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At Tainan Inn Star Rating 3        
No.292, Rongyu St

Unfussy rooms, some featuring stained-glass windows, in a casual budget hotel overlooking a park...
Justwin Grand Hotel Yongkang Star Rating 4        
No 56-20 Jhongjheng N Road

This upmarket urban hotel with an elegant atrium lobby is 5 minutes' walk from a bus stop, 3 km from the National Museum of History and 6 km from Tainan Flower Night Market.Featuring quilted headboards, the laid-back rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some add balconies.
Fushin Hotel - Tainan Star Rating 4        
No.336, Cheng-Gong Rd., North Dist.

This understated hotel is a 9-minute walk from Chihkan Tower, a 17th-century Dutch outpost, and 18 minutes' walk from Tainan train station.The unpretentious rooms offer flat-screen TVs, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Sophisticated suites feature separate living areas.
Fuqi Backpacker Hostel Star Rating 2        
2F., No.76, Zhongzheng Rd

This quirky hostel is an 8-minute walk from Taiwan Confucian Temple, 1 km from Tainan train station and 3 km from Tainan Flower Night Market.Featuring a mix of graffiti accents, antique-style furniture and industrial touches, the female-only and mixed dorms have bunk beds with privacy curtains, plus free Wi-Fi, lockers and en suite bathrooms. Private rooms have tatami mats and futons; bathrooms are shared.
Wow Tainan Hostel        
No.7, Ln. 90, Sec.1, Fuqian Rd.

This bright, warm hostel with wall murals is an 18-minute walk from Fort Provintia, 4 km from Tainan Flower Night Market and 7 km from Chimei Museum.Sleek mixed and female-only dorms sleeping up to 8 people feature bunk beds and shared bathrooms. Private rooms, some with en suite bathrooms, are also offered.
Cambridge Hotel Star Rating 3        
No. 269 Section 2 Minzu Road

Set on a bustling downtown street, this contemporary hotel is a 2-minute walk from the nearest bust top, a 3-minute walk from Fort Provintia and a 9 km from the National Museum of Taiwan History.The refined rooms with English-style decor also feature Wi-Fi (fees may apply), flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as tea and coffeemakers. Suites add separate lounge areas.
Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan Star Rating 5        
89 Section West, University Road

Set in a sleek, cylindrical tower, this polished hotel is a minutes' walk from Tainan railway station and 2 km from Fort Provintia, a 1653 Dutch outpost. It's also 3 km from the Tainan Flower Night Market.Featuring picture windows with city views, the airy, contemporary rooms include minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screens.
Hotel Rich Tainan City Star Rating 3        
No.114 Chenggong Road,

Set in a polished building on a bustling street, this modern hotel is an 8-minute walk from the Fort Provintia Dutch outpost and a 12-minute walk from Tainan train station.Straightforward, windowless rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, minifridges and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add windows and sitting areas.
Tainan First Hotel Star Rating 3        
No.148, Kangle St.

Set in a commercial district, this straightforward hotel in the city center is a 2-minute walk from the nearest bus station, 1 km from the 17th-century Fort Provintia and 3 km from Tainan Flower Night Market.The bright, airy rooms offer flat-screens and free Wi-Fi, plus minifridges and tea and coffeemakers.Complimentary perks include a breakfast buffet, parking and loaner bikes.
Taipung Suites Star Rating 4        
No.199, Yonghua 2nd St.

Opposite the Civic Center bus stop, this modest business hotel with a part-glass facade lies 3 km from both the 16th-century pagoda-style Fort Provintia and the Eternal Golden Castle.The straightforward rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add city-view balconies.
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Tainan, a city on Taiwan's southwest coast, was the island's capital from 1683-1887 under the Qing dynasty. Today it's known for its centuries-old fortresses and temples. One of its most famous sites is Chihkan Tower, an 18th-century Chinese complex with gardens, intricately carved towers and a temple erected on the foundations of Fort Provintia, a Dutch outpost dating to the mid-1600s.