See why so many travellers make Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi their hotel of choice when visiting Chiyoda. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Kanda Jimbocho Bookstore Area (0.6 mi) and Tokyo Character Street (0.6 mi), guests of Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi can easily experience some of Chiyoda's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi features 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi, parking is available.
While in Chiyoda, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi, including Karashibimisoramen Kikanbo, Kanda (0.4 mi), Andy's Shin Hinomoto (1.2 mi), and Maidreamin Akihabara The Head Store (0.8 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular historic sites, such as Tokyo Central Railway Station, Yasukuni Shrine, and The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin).
At Hotel Villa Fontaine Otemachi, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Chiyoda.
The title says it all. While the rooms are small, so is the price/room for this part of Tokyo. The staff was SO helpful - recommending restaurants, calling taxi's, giving directions, etc. They really went out of their way. Breakfast is adequate - I had scrambled eggs, rice and yogurt (w/cereal) every morning, and LOTS of coffee. Its an easy walk to Kanda station or the big Tokyo Station.
- 10 mins walk from kanda station (JR lines) and otemachi station (subway lines). - room have compact size. - smell of cigarettes stick all over our room. - breakfast is below average. Downside : - bad smell at receptionist area due to breakfast area located next to it with no partition. - we were informed that the hotel have two types of twin room (small and big). I booked small twin room for two nights and they said that the small room was full on our first night and gave us the big room instead. However this became a problem for us, that we had to repack our lugage in the next morning for room change. - bidet have limited amount of warm water. Overall rating : 4/10
This hotel in located in a good location with few minutes to walk to West shopping and restaurant area. It takes about 10 minutes to walk to the metro station. The lobby was small but clean and neat. The breakfast was set up at the same level of lobby. All seating tables and chairs are small and narrow. Breakfast did not have many choices but was not bad. The room was small too. We were surprised that the clean was not good. Staff were friendly and helpful
We stayed only for the night at this hotel, which was a good thing. The room, while not a 'closet' like others we stayed at, was small. We blocked the door access just to open our suitcases. The private bathroom was adequate for getting ready. We left at the crack of dawn, so did not have time to try their free breakfast meal. Hotel is easily accessible with a 7-min walk to Kanda station. I would recommend this hotel if staying for the night, but not for a lengthy stay in Tokyo. Pay a little more, and try other hotels with larger rooms.
Hotel staff is very helping.. They provided me international power adapter. Hotel is very close to metro station and you will find many restaurant near by.. shopping area. Best thing is in super market is next door so you can do your basic shopping.
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights at $215.00 per night with no breakfast. One may consider this high priced. In all fairness to the hotel, it was clean with fluffy white and highly absorbent bath towels. Good location near to the subway. Professional but not friendly staff. I will not stay here again if I were to return to Tokyo. Not good value for your money and small rooms.
Room was extremely clean and quiet but as other reviewers have said it is the location that is brilliant. It is located in walking distance of the metro station, good eating and drinking places of Kanda. Reception staff were v helpful and I left my glasses at the desk and a member of staff ran for quite a distance to return them to me. The soup at breakfast was delicious. Valuables, you can hand into reception and they are put in to their safe.
We spent three nights here and were impressed by this minimalistic concept of a hotel: Incapable reception staff, self checking machines that do not work properly, absence of the otherwise so abundant Japanese hospitality, alibi breakfast buffet (toast, jam, salad, soup), and fluctuating levels of quality of the room cleaning. A real disappointment and so differ not from all the other friendly, welcoming, nice places we have been to ove the last weeks travelling the country.
This is a decent business hotel located in the business district. The location is good and it is located in the walking distance of the business and financial district of Otemachi. Good eating and drinking places of Kanda are also in the walking distance. The rooms are decent and hotel is clean.
This is really more of a business hotel for travellers not expecting tourist-friendly services. It's a little old but extremely clean. We had a room with two beds (mattresses a bit on the soft side but they were due for replacement when we arrived), a small, modular bathroom, and very fast wifi. The hotel is excellently located -- countless small restaurants, bars, convenience stores, metro station nearby including Tokyo Station. The staff is very friendly albeit with limited English. The room comes with breakfast -- the spread was better than the last business hotel we stayed in about 2 blocks away. All in all, a pleasant place for maybe a week of stay. Btw, the hotel offers cable TV but carries only Japanese programs.