入住房型：行政客房 Club Room
網路：付費有線／無線上網 Internet access for a Fee
I was in Hsinchu for business and needed to overnight, so chose to check out the Sheraton. However, as I was away most of the time, I can only briefly review the room.
Sheraton Hsinchu Lobby
Sheraton Hsinchu had a dedicated desk for SPG gold and platinum members, so check-in was a breeze for me. The agent helping me was very friendly, and told me that I was upgraded to a Club Room. I wasn't sure if that included access to the club lounge (word on the street was no), but since I wouldn't be able to use it anyway, I never asked.
Sheraton Hsinchu Front Desk
Club Level also had complimentary fruit (apples) available for guests.
Sheraton Hsinchu Club Level
The hotel was a new property (it only opened in 2010), so most of the spaces were clean and well-maintained. I'd prefer it over the Sheraton in Taipei in terms of hard product.
Sheraton Hsinchu Corridor
I was assigned room 1919, which was a standard room type.
Once entering the room, the bathroom was on the left and the closet on the right. The bathroom had a separate shower room and bathtub, and was very new and modern. Even though it was separated from the bedroom by glass, there was a electronic curtain that could be lowered for more privacy.
The amenities, even in the club floor, was still Sheraton's own brand, which was slightly disappointing.
The bedroom was rather standard, with a king-size bed, small sofa, tv and desk. The only thing lacking was a small table next to the sofa.
Complimentary welcome fruit and two bottles of water were placed on the mini bar, along with more snacks and drinks inside.
The desk was large and well-equipped with everything you need. There were some stationary available in the drawers, and the chair was extremely comfortable to sit in. It was the highlight of this room I must say.
The bed was the usual "Sheraton Sweet Sleeper" Bed. It was large and comfortable. Nothing to complain here.
Even though I didn't spend a lot of time in the hotel, my experience was quite good as I was really impressed by the hard product. I would certainly return again if I ever have to be in Hsinchu. Also the price is usually around 4000 NTD, which was relatively cheaper than most Starwood properties in Taipei, making it quite ideal for a mattress run if I ever need one to keep my status.