Hotel Nikko Narita

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

500 Tokko Narita-shi, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0106, Japan

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Hotel Nikko Narita
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 27% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples81
  • Solo80
  • Business75
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    Japan Airlines Proveded Accommodation


    Everything in this hotel is compact, including (especially) the bath. I had to stick my legs in the air to fit my head under the water! I think that is why people assume that the Japanese people are short - they're not particularly, it's just that they conserve space in other ways. For example, the sink only came midway up my thighs.

    It was quite comfortable in the room, the only bad thing is that it took me literally ten minutes to find the light switch for the main part of the room - it was located on the night stand on the bit with the radio and air conditioning.

    Buffet breakfast in the morning was excellent. It had a wide range of pretty much every Western food you could think of including hot chips along with cereal or bacon and eggs etc. as well as Eastern foods, most of which I was too chicken to try first thing in the morning.

    Directions: Er, I just got on the bus that it said on my ticket.

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    Airline hotel at Narita


    Both Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airlines have hotels adjacent to the airport. If your direct connecting flight does not leave until the following day, you receive free accommodation in the airline’s four-five star hotel.

    Unique Quality: The airline provides a shuttle bus service from the airport and (if you are only in transit) Japanese immigration gives you a ‘shore pass’ to leave the airport overnight. All very civilised.

    The attached photos were taken at the Nikko Narita (JAL) hotel, but the ANA (where I stayed on a prior trip) is very similar: both have similar facilities, shops etc. I rather feel the view from the room at night is better than during the day. The gardens (other photos) are also very attractive and the outdoor garden seemed to draw many visitors.

    Directions: If on an 'overnight shore pass' simply check the details for the airline's shuttle bus which leaves outside Terminal 1.

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Transiting through Narita

by balisunshine

When you start getting into
clocking endless hours of flying,
an airport can make a whole lot of difference
when choosing your stopovers
or just paying that $200 difference
to stop in an airport that is
more convenient and comfortable.

When flying from the East Coast, USA
to a connecting destination in Asia,
if Narita with Japan Airlines is a stopover choice,
then maybe Narita Airport may be the way to go.

If you plan to stay for the night,
or just get out into the city,
there are 3 things to consider
before you book.

1) Immigration Lines are usually long and slow.

2) Japan’s winters can be as cold as Europe.
So, if you are coming from some sunny destination,
such as Bali, then be prepared if you plan exit on transit.

3) It’s over an hour to get into the city.

But otherwise, transiting through Narita has its pluses.

1) For shorter layovers,
there is free internet in Terminal 1.

2) Day rooms and shower are available.
Yes, the rooms look more like cubicles,
but if you are really exhausted…
just turn off the lights
and get horizontal.
Also located in Terminal 1.

There’s not that much shopping to do
in the airport before exiting customs.

If your flight comes in too early
to catch your next flight that same day,
taking an over night or a day room
in the near by Hotel Nikko Narita
is an other suggestion that I can make.

Buses come pick up guests every 20 – 30 minutes.

There are several other hotels in the Narita Airport area.

You can seek more information
at the airports official web-site:

Narita Airport

There are official Day Bus Tours available,
if you want to get to check out the town
within a few hours.

Japan is more expensive than some other Asian cities,
such as Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, etc.

It usually takes about 14 hours from
the West Coast, USA to Narita
and vice-a-versa.

Narita Airport can be a good option for a lay over.

Great experience of taking a local tour in Narita

by kamikawalili

When I was wondering how to spend a few hours before taking the transit flight to Singapore from Narita, a bellman at Hotel Nikko Narita recommended me to take a three hour local tour by Narita Rainbow Tours. I said I didn't want to spend too much but the cost was something like 25 dollars per person, so instead of wondering around the hotel lobby, I took the tour.
It tunred out one of the most memorable tours I have ever taken; not so much for grand scale views and sceneries, but for profound understanding of the Japanese culture and history.

The highlight of the tour was the ritual at the temple, but preceding to that, we visited souvenir rows and old architectures around the temple ground. When you were explained stories behind, you naturally appreciate the value more, and the tour was a classic example of this case.

The ceremony is called "Goma", fire burning daily rite, held in front of Fudo-Myoo, also known as the Indignant Buddha. After coming out of the 15 minute service, I felt like having captured the essence of Japanese heart and mind deep rooted to her long history. The sensation was overwhelming and felt like I was spiritually reborn. By all means, I am not a religious person, but that doesn't mean anything once you enter the main hall of the temple and join the service.

Don't miss it when you happen to be in Narita for a few hours. Instead of spending leisure time just looking around the shopping center, it is worth while to feel the root of the Japanese culture, instead.

I don't know if the Rainbow Tours has a web site, but maybe you can google search with the key words like "Narita local tours", or "local tours in Narita". The guide was just superb in his expertise in the field. He could answer most of your questions in satisfactory (maybe more than that) way. He spoke almost near native English, lastly I wanted to add.

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Staying at the Nikko Narita Hotel

by tropicalbirdartist

I have a 24hr layover at the area that the Nikko Narita Hotel is at. Any suggestions of what do do for the evening. Any good bars, clubs etc. Thanks

Re: Staying at the Nikko Narita Hotel

by Robachu1

As far as I know, Narita is not a town known for its nightlife. Here is a site which caters to airline flight crews and gives a little information about Narita and some places to go.


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