This hotel was first built as a crew hotel by Northwest Orient airlines to house crews on layover from the newly opened NRT airport in 1978. In the mid 90's day to day operations and marketing were handed over to the Radisson Hotel chain. I stayed here for 3 nights and would have stayed longer but could not get the additional nights due to a construction project on some midlevel floors. I liked it here and liked it even more after moving to the Holiday Inn Tobu which is 5 min from T1 at the airport. This hotel is far enough away so you don't get all the noise from the jets and car traffic. I would almost say it is a bit out in the sticks off the west side of the airport and a 15-20 min cab or bus ride. It offers a mixed American and Asian style which eggs cooked to order in the morning which was great compared to the scambled egg soup I had at the Holiday Inn. Staff or other airline crews get a 10% discount but the reg price and selection make it worth it.
Unique Quality: The beds did it here for me. Had a soft matress and comforter which made for a great nigts sleep after being in class all day and in town for a couple hours each night. The hotel offers free shuttle service to the airport and Narita City/Aeon Mall. For 1,420 yen (one way)you can catch an hourly bus to Tokyo station from 05:47 to 18:47 and the ride is 60-90 min depending on traffic. If you take the train back from Tokyo you can catch the last free bus from the airport which leaves T1 at 22:10. Hotel has a pool and other amenities to keep you busy along with a bar. While this is an airline crew hotel, the crews ride to the airport on dedicated buses so don't worry about being crowed out by them..the most you will see of them is in the lobby. If your Japanese is not that great and you are looking for some cheap eats..they are great folks to get local info as pilots in particular tend to be some of the most frugal (ie: cheap ***s) creatures on earth.
Directions: 15-20 min from NRT airport
I was accomodated here by the airline (NWA) duringmy 24 hourlayover in Narita.
The hotel is great, comfortable, but the bars etc are not cheap (except if you fluke happy hour in the Sports Bar)
There are bars etc just 5 mins walk that are cheaper.
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Address: 650-35 Nanae, Tomisato-Shi, Machi, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0221, Japan