Welcome to Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita, your Chiyoda “home away from home.” Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Nippon Budokan (0.4 mi) and Kanda Shrine (0.8 mi) make Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita a great place to stay when visiting Chiyoda.
Rooms at Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita, parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Chiyoda crab restaurant such as Andy's Shin Hinomoto, which is a short distance from Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita.
Best of all, Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita makes it easy to experience many great Chiyoda attractions like Kusunoki Masashige Statue, Omura Masajiro Statute, and Memorial for Victims of Battle in Australia Area, which are some popular monuments and statues.
Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita puts the best of Chiyoda at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Stay at this hotel last year and now only get to update my review :) I love the location where the hotel is. If you like the a quiet and peaceful surrounding but yet accessible to main attraction, you probably like this location at Kudanshita, Its not really at center of Shinjuku but the nearest train station is at Jimbocho station and it will only take 5 mins walk. It will take you one or two stop to reach Shinjuku. there are few convenient store which is next to the hotel: 7 Eleven, Lawson, Family Mart. The room might be small especially if you have family with small kids. But overall is a good hotel
Stayed at this hotel during the Rugby World Cup. The hotel was ok. Rooms were small and a bit dated. It suited the purpose but the hotel was basic and had no extra frills. It is in a convenient location and not far from a subway station.
I spent 6 weeks in Japan in late 2019 while on business travel and Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita was my homebase in Tokyo over the weekends. Rooms are basic but clean; all toilets have bidets as well as bathtubs. Amenities aren't provided in rooms, but you can help yourself to them at the front desk. It's a fantastic eco initiative, especially for travellers who bring their own toiletries. The hotel has 2 sets of washers and dryers, which I made full use of. Weekends are time for laundry! Cannot say anything about the breakfast spread as the travel agent had not seen fit to provide breakfast with the room charge, but there are many little eateries in the area as well as convenience stores. The hotel is a short walk from 2 major subway stations (Jimbocho and Kudanshita) and Suidobashi JR station, 3 stops from Tokyo Station. It is also a short walk to the Chiyoda Palace, which is a 5km loop if you like a weekend run. Service staff pretty much always greets you with enthusiasm every time you walk in, which to be frank, after a long day at work, is very nice. My compliments to them. Ohtsukaresama.…
My new husband and I stayed here for a total of 5 nights during our honeymoon around Japan. We were welcomed by the warm, friendly faces of the reception staff. Our double room, which despite is small, but standard for a Japanese hotel, was very clean and couldn’t fault it. Breakfast was delicious (especially the scrambled eggs!) but do keep in mind it is a small area and can get busy, so going down first thing at 7am is best, otherwise be prepared to wait or there are take away trays for taking food up to your room. We had witnessed a rude American couple through a fit towards one of the poor reception staff over not getting a table and demanded the reception staff made a table for them out of the lounge chairs, the poor woman tried to explain she couldn’t and then got screamed at for a manager, so they got their way, and then proceeded to take pictures of the breakfast area, the reception, and their chairs. Do keep in mind if this is the type of person you are to complain over nothing, this is Japan where everyone is so polite and accommodating, you literally look more of an idiot than you do in your home country.…
The staff was courteous and helpful. Checking in and out was easy. There were a lot of restaurants within walking distance. The hotel was great but has small room and small elevators. There is an awesome massage chair for 100 yen in the lobby that is perfect after a long day of walking.
Typical business hotel, reasonable size rooms and easily accessible to trains, palace and eating areas. Breakfast available but did not use the service, went across the road to a great 7 Eleven for a fraction of the price. Again spotlessly clean and great staff. Stayed for 5 nights. Would recommend .
I stayed for two nights and appreciate the location, the hospitality and the quality. Staff are polite, friendly and efficient at check-in and at all times. The price is reasonable and the room is good and not too small. Doesn't feel confined. Good view from window. Air conditioning works well. Internet is free, fast and reliable. Bathroom is clean and spacious. The hotel provides free items for the bathroom but are in the lobby with a big sign encouraging guests to collect such items. The surrounding area is quite and safe. The hotel quickly accommodated my feather allergy and provided a detailed list of ingredients of all food items at breakfast. The hotel is not charming but rather is good at what it does: accommodate guests.
This hotel served as my home during my 4 night stay in Tokyo. We were a big group actually , and since they have no interconnecting rooms, they made sure all our rooms to be in the same floor literally beside each other. Location : several minutes walk to Tokyo Dome. 2 blocks from the Jimbocho subway station, looks near but actually far from the Akihabara electronics district. The good advantage , just a few minutes walk from from Lawson, 7-11 and Family Mart convenience stores. Many restaurants abound . going from either side , from cheap eats to high end stuff. The 7-11 store is just literally a minute walk from the hotel across the street. Room: typically the Japanese hotel average room size, which is 16 square meters. Quite hard opening your luggage, but just made small adjustments to say the least.They have air conditioning , which end up as a heater during our stay since it was winter time. Small TV but with no English channels ( even subtitles). Bathroom: it was also small in size, shower is in a bath tub , and toilet had a bidet format . By the way , tap water is drinkable in Japan, so it is quite easy getting hot and cold water , straight from the faucet. Breakfast : it was an option to have it, since of the influx of several restaurants and 24/7 stores in the hotel vicinity. But their buffet was somehow tasty , though limited in choices. Of course it is a 3 star hotel , so don't expect too much. I liked the fluffy scrambled eggs, the soft bacon , pastries, cabbage / lettuce and cereals. What I liked is that you have the option to have it in take away boxes and cups. Dining area was quite small so I think that is their initiative. And they change one basic menu item per day. Amenities: provision of choice movie items for purchase, water kettle , hair dryer, free sized pajamas , open mini fridge , air/fabric spray freshener , slippers and even delivery menu guide ( Domino's pizza ) Freebies: they have basic room items for pick up at your disposal at the lobby , these include dental kits, tea bags, bath fizz , comb among others Staff : only 2 type I encountered , the Front desk personnel giving sincere smile and greetings for everyone who come and go ,, and housekeeping who left new items by the door knob when you put in a " privacy please" sign. Reminder : there is a laundry room , ice dispenser and vending machine in the ground floor. To sum it up , for the price I paid , it was definitely worth the buck…
At the last minute we decided to try to find a hotel to stay at after a concert at the Tokyo Dome. The Hotel Villa Fontaine popped up and we couldn't have been more pleased. It was close to the train station, across the street from a 7/11, and closer to the Dome than expected. The room itself was small, but clean, and the beds were comfortable. Honestly, after 3 plus years in Japan, I was shocked by the combination of quality and price. I highly recommend the Villa Fontaine if you are looking for a place in this area.
We booked online few days before our arrival in Tokyo. We arrived to the hotel at 3:30 AM. our credit cards didn't work, so the nice lady at the front desk allowed us to pay for our first night only, and handle the rest later on our stay. We had a good night sleep in our nice clean room, with the comfortable bed. Like every other hotel we've seen in Japan, the room is relatively small, and the bathroom as well, but it was okay. They provide you with many amenities to take up to your room at the front desk (toothbrush, razor, comb, even bath fizz! and more) Our booking was without breakfast, but the hotel is in the middle of a busy area with a lot of shops, restaurants and cafes all around, and most importantly a bus stop and a train stop within a walking distance. Would definitely stay there again next time I'm in Tokyo.…