Inn Cube Taipei Minquan Capsule Hotel Review | TAIWAN

Inn Cube Taipei Minquan Capsule Hotel
Capsule Hotel Stay in Taipei- Inn Cube Minquan Review

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog INN CUBE TAIPEI MINQUAN: INTRODUCTION

Inn Cube Minquan is one of many capsule hotels located in outside and inside Taipei’s city center.

What is a Capsule Hotel?

The concept of capsule hotels, or pod hotels, first started in Japan as a cheap way to provide basic accommodations to people. Capsule hotels are great for travelers who want a little more privacy than a hostel.

In a capsule hotel, you sacrifice space for a tiny more bit of privacy.

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Location

Inn Cube Minquan is located 2 minutes away from the Minquan W. Rd. MRT Station (捷運民權西路站). There are plenty of restaurants nearby, as well as 7-11’s and Family Marts. However, it is not close to the main nightlife areas.

AddressNo. 33號, Fushun Street, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, 10491


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Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Price

Compared to the prices of hostels, Inn Cube’s is pretty similar. Rooms are between $13-$15 USD (NT$350-$450) per night for your own private capsule.

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Rooms

You get this really cool futuristic vibe at first glance! Each person gets their own private capsule, A/C, TV, and lock box. The LED lights inside are all individually controlled. Free headphones are also provided.

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Bathrooms

Like hostels. bathrooms are shared. Each gender has its own shared bathroom, sinks, and blow dryers. The bathrooms are not exactly high quality, but it is kept very clean.

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Common Area

Your pod door is the only separation between your space and the common walkway. The common lounge area is right outside the bathrooms, and there are desks with electrical outlets for you to work on.

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Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Amenities

Free fast WiFi is provided in both the capsule and the lounge area, though the WiFi connectivity is stronger in the lounge area. Free refillable water and tea packets are provided, but no breakfast is included.

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Quality

The capsule walls are thin! You can occasionally hear people snore, and any huge sudden movements will vibrate the entire capsule. Also, don’t expect to bring any visitors here. Each person who enters the premises are required to show a key card.

Morry Travels Asian-American Solo Travel Blog Conclusion

Overall, I enjoyed my first experience at Inn Cube Minquan. You get the privacy of your own “room” without sacrificing the social aspect of hostels. Its location is convenient and pricing is affordable.

Review overview

Location 8
Price 8
Rooms & Bathrooms 8
Common Area 10
Quality 7
Amenities & WiFi 8


8.2 Review Score Definitely worth checking out if you have never experienced staying in a capsule hotel!PROS: -Common Area with plenty of outlets -Hostel-like experience with more privacy -CheapCONS: -Not close to any major party areas -Thin capsule walls -Sometimes spotty WiFi in the capsules

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