Sky Court Narita

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

161 Shinden, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 287-0224, Japan
Hotel Sky Court Narita
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69%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
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Very Good
29%
5
Average
35%
6
Poor
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Terrible
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5

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Costs 54% less but rated 25% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples72
  • Solo47
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

hostel/hotel

by MERGY

Hey there,

i am planning to festive my B'Day in 2011 im Tokyo so i plan to stay a week 13-21 may.
coud please give a hint (ot 2) where to stay in tokyo ? Something around JR lines?
Some nice hostels or not too expensive hotel ? I wanna enjoy my stay...
Thank you
Mergy

Re: hostel/hotel

by Waoife

I'd recommend the Kinuya Hotel - it's right beside Ueno Station (direct train from Narita airport and instant access to the metro for getting around Tokyo). The prices are reasonable and you have Ueno Park right on your doorstep so, if you're lucky, there may still be some cherry blossoms in bloom :)

Re: hostel/hotel

by Waoife

Sorry meant to put it in my original posting - website is www.kinuyahotel.jp !!!

Re: hostel/hotel

by MERGY

Thank you so much!
BUT i am not able to book in advance. They have calendar until DEc 2010 ;-(
Anyway thank you looks good
M.

Re: hostel/hotel

by SfumatoPants

Please visit my homepage for information:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6834/

Re: hostel/hotel

by SandiM

I've stayed at the Touganeya Hotel. It's cheap, and near Ueno also. Here is their website and I think you can book into 2011.
www.tougane-h.com/e/index.html

Re: hostel/hotel

by marunouchi

I stayed at this hotel. http://www.tokyo-weekly-hotel.com/
It's between Asakusa and Ueno. Clean and not expensive, a small kitchen in the room, wi-fi internet.

Re: hostel/hotel

by MERGY

Thank you ! where I could find any pictures ?

Re: hostel/hotel

by SugarMan99

Recommend you avoid Roppongi, a lot of hustlers on the street harassing foreigners as they walk by trying to get them into strip clubs, sell them prostitutes and drugs. It got pretty annoying after the first day, I couldnt step onto the street without them swarming me, one even became a little hostile when I told him I'm not interested.

Surely there are better places in Tokyo to party and have fun, I went to all the bars in Roppongi, was not impressed by anything. And the street hustlers sealed the deal for me, I'll never go to Roppongi again.

If is your birthday, there are plenty of traditional, friendly respectful bars you can go to in other places of the city, I'm certain.

~J

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Takeshita Street

by saracen

I have been racking my brains, trying to work out how to include Takeshita Street into a tip - I could describe the bustling street of vendors, but all I can remember are the psychedelic clothes and tie-dye.

I could write about the sheer number of bodies moving around, but that could be anywhere in Tokyo.

In the end, I simply need to admit that the name appeals to my peurile, juvenile Scottish sense of humour.

Metropolis

by salisbury3933

If you're visiting Tokyo, Metropolis is a good magazine to pick up.

Although a lot of the content is aimed at Expats living in Japan, the event and restaurant listings are worth having a look at.

You can find them on the web at www.metropolis.co.jp

Ebisu Garden Place

by vigi

A gorgeous and luxury example of Tokyo urban redevelopment. This land was earlier used by a brewery named "Ebisu Beer". And here is where our VT crews met up for TOKYO BEER FESTIVAL 2003!

Yebisu Garden Place offers a variety of restaurants, from fast food to fine dinning, Department Store, boutiques and cinema.

Came out from JR Ebisu Station, went through the elevated moving "Yebisu Skywalk", the spacious square with glass arch covers really impress me!

Japan Phone Cards

by machomikemd

The International Roaming Rates of Mobile Phone Companies are sky high at $ 2.25 minute per call so your best bet while traveliing in japan is using a phone card like KDDI Super World Cards. These Phone Cards can be purchased in vending machines at Haneda Airport, Hiroshima Airport, Okayama Airport, Fukuoka Airport and New Chitose Airport, as well as at Narita International Airport, Kansai International Airport and Central Japan International Airport. Also available at all konbinis like lawsons, 7-11, family mart, am pm and at supermarkets. International direct dialing calls are charged in units of 6 seconds to calls placed with this card. To save more, you can take advantage of economical time period discounts. Cost advantage is about 11-22% in the case of calls placed during the Evening & Holiday Rate Period, and about 17-38% in the case of calls placed during the Late Night & Early Morning Rate Period in Japan local time (assuming the calls last 3 minutes).

A single rate of 2 yen for every 6 seconds applies to domestic long distance calls regardless of distance or time of the day.

International calls are charged in economical 6-second increments. Plus, the "Long Call Discount" is applied to calls that last more than three minutes. And there are special discounts for calls made during evening, holiday, and late night/early morning hours.

Some things NOT to do in Tokyo.

by Lupercal

It is considered very offensive to blow your nose in public. If you are heavily tattoed some hotels will not want you to use their pool. Don't play with your chopsticks, there is usually a little stone or ceramic rest to place them on. Try not to pour your own sake, it's good form to let the other person do it (and vice versa).

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