The Family Room features 2 queen beds(180 × 180cm), floor-to-ceiling windows, a balcony, an executive working desk, television, and complimentary WiFi. Revitalize your day in the marble-clad bathroom with a walk-in shower. Designed to accommodate up to four adults, our spacious rooms create a comfortable and relaxing environment for families when travelling.
7 flagship stores provide merchandises, including arts, crafts, food and beverages. There are 16 mini-workshops in total and exhibitions are held all year round. The most eye-catching of all is Blueprint, located across fromShin Kong Mitsukoshi’s Ximen store. Using optical illusions, the two-dimensional artwork is brought to life in a three-dimensional manner Although it has been reproduced in a different locations Blueprint still remains the best place for taking selfies.
Confucius has been honored as “Supreme Sage and Teacher” in Chinese history and culture for the past 2500 years. The temple for worshipping Confucius served as both a site for ceremonial rituals and educational endeavors. In Taiwan, the first Confucius Temple was built in Tainan in the year 1665. From here, Confucianism was gradually disseminated to the whole island. More than 300 years old, the temple has been transformed into a venue for cultural activities, and is a famous tourist destination
Built in 1932, Hayashi Department Store was the biggest department store in Tainan and the local people once called it five-story building”). It was named after its Japanese owner, Mr. Hayashi, The first elevator in Tainan sits in this department store.
Shennong Street is often considered the best preserved street in Tainan. It is the keystone of the Old Five Channels Cultural Zone and is among one of the must see areas of Tainan The street is named after Shennong, an ancient Chinese ruler who is considered to be the forefather, and deity, of Chinese agriculture. Renovation of the old houses “Shennong Street” where you can enjoy stylish cafes and art galleries.
The museum was established in 1992 by Shi Wen-long. He is known for his collection of antique violins — Stradivarius, Guarneri del Gesù and Nicolo Amati. Besides being an entrepreneur, Shi is also an amateur violinist who has performed in public many times. To improve the level of classical music in Taiwan, he founded the Chi Mei Cultural Foundation and also provided a scholarship for developing artists.
The center of any visit to Anping is the old fort. Anping Fort is built on the foundations of the Dutch stronghold named Fort Zeelandia. That fort was the anchor point of early settlements in Tainan for both the Dutch and the Chinese, and much of the settlement’s history lies in Anping’s old streets surrounding the fort.
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature researches, catalogs, preserves, and exhibits local literary artifacts as part of its multilingual, multi-ethnic focus. The museum is housed in the former Tainan City Hall, constructed in 1916 and famous for its historical significance.
Located in the Rende District of Tainan, Taiwan, Ten Drum Rende Creative Park was once a busy sugar mill but had been left disused for years. After being taken over by the local drumming troupe Ten Drum Art Percussion Group as a rehearsal space, this mill continues to live its history and allows visitors to peek into the thriving sugar industry during the Japanese Colonial Era. The Drum Museum featured at the Ten Drum Culture Village and showcase different kinds of drums from East Asian countries.
San Juan Hotel is located in Western Central district of Tainan city, which is near shopping centers of Ximen Road such as Shinkong Mitsukoshi (Tainan Palace), Xiaoximen (Tainan Fun Center) and BCP Tainan. It’s conveniently located and your best choice for shopping and relaxing!
San Juan Hotel can be reached by any of the following bus lines.: Tainan City Bus No.1、No.2、No.5、No.11、No.18、Green Line No.17、Blue Line No.24 and Red LineNo.2. Get off at “ShinkongMistukoshi Station,” walk for 3 minutes and you will reach the hotel.
Southbound: Exit from the Yongkang Interchange → Pass through the Zhongzheng North Road and the Zhongzheng South Road → Sec.4 Ximen Road → Go Straight approx. 4 Kilometers to Sec. 1 Ximen Road →San Juan Hotel is located in your left side.
Northbound: From Freeway 1 (Zhongshan Highway) to Provincial Highway 86 lead to Tainan → Exit from Wanli Interchange →Drive along Sec. 1 Yongcheng Road to Sec. 2 Yongcheng Road → Turn right when you arrive Zhonghua South Road →Turn left when you arrive Ximen Road → Go Straight approx. 2.5 Kilometers →San Juan Hotel is located in your right side.
THSR Tainan Station → THSR Free Shuttle Bus Stop (Exit 2) → choose the free route “THSR Tainan Station – Tainan City Government (H31)” → get off the bus at the Stop” Tayih Landis Hotel Tainan ” → go straight ahead and you will see “Tayih Landis Hotel Tainan”→walk to the crossroad of 2 Sec., ShulinStreet and then turn right after crossing the street→ San Juan Hotel (Estimated Travel Time by the free shuttle bus：40 Mins / Get off the bus on foot: 5 Mins).
Limited parking is available onsite in our parking. Please call to check availability.