For families looking for iconic city sites, bustling night markets and lively street food mixed with island views, historic shrines and monuments, Taiwan’s capital city is right up your alley. Taipei is a must-visit for avid travelers and culture seekers for countless reasons, but a good one to add to your list — summer sales curated to traveling families.
Conveniently, Grand Hyatt Taipei is offering specifically designed packages and discounts for traveling families, making the city’s largest hotel all the more accessible.
Enjoy the Grand Hyatt Taipei’s 5-star amenities, easy access to the city’s highlights and family-oriented touches with this list of travel-worthy packages.
Family Adventure Package
Beginning with the fussier members of your crew, kids ages 3–6 can sleep comfortably in the in-room tent with the Family Adventure Package. This two-child occupancy tent is a complete glamping set, including featherbeds, plushy pillows, toys, a drawing board (which the kids can take home), a battery-operated lantern, a picnic table and a planetarium projector to display the night stars in the comforts of your guestroom. Parents can sleep in their own spacious king-sized bed, order room service and enjoy the perks of housekeeping. Room rates begin at $467 per night with the option to add on family fun and entertainment, beginning at $25.
For the slightly older crowd, the Awesome Kids! Package is a great way to accommodate and entertain your young children. This package includes two tickets to the city’s only just-for-kids museum, KidsAwesome Children’s Museum of Taipei. This impressive stop on your Taipei tour is a three-level structure, comprised of 13 uniquely themed areas for kids, including gliding on zip lines, building rockets, shopping at the farmer’s market and more. One perk of the package parents can get excited about, it includes daily breakfast buffet at the Café, $30 spa credits at the Oasis Spa, one complimentary minibar item per stay and the option to upgrade your room. Prices begin at $355, per night.
For the all-ages crowd, the Explore Package is a great way to get around Taipei and see all the city sites. The package includes a pre-registered $15 EasyCard, which can be used on the city bus system, a welcome drink at check-in, Café’s breakfast buffet and late check-out, so guests can fully enjoy the city’s vibrant nightlife. Prices begin at $310 per night.
Other promotions this summer include 20 percent off prices, when booking before Aug. 27, when they book a stay at least seven days in advance. This offer is available for all travelers, non-families included, until Sept. 2.
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