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COMPASS MAGAZINE, February 2006.

THE PRESIDENTIAL SUITE (SHERATON TAIPEI HOTEL)

(02) 2321-5511
12, ZhongXiao East Road, Section 1
http://www.sheraton-taipei.com

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--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

After three years of renovations, The Sheraton Taipei Hotel presents its all-new Presidential Suite. With 200 pings of space and a upgrade cost of NT$30 million, this super-deluxe suite is situated on the hotel's top 17th and 18th floors. Decor is a fusion of antique and modern stylishness--a understated modern-style Chinois--with the finest quality obvious in every detail. Guarded by two butler rooms, the security of VIP guests is guaranteed, while an Executive Secretary Room helps busy VIPs organize their schedules. The loft design creates a "homey" feel and includes three lounges, five rooms, seven bathrooms and one kitchen. There are 10 different areas, each with its own theme and purpose. The facilities include German Leicht kitchen appliances, German Gaggenau stoves costing over NT$3 million and a stainless steel digital refrigerator costing NT$500,000. The bathrooms are equipped with sauna and steam rooms, as well as a Jacuzzi with a view of the constellations. Most furniture is from the classic Italian brand Cassina, with Flos lighting fixtures and Philippe Starck designed bathroom facilities. The simple, understated, yet luxurious, style found here breaks away from traditional expressions of opulence. One night's stay is NT$168,000.

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