Rooms 235 /Architecture Kris Yao Artech /Interior Design Designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates Pte. Ltd. Design Consultants /The Original Ellie Lai
Located on the top floors of a “Diamond-rated Green Building” in the heart of Xinyi—the capital’s vibrant shopping, commerce, and entertainment district—the 235-room Humble House Taipei merges design, green living, and art into one breathtaking property overlooking the city’s rooftops. With crisp lines and warm tone, the space boasts floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize natural light. Deceptively simple in design, the architecture serves as a backdrop for over 600 exquisitely integrated works of art. Guests can enjoy the allure of daily traditional tea ceremonies, relax with the healing power of scent and touch at the spa area, and savor refined cuisine at the gourmet Italian restaurant La Farfalla. To top it off, Humble House Taipei boasts a rare inner-city perk: a lush sixth-floor garden, where guests can experience sprawling views while enjoying cocktails at The Terrace lounge.
TPE - Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
Food & Drink
Spa & Recreation
Fitness Center, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Spa
Conference & Meetings
4 banquet and 2 function rooms with a maximum capacity of 1,000 people
Breakfast Buffet, Concierge, Parking
Rooms & Suites
Each of the 235 rooms and suites plays host to either a king-size or twin beds, three-meter-high ceilings, a multimedia hub, and surround-sound speakers. While the 26-square-meter Superior Room features a sofa with a city view, the Premier Room and the Grand Premier Room on the corner—both spanning 36 square meters—include a bathtub and a separate dressing room. The top-floor Diplomatic Suite, Prestige Suite, and Humble House Residence—spanning 53, 73, and 136 square meters, respectively—all offer a butler on demand, with the latter two also featuring a living room and a dining room. The Humble House Residence also includes a kitchen, a walk-in wardrobe, and a study.
Formally the principal flute of the National Symphony Orchestra, Ellie Lai started taking on hotel interior design projects in 2002 to great acclaim. Her “modern Chinese” aesthetic won her many projects. In 2007, thanks to her love of contemporary art, the well-known musician also became one of the most respected art consultants on Taiwan. Her gallery, My Humble House, focuses on pushing contemporary Chinese artists around the world. “The value of art does not lie in how much a work costs or how famous its creator is,” she says. “Art and taste are something above prices. Art should interact with guests, speak to them, and touch their hearts. That’s where its value lies.”