Grand Hilai

The Grand Hi-Lai Hotel was completed in 1995. This top class facility is managed in accordance with the highest international standards. The neoclassical structure immediately established it as one of Southern Taiwan landmarks.

The quality is impeccable, whether it is internal furnishings, international cuisine, or the attentive service of the staff. We are proud of the services we offer, and sincerely welcome you to come and explore the Hi-Lai experience.

Grand Hi-Lai Hotel is situated in the metropolitan area of Kaohsiung city. At 186 meters, it towers over Kaohsiung International Harbor and offers a breathtaking view to its tenants from day till night. We hope that it will be a long-lasting picture that our customers take with them after their stay.

Other main points of Grand Hi-Lai include its extensive art collection, 436 luxurious rooms, 13 Eastern and Western restaurants, the exclusive Executive Club, large department store, spacious International Banquet Rooms, fully functional Meeting Rooms and 1000 parking spaces. Grand Hi-Lai definitely offers the foremost whether your trip be for business or pleasure.

 

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Grand Hi-Lai is located at the intersection of Chengkung 1 Rd. and Hsintien Road. We have the convenience of being situated in central downtown, without the usual noise and commotion. The Kaohsiung International Airport is a 20 minute drive from the hotel, 10 minutes to the train station, and about 30 to 60 minutes to all the major scenic spots. Grand Hi-Lai--Your best choice for business or pleasure.

Situated at the Chengkung 1 Rd. and Hsintien Road intersection, the city's center.
 A few minutes walk to the business and commerce district.
 10 minutes drive to Kaohsiung Railway Station.
10 minutes walk from MRT-R9 or take the Hanshin Department Shuttle Bus at MRT-R9 (Exit 1) and get off at the Hanshin Department Stop.
 ※Hanshin Department Shuttle Bus Time:
 Weekdays: runs every 15 minutes from 11:00 until 22:00
 Holidays: runs every 10 minutes from 10:30 until 22:30
 10 minutes walk to "Urban Spotlight".
 30 minutes walk to Kaohsiung Harbor.
 10 minutes walk to the Love River.
 20 minutes drive to the Kaohsiung International Airport.
 30 to 60 minutes drive to all the major scenic spots.
 90 minutes drive to Kenting National Park.

 

Seaport Landscape

Indulge yourself with a refreshing trip to the Harbor City! The high fashion zone begins with Hi-Lai New World Center, the largest of its kind in south Taiwan. Then stroll down to the romantic Love River for a cup at the riverside café, watch street performers at Urban Spotlight, or go enjoy the open air of the beautiful Kaohsiung Harbor. Other points of interest include Lotus Pond, the Old City of Tsoying, Confucius Temple, the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts. This transfusion of the new and old promises visitors many an exciting adventure in the cultural palette that is Kaohsiung.

Kaohsiung ranks along with Singapore, Busan Korea, and Shanghai as one of the world’s foremost container harbors. The areas is divided into 11 districts, with Ling Ya, Hsin Shing and Chian Jin as the centers of commerce. Here you will find a selection of department stores and shopping centers including the Santo Roundabout, Tuntex Sky Tower, Shin Kong Mistsukoshi, Sogo, President Department Store, New Chueh Chiang Market, Shinjuku Plaza, Tali Isetan Department Store, Urban Spotlight Café, Wedding Street and the Liu Ho Night Market. Chian Jin and Shiao Kang District are industrial zones. The international Airport is located in the latter.

YenCheng and Gushan District are historic regions. Gushan was orginally named Ha Ma Shing, and it was from here that the city of Kaohsiung began its development since Japanese occupation. In 1908 this tidal flat was created from the soil of dredge channels. A railway station was constructed and the area gradually evolved into the core of sea and land transportation and consequently, the center of Kaohsiung’s political, economic, and cultural growth. Today this district provides recreational sites such as Hsitzuwan and Shoushan.

Fisheries and boat manufacturers are centralized in the Chi-Chin District—this is the best place to go for seafood. San Ming is the largest administrative district, Nan Tzu District and export process zone, while Tsoying District specializes in agriculture. It is also a marine military zone.

For more information on the sights and background of Kaohsiung, visit the following websites:

Scenic Area Administration of Kaohsiung City
Kaohsiung Travel Information Site
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts