The Breath in the Mountain Forest
Move to Nurture the Body, Rest to Nurture the Mind; Dance across Beitou in your Imaginations
The elegance of Asia Pacific Hotel, Beitou is unique. The architect, Hirosawa Eiichi, cleverly blocked the outside view out of the building, creating Asia Pacific Hotel's exclusive silent beauty of the "Dan-Feng Mountain". The lush mountain forest landscape with occasional clouds is healing and charming. It makes for the best remarks for the "Rest to Nurture the Mind" of the Asia Pacific Hotel, Beitou.
The appearance of the Asia Pacific Hotel primarily adopts basic black and white tones. The black represents Ketagalan's simplicity; the white represents Beitou’s hot springs that are shrouded in fog and mist; and black and white also represent how the Asia Pacific Hotel opens its doors to service the travelers day and night. It is the first time that the hotel's service philosophy is incorporated into its exterior design. The Japanese architect utilized the method of leaving blanks to retain the outdoor plaza of hundreds of pings in front of the hotel; it is quite amazing. Stand in the middle, sounds of frogs and cicadas fill the lush green. In the Spring and Summer, butterflies fly and plum blossoms bloom. When facing the embrace of the green mountains, the beautiful view of interlacing lights and shadows is extremely refreshing: "Dance across Beitou in your Imaginations."
Beitou's first dynamic hotel is built here. It has the nation's first large AR/VR experience area. There are also a myriad of dynamic courses designed by the professional staff, including the Family Swimming Area, water fitness courses and water acrobatic activities to fully implement Asia Pacific Hotel 's , Beitou business philosophy of "Move to Nurture the Body", making Beitou more than just hot springs.