Ndidi joined Leicester City in the January transfer window in a £15m deal from Belgian side, Genk.
Since joining Leicester City, the 20-year-old has been impressive for the reigning Premier League champion.
The midfielder was however unsettled in the first one month at the club as he was staying at the Marriot Hotel in Enderby.
Staying at the Marriott hotel for four weeks cost the midfielder N1.6m (£2940) before he moved to his three-bedroom apartment.
He stayed at a two-bedroom executive suite which cost N56700 (£105) per night which is the rate for member offers (Leicester City have a member package with the hotel).
The Nigeria international has however revealed that he has moved out of the hotel to a three-bedroom home new Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.
“It’s not easy living out of a bag because that was what I was doing in the hotel,” the midfielder told Complete Sports in an interview.
“You always feel your privacy is being intruded on and I must confess I wasn’t properly settled until I moved out of the hotel to my own place.”
Describing his house, Ndidi said his new pad which is just 10 minutes away from the King Power Stadium is perfect for his needs a young man staying alone.
“It is not too large to make me lonely and not too small to cramp me in. Just perfect,” he said.
Despite Leicester City troubles on the pitch, Ndidi has managed to impress the pitch.
“I’m happy I came to England because I can learn a lot here. I’m not unduly worried about the pace of the game because Belgian football is also pacy and the intensity is also high but I know I can learn from all of the players I play with or against,” he added.
“The Premier League is full of top quality players and I can only get better playing with them.”