Villa Fontaine was ranked in the Michelin guidebook as a quality business hotel. Although we feel this rating is fairly generous, it is in a great location in the city. Artwork is found throughout the hotel, adding a nice touch. The hotel does have basic rooms typical of a business hotel, but they are nice and comfortable. Many Tokyo attractions, including the famous Tsukiji Fish Market and the Hamarikyu Gardens are conveniently close by. There is also a small ‘street’ of restaurants located just outside the hotel up the escalators on the second floor if you're looking for a place to dine.
The Villa Fontaine provides guests with all basic amenities and Wi-Fi. Rooms are sleek and comfortable, providing a relaxing atmosphere in contrast with the busy city of Tokyo. The range of rooms is limited starting with twin rooms up to superior double.
Villa Fontaine Shiodome has a great location in futuristic Shiodome, close to Ginza, Marunouchi and Tokyo stations. The hotel is also ideally placed for Hamarikyu Gardens and Tsukiji Fish Market, both of which are within walking distance.
Food and Drink
There are no dining facilities but a Japanese/Western style buffet breakfast is served in the hotel lobby in the mornings.
The hotel is clean and neat and has a prime location, which makes it a winner in our books.
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