Click one button and the curtains open. The second, third, and fourth buttons control the various lights in the room, while another handles the TV. And you can click away from the comfort of your bed, giving what looks on first glance to be a rather standard, maybe even old-fashioned hotel (the color scheme in the rooms are a bit muddy, the furniture mass-produced) a high-tech edge. In its favor, too, are the beds, which are softer than the norm in Taipei, and the state-of-the-art bathrooms in the upgraded rooms, which include spa tubs and fancy showers (that transform into steam rooms, and have all sorts of jets). Tip: A highway faces one side of this hotel, so ask for rooms on the other side to avoid the noise.