Hotel Villa Fontaine Tamachi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Fontaine Tamachi Minato
Basic necessities. Staff speaks decent english and is very honest. Left my wallet on the front desk. They called me up and brought it to me in my room.
Room is big enough for 2 people, 3 would be too crowded. Bathroom is very clean.
For a very reasonable price, we got a nice room to stay during my 4 days leisure travel in Tokyo. This place was very accessible to all the major places we wanted to go to.
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