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Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Nihombashi Hakozaki
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Reviewed July 14, 2012

Room: Very standard (read: very small) room for a discount / business hotel in Japan. Honestly, not much stands out about the room; if you have stayed in one of the smaller business hotel rooms in Japan, you are pretty familiar with them. If you have not, check out some pictures of this or similar hotel rooms.

Location: The hotel is fairly conveniently located near Suitengumae station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon line, making is fairly straightforward to get around the city. Also located near the hotel is the Tokyo City Air Terminal (T-CAT), where buses arrive from / depart to both Haneda and Narita Airport. Using the bus probably is not as convenient as taking the Skyliner or the Narita Express trains (and I think it is just as expensive), but this hotel is very near the T-CAT in case you do.

Service: Typically excellent Japanese hotel service. Got to the hotel way too early to check in (again!), but the hotel held my bags until I arrived. To my surprise, they actually had carried them up to my room by the time I arrived back at the hotel later that day to check in, which I liked. The hotel has a very modest breakfast, which I believe is included in all room rates. I never ate there though, as the small area was a bit crowded every morning and there did not seem to be too much appealing to me.

I mentioned the value in my title, which I should point out again. While the hotel was not terribly notable in and of itself, for the price I paid I was very pleased and would certainly stay there again at the same rate.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled solo
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2  Thank arkleseizure
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Reviewed July 13, 2012

The double room was small even by Tokyo standards, but we wanted a full size double bed (not a semi-double as is advertised everywhere in tokyo and is about the same size as a single). Because the bed was a bit bigger, the space in the room got even smaller.
The breakfasts were ok, we were there for 8 days and they slightly changed the menu on alternate days so it got a bit repetative for us.
On the plus side, it is a 2 min walk from TCAT which was very handy to get to and from the airport via bus without paying more for the Narita Express9and having to then get a subway to the hotel)
The suburb is very corporate, not much to do but there is a great little wine bar just up the road which was a great place for a drink and tapas style food.
Close to the river side (just adjacent to the IBM Building) and a good place to walk/ jog
Convenient, good value and did the job as a place to sleep, but more than a week it got a little too cramped.
Of course normal excellent guest services from the hotel staff (Japanese standard)

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank cbead
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Reviewed April 14, 2012

Firstly this hotel is less than 5 mins walk away from TCAT, which is a big plus for me. You can get to two different metros nearby, both about 5 mins to 10 mins walk away.
There isn't much around the vicinity as it is a business area with many offices.
The hotel is small as most Japan hotel rooms are, but it is cozy and comfy, equipped with all the necessities you need. The breakfast is simple and repeated, so nothing great on that part. 7-eleven is just nearby if you need anything.
The pillow was quite hard though.. with beans or something on one side.. but nothing to stop you from sleeping! Clean simple nice room. Thumbs up!

Room Tip: Rooms is annex building are a little bigger than those in the main building.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank jTwT
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Reviewed March 27, 2012

Here are some of the things that make this hotel good value and a very convenient option if visiting Tokyo - especially on business. The hotel is just a couple of minutes walk from the Suitengumae underground station which is also where the Tokyo City Air Terminal (T-CAT) is and so this is where the Narita Limousine bus arrives. It's very very easy to walk with your bags to the hotel so that saves a big hassle in arriving. The hotel is also across from 7-11 convenience store and very close to a coffee shop! The style of the interior of the rooms of Villa Fontaine hotels is very consistent and a very high standard given this is relatively a budget hotel. However the building itself at Villa Fontaine Hakozaki is not so modern and certainly not glamorous as the Villa Fontaine in Shiodome - but Hakozaki is a little cheaper and close to an office I was visiting so made sense this time.
The rooms are tiny, as they all are at Villa Fontaine hotels, but they have everything you need. The bed is a double size, big TV, free internet (with a cable, not wireless), good desk, nice amenities in the bathroom and they even give you a 'night shirt' for sleeping. There is also an air conditioner in the room. The room is fine for one person but it really is too small for 2 people in my opinion. The rate also includes a complimentary breakfast which is very Japanese but certainly adequate.

The only real downside is that there is no English channel on television - I do wish they had CNN. But I can't really find any other fault. This area of Hakozaki doesn't have too much around it, but it's only 2-3 train stops from Ginza, so if you don't want to pay more than around US90 a night (booked through Agoda.com), then this is ideal! I would return to this hotel!

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled on business
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3  Thank MishasVineyard
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Reviewed February 19, 2012

The hotel is conveniently located near the bus terminal that brings you directly to Narita airport in less than 60 minutes (Tokyo City Air Terminal). It is a mid-size hotel and it would be better to ask its location because not so trivial to find. The location is quiet considering that it is near the business area of Tokyo.

The room was small, but it is typical in Tokyo where the space is so limited. It was perfectly clean. The bathroom is like a module and on the small side, but again it is typical in Japan. The bathroom was a little bit less clean than the room.

Breakfast is served in the lobby. Food was okay. Considering that we are in Tokyo, the price is fair.

It is a good hotel if you have limited time to visit Tokyo and you don’t want to walk around with your suitcase. Its location is quite central and very easy to go to the international airport. The train station is close.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled solo
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1  Thank Kevin S
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