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By Bart Conley
Although Taipei has lately won acclaim as the best urban destination in the world for solo travelers, the city’s first modern luxury hotel is betting on the recent New York Times’ assessment of Taiwan as one of the top dozen destinations in Asia for travel, whether for solo or honeymooning travelers.
Now through a top-to-toe renovation that’s put the Grand Hyatt in the running as the city’s most posh perch, the hotel is a couple’s magnet. Its suites feel like upscale city apartments (so this is what it’s like living together!), and its plethora of dining venues run the gamut from China to Italy and Mexico, leaving little incentive for city-wide exploration.
But incentive there is. From what may be the world’s cheapest Michelin-star dining experience at Din Tai Fung, to sublime Buddhist and Taoist temples, to the Shilin Night Market (one of Asia’s finest), and one of the world’s most iconic skyscrapers, Taipei 101, the city is a mecca for all wants