin stars. Two restaurants clinched two Michelin stars and 17 restaurants were recognized with one Michelin star.

Le Palais in the Palais de Chine Hotel in Taipei’s Datong district is renowned for fine and delicate Cantonese dishes as well as other types of authentic Chinese cooking. The restaurant is helmed by chef Chan Wai-Keung, who moved to Taiwan from Macau nearly 20 years ago.

Mr. Ellis says: “Chef Chan and his team have mastered the art of cooking a variety of Chinese cuisines, and the dining experience here is truly outstanding; worth a special journey! The Cantonese-style crispy roast duck, lobster, tofu and other dishes are remarkable, and baked egg custard tarts are sublime. All of the chef’s creations have won inspectors over.”

The coveted three Michelin star rating means “an exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.” It is given for the superlative cooking of chefs at the peak of their profession. The ingredients are exemplary, the cooking is elevated to an art form and their dishes are often destined to become classics.