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Goals and Concepts
Our goal at Beitou Resort is to provide one of the best public venues for exercise, recreation, as well as business and organizational training activities, and give back to the community. We leverage our resources to establish an exceptional, diversified environment that integrates transportation, arts, culture, and recreation with the local community.
Our business philosophy is to “put customers and quality first” by fulfilling the following three goals: to maintain the quality of our facilities; deliver satisfactory customer service; and enhance the added value of our products. As such, we have continued to plan and build a variety of sporting and recreational facilities, purchase and upgrade teaching equipment in the classrooms, and carry out landscaping improvements. Enhancements to the facilities and equipment at the Resort are continually made with interactivity, comfort, and diversity in mind, under an overarching metro theme. Our aim is to provide citizens, corporations, and organizations with the best venue for education, training, exercise, leisure, and fitness, ultimately realizing our vision of "a world-class metro, a wonderful Taipei."
Beitou Resort provides the following services:
Education: Modern classrooms and lecture halls equipped with an extensive selection of advanced teaching equipment, ideal for corporate training events.
Entertainment: Abundant fitness and leisure activities, plus professional facilities and brightly-lit spaces, ensure optimal recreation for both body and mind.
Accommodations: An elegant, comfortable place to rest and relax, surrounded by the beauty of the Guandu Plain.
Food: From a classy banquet restaurant to convenience stores, visitors will always be able to find the ideal location to entertain guests, dine, or replenish energy after a workout.
Art: Enrich yourself through lectures held by experts in the fields of art and humanities.
Transportation: The Resort is accessible by the safe and comfortable Taipei Metro, or by car, boasting a spacious parking lot.



1997 July

During the construction of the Taipei Metro system, Taipei City’s Department of Rapid Transit Systems (DORTS) built a training & activity center within Beitou Depot to be used for the training of metro personnel. Upon the completion of the Tamsui Line in July 1997, the responsibility for the Beitou Deport and its maintenance and management were transferred to the Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC) so that it could be further utilized for employee education and training.

2002 July

In the interests of effective utilization, giving back to residents along the metro tracks, enhancing TRTC’s multi-service provider image, while also increasing revenue, the Beitou Depot training & activity center was made available for public use on July 14, 2002.

2004 January

The training classrooms and trainee dormitory were consolidated in January 2004, and the center began officially operating under the Beitou Resort name. Spaces and resources unused for internal training were made available to businesses, organizations, and groups to host training and development activities.

2008 June

The Evacuation Experience Center was established to fulfill TRTC’s social responsibility and promote understanding of emergency metro evacuation processes. The Center was opened to the public on June 3, 2008, providing the public, schools, and groups with knowledge on Taipei Metro disaster prevention and emergency evacuation using a learning-through-play format. It has now become a popular destination for school field trips and the public.

2022 August

Renamed the Metro Inn, the original trainee dormitory is issued an official hotel registration license by Taipei City’s Department of Information and Tourism. The facility is opened for operation on August 18, 2022, signaling its successful transition into a hotel.