Hotel Villa Fontaine Shiodome
AddressMinato-ku Higashi-shinbashi 1-9-2 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Cone-shaped lanterns light the high-ceilinged black marble lobby. Sculptural red blobs and flame-themed art on the walls lead to upmarket rooms with internet, TV and partial views of Hama Rikyū Onshi-teien. With breakfast thrown in, this is an excellent deal in one of Tokyo’s newest neighbourhoods.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Villa Fontaine Shiodome and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Ginza & Tsukiji.
Description provided by property
Offering direct access from Shiodome Subway Station and within a 5-minute walk from JR Shinbashi Train Station, Hotel Villa Fontaine Shiodome offers modern accommodations with a complimentary breakfast buffet. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property, and guestrooms also offer free wired internet. Tokyo Station is a 15-minute train ride away.
The air-conditioned rooms feature a fridge and a flat-screen TV with a video-on-demand system. Toothbrush sets and nightwear are provided for all guests. The en suite bathroom comes with a bathtub and a hairdryer.
Guests can use the free-use internet PCs and photocopying services at the business centre. Laptop rentals are available at the 24-hour front desk. A trouser press can be borrowed for in-room use and a coin-launderette is on site.
A Western-style breakfast buffet featuring warm bread and coffee is served at the lobby area.
Shiodome Villa Fontaine Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Hamarikyu Garden and a 10-minute drive from the Imperial Palace. JR Hamamatsucho Train Station is a 10-minute walk away and Haneda International Airport is a 25-minute monorail ride from the station.
To use the on-site parking, please make a reservation in advance. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
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