Lady Gaga Gives The Regent Taipei's 8 Restaurants A Run For Their Money
Let them eat burgers
It must have been a difficult request for the hotel to accommodate. On Friday afternoon, hundreds of fans waited outside the Regent Taipei for the arrival of their queen, Lady Gaga. And though the Turquoise-Haired One managed to enter the hotel unseen, she made it clear that her commitment to her fans is as strong as ever.
Hours after she arrived, hotel staffers were instructed to deliver 100 burger-and-fries combos to the crowd waiting downstairs. Not every hotel is equipped with their own hidden hotel burger shop, so we're guessing some bellhops had to dash to a local fast food chain. But it sure beat Lady Gaga having to maneuver around the hotel in those mile-high platforms!
Meanwhile, the pop diva was probably snug inside her marble-floored, mountain-facing corner Suite King ($800 per night), which is the most expensive suite available at the 358-room property. Other amenities at the Regent Taipei include eight restaurants, a spa and rooftop pool. For those of the Gaga caliber who can afford such luxurious digs, the Suite deal offers daily fresh fruit, newspapers and buffet breakfast.
Though, if her diet at all resembles that of her fans, she probably ordered out.