I stayed here for three weeks with my two kids, aged 3.5 and 6.5. We had a great stay for various reasons.
First, the location cannot be beat. It's a 2-minute walk from the Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT stop, plus the two Sogos, and there's a Family Mart right downstairs, and two Wellcomes (supermarket) about 10 minutes away. So it's convenient for daily needs (restaurants, supermarket), for getting around (transit options), and for shopping and eating (the Fuxing Sogo has Santouka and Din Tai Fung in the basement). Despite the central location, the apartment is very quiet. It looks out into the back alley (windows face East) so no street traffic noise. Neighbors are very quiet.
Second, the apartment is well-equipped and comfortable. Full-size fridge which I learned is unusual for Taiwan apartments, washer, dryer (also unusual for Taiwan apartments), renovated/modern bathroom with detached shower head, TV in master bedroom and living room, good size closet/wardrobe in master bedroom (no closet in guest bedroom), hot water kettle, pots and pans, dishes, silverware, small dining table (only two chairs which was unfortunate since we had three people staying), and water pitcher. Towels and bed linens were provided and clean. The place is very clean and neat. No cockroaches or mosquitoes which I had heard are common. There is wi-fi, but you should note that the wi-fi is not strong enough to support VPN. I had a separate hotspot that I rented to use my work VPN. A/C in all three rooms worked great.
Third, Ann was a great host. The person she had as the property manager was super responsive and kind. She arranged for our airport transport, including carseats, and also checked in when my daughter was sick, offering to find a doctor. The only small complaint I have is that I asked for some lightbulbs to be replaced, but they were never replaced. It wasn't a big deal (only two of the six lightbulbs in the living room) and I didn't follow up since I was leaving soon. I am sure that if I had followed up, Ann would have had the lightbulbs changed.
Villa.Like downstairs has great massages. It is pricey by Taiwan standards but it's because it's definitely luxurious. You have a private room, a complimentary foot bath, and cookies and tea afterwards.
There appears to be an exercise studio on the 5th floor (maybe 6th?) that looked really fun. Sort of barre-type exercises.