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All reviewssuitengumae stationoffer free breakfastrooms are smallstayed here for nightsper nightbreakfast is servedjapanese channelsair conditioningchoose this hotelconvenience storefew minutes walksmoking roomairport limousine busbusiness tripbusiness hoteldefinitely stay here againeasy access
We were a total of 7 people, 2 families staying in this hotel in November 2017. Overall a great hotel in the limited budget. The rooms are small, but all possible amenities are there. I would definitely recommend everybody to stay there.
The staffs are...More
I choose this hotel because it is near the subway and airport limousine bus terminal (Tokyo City Air Terminal), making it easier for me to explore the city or traveling to/from the airport. The hotel also near to the convenience store, staff is friendly and...More
We had a great business trip between china and japan. We have spent three nights at villa Fontaine hotel and all was good. They have to improve and to be more variegated for breakfast. Clean, quiet and kind people.
I am regular traveler to Tokyo and stayed at this hotel many times. The hotel is near to Tokyo city air terminal and Metro Station. It is near the city center. 7-11 shop is almost next door to hotel. Though the rooms are small but...More
When travelling in Japan the most important is location and this hotel doesn't disappoint. Located 1 min away from suitengumae station exit no.2 it makes it extremely easy to find. It's accessible to lots of tourist spots with easy connection. Close by area has 4...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Fairly certain the annex rooms are in a building behind the main building. I assume the windows don't look out into the foyer purely because Japan is a country that respects privacy. I hope you enjoy your trip.