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Hotel Villa Fontaine Shinjuku Tokyo3 Stars
2-40-9 Kabuki-cho Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 160-0021
Set in Shinjuku district, Hotel Villa Fontaine Shinjuku is near many of the attractions top attractions like Hanazono Shrine and the skyscrapers Tokyo Opera City Tower and NTT DoCoMo Yoyogi Building, the world's tallest clock tower.
The 66 contemporary styled rooms are outfitted with Internet access, fridge, TV, individually controlled air conditioning and private bathroom.
A full restaurant is not available at Villa Fontaine Shinjuku but patrons can enjoy the provided breakfast in the comfort of their own room.
The Hotel services and facilities include reception, fax equipment, laundry services, disabled facilities and safe deposit box. Other area attractions are Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and Meiji Jingu Shrine. The Imperial Palace is likewise several kilometres away.
- Disabled Facilities
- Laundry Services
- Faxing Facilities
- Lift / Elevator
- Safe Deposit Box
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Air Conditioning
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Modem / Data Port Connection
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Colour TV
- Pay TV
- Shaver in Bathroom
- Disabled Facilities
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Pay-per-view Movies
Hotel Villa Fontaine Shinjuku Tokyo Guest Reviews (11)
I stayed here after the Keio Plaza and while i was not thrilled with the location the staff were excellent and went the extra mile to assist guests. The room was small, but comfortable, quiet, modern and comfortable. Ignore the possible fact that this was once a by the hour love hotel. It is a great price for Shinjuku. Again, no wifi, but they had a cable for Internet.
Anonymous wrote on April 11, 2012
This is a great hotel for friendliness and service. The room is a good size for tokyo and the room was clean. Location was ok although area a bit iffy. Facilities were ok although all TV is japanese only.No english films on cable either. The Hotel itself is stylish and the staff were excellent. My only BIG criticism is that the bed was horrible. Was very hard and i ended up with a back problem from it. there was no other option so i probaby would no go back for this reason alone. Otherwise everything else was excellent if the bed is not important to you.
richard bourbon wrote on October 22, 2010
I enjoyed my stay in this hotel. The staffs are very helpful, friendly and are of great assistance in giving advice on place to visit and eat. The location of this hotel is great, located at the night entertainment of Kabuchicho "Red Light District" but totally safe. Food around the are generally good. The hotel room is state of the art. A lot of hidden areas (i.e. for the fridge and kettle.). The bathroom is huge and the air conditioning is brilliant. Really enjoyed my stay at this hotel and would definitely recommend this hotel to all my friends if the plan to visit Tokyo.
Anonymous wrote on June 7, 2010
This is a good hotel and the staff were very helpful an friendly. The room was cozy and clean. I really enjoyed the free internet service. The breakfast was good and I would stay in this hotel again. I like to recommend this hotel to future travellers.
Anonymous wrote on May 2, 2010
Very adequate rooms. Size was as can be expected at this price range. Bathroom was relatively large with tub and Japanese shower area. The breakfast included of finger sandwiches and small portion of eggs and ham was a nice touch. Location was a little difficult to find but very convenient to Shinjuku Station. Service was friendly and efficient. Highly recommended.
Anonymous wrote on April 14, 2010
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