Looking for a place to stay in Yuchi? Then look no further than Einhan Resort, a resort that brings the best of Yuchi to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Einhan Resort offers guests free wifi.
Plus, Einhan Resort offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Wen Wu Temple (1.5 mi) and Rihyue Fountain (1.7 mi), guests of Einhan Resort can easily experience some of Yuchi's most well known attractions.
While in Yuchi be sure to experience nearby diners such as Oriental Cuisine.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Xuanzhuang Temple (0.2 mi), Yidashao Pier (0.1 mi), and Xuan Guang Si (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the resort.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Einhan Resort as you experience everything Yuchi has to offer.
Nicely located in the middle of the village, at a minute walking from any shop, restaurant or attraction. It’s clean and with a helpful and friendly staff. Maybe not the cheapest, but surely an ok stay. It does just have one elevator, so it might take a while if there are some group while you’re there. Spectacular view from the top floor (restaurant)
Nice looking and spacious room and bathroom but it was very smelly! Not sure if it’s mold from the shower which was leaking or polish on the wood but the entire room had a bad smell. I definitely wouldn’t stay here again.
Staff are very helpful and friendly. They go the extra mile. The roof top has perfect view of Sun Moon Lake. We would certainly go back. Car park is few steps away. No worries about that. The restaurant on 9the floor has also great views
We had 3 nights at this hotel right in the centre of the township overlooking Sun Moon Lake. It was right in the centre of town for the night markets every night which was just great. The night market finishes early so no issue with noise. Breakfast was on the top floor of the hotel with the most amazing view of Sun Moon Lake. Western options for breakfast were a little limited but enough for what we wanted. You just walked 3 minutes down the street to get to the jetty to go for a lake cruise or visit other areas on the lake. There was a lakeside path that took you to the ropeway just 10 minutes away and was a lovely walk along the lake shore. Our room had modern décor and was of adequate size which had everything you needed. Bathroom was really quite big with a great shower and mirror area…
A huge room with king size beds. That's what we like and Einhan Resort in the Sun Moon Lake area has just that. Unfortunately it's one of those catch-the-bus-hotels where hordes of mainland brothers and sisters stay just one night, finish all the breakfast buffet and make a lot of noise. Staff is willing and very helpful, but can't fight this attitude. Location's fine, nice restaurants around the corner.
We opted for a double room so it was quite large by Taiwanese standards; the twin rooms might be slightly smaller. The room also has a small tatami area where you can sit and relax. The street outside the hotel also has several stall selling street food. We tried a stall selling millet mochi, and it was delicious! The location of the hotel is also convenient, being within a 5 minutes walking distance to the Yidashao Wharf, where you can take a yacht out to see the Sun Moon Lake. There is also an observatory at the roof of the hotel building, but the views are somewhat obscured by other buildings in front of it, so I would recommend taking the 5 minute walk down to the wharf instead.
One would have imagined, given that the Sun Moon Lake (日月潭) is such a well known tourist spot in Taiwan, that the resorts around would at least be acceptable. Well, daily surprises await the careless traveller. The property is old and is in bad need of refurbishment. Mattress was lumpy and the pillows need changing. Many other reviewers have complained about the noise from the night market. However when I was there the night market closed at 830 pm so there was no such problem with me when I went to bed past 11 pm. However there certainly was noise from the other groups staying at the hotel when they decided to raise their collective voices along the corridors. That’s nothing the hotel can help I guess. Breakfast was a nightmare. Everything was bland. Given the state of the property that seemed to fit the general scheme in alignment with expectations. But finding wire mesh in the salad and egg shells in the sunny side ups was quite another matter altogether. NEVER eat there. The only saving grace for the place would be the kindly and chatty staff at reception. The concierge consisted of 2 young lads who didn’t seem to know or care that tourists with heavy luggage may need some assistance. Not impressed. …
Try not to expect much from this hotel as it is rather basic. Other than a rooftop observatory, and a restaurant, there is nothing much here. Hotel lobby is rather small, rooms are clean and cozy with bathtub, but noisy and not entirely soundproof. The hotel is located beside the night market 夜市 which is good to explore, but the sounds from the night market can be heard through the room. The restaurant for breakfast is small with limited good seats and can be really crowded. Choices are also limited but there are few western food selections as well.
Stayed here overnight and wished I stayed more. Arriving at the hotel at night, the exterior of the hotel was beautifully lit with lights. Room wasn't too bad, though I would have liked a chair and more pillows in the room, it was pretty cozy. I had a good view overlooking sun moon lake. Buffet was nice and yummy with a variety of selections during complementary breakfast. There is a karaoke room in the basement of hotel if that is your thing.
The good: In the heart of the village, less than a minute walk from the restaurants, shops and main attractions, two minutes walk from the lake, hotel decorated in modern-local style (think of Bali) The bad: it’s noisy, many guests leave their room door open and party till deep in the night. Most rooms face a wall (no view)