Moxy Hotels continues its expansion in Asia Pacific with the debut of its first hotel in Taiwan, Moxy Taichung.
Fully catering to next generation of playful travellers, Marriott International brings a playful spirit to vibrant Taiwan with Moxy Taichung. Located near many of the city’s attractions, the new hotel is a must-visit destination for young and young-at-heart guests.
Moxy Taichung features 262 bedrooms cleverly designed to maximize space and allow guests the flexibility to adapt the room to suit their needs. Each is equipped with the latest technology featuring a 55-inch flat screen television, high quality sound system, free Wi-Fi, ample USB power outlets, motion-activated LED guide lights below the bed and a backlit glass panel to add ambience.
The hotel also features several of the brand’s signature playful touches, kicking the experience off with check-in at Bar Moxy, where guests are greeted with a complimentary Got Moxy cocktail. The bar also doubles up as a communal hub for dining, drinks, and social gatherings. At sunset, the chic rooftop bar XOXO is buzzing with energy and is the place to be for light bites, decadent drinks and curated cocktails. Guests can also re-energize at the hotel’s 24-hour fitness centre, decked out with cardiovascular equipment, free weights and other equipment, including SYNRGY and TRX. In addition, a tech-enabled meeting room is also available for team brainstorming sessions in the hotel.
Located a short distance from the nearest subway station and 13 minutes from Taiwan High Speed Rail Taichung Station, the new Moxy Taichung places travellers with convenient access to the various areas of Taiwan. Taichung International Airport is located approximately 24 kilometres from the hotel, making it easily accessible from other regional and international destinations. Taichung is Taiwan’s second largest city, home to lively cultural, arts, entertainment and lifestyle scenes. In addition to its many museums, theatres, parks and temples, Taichung’s Chun Shui Tang teahouse is said to be the original birthplace of bubble tea.