Narita Airport Rest House

New Tokyo International Airport, Narita-shi, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0000, Japan
Narita Airport Rest House
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cheap accomodation in Narita?

by majide

hi i will be visiting japan briefly at the end of this year, after visiting a few other cities, i'm leaving from narita airport and was wondering if anyone knows any cheap accomodation near narita airport and/or close to a train station as i will be catching the shinkansen from kyoto to tokyo then straight to narita.

Re: cheap accomodation in Narita?

by A2002

I have stayed in a 3 or 4 star hotel near Narita. It is quite cheap from their website. I have forgotten the name, but I will try to find out for you...

Re: Re: cheap accomodation in Narita?

by A2002

OK, found it.

I stayed in Narita Airport Rest House.

It is very good compared to hotels in Europe and not very expensive for Japan standard. I think the cheapest is to book direct with the hotel and there will be bus service from the airport to the hotel.

Hope that helps.


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Address: New Tokyo International Airport, Narita-shi, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0000, Japan