If you’re on a short Narita Layover you might want to stay at Narita Airport Hotels.

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It takes 1-2 hours to get to Tokyo from Narita Airport (depending on if you arrive during rush hour), so the hotels near Narita airport can be a good place to sleep between flights.

All hotels on this page include A Complimentary Shuttle Bus from Narita Airport.

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Ana Hotel Narita

Price: From $80

Ana Crown Plaza Narita

The free shuttle bus from Narita Airport to Ana Hotel Narita is easy to find and runs once every 30 min (once an hour outside peak times). The transfer takes about 20 min. The rooms in the Ana Hotel Narita Airport are well-equipped with good views over the airport (and thick curtains to block the noise).

The beds are comfortable and the Hotel provides a sleeping kit that includes tea and Herbal sprays to help you unwind. The TV selection is good with plenty of English-speaking TV channels.

There are several restaurants in the hotel that have a view over the airport. Alternatively, there is a small convenience store in the lobby. The Internet connection in the room is an extra charge.

There is also a great swimming pool which requires a separate entrance fee.

Rates and Reviews: Ana Hotel Narita Airport
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Hotel Nikko Narita

Price: From $90

nikko_narita_airport_hotel The rooms are quiet, Airport noise does not come through. There is Free and reliable Internet access in the room. The hotel also has a pleasant garden, good restaurants, and a 24-hour convenience store on the ground floor.

The hotel provides a free shuttle bus to/from the airport. Another great service is a free shuttle bus to Narita city Center, from where you can comfortably enjoy a 2-3 hour self-guided tour in the pleasant Narita city.

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Rates and Reviews: Hotel Nikko Narita

Richmond Hotel Narita

Price: From $80

narita-airport-hotels-richmond-hotel This hotel is awesome, built-in 2010, with spacious beds (for Japanese standards) and a modern interior. Free High-Speed Internet in the rooms. The hotel is located in Narita city itself (unlike other Narita Airport hotels on this page).

This is actually a big advantage because you can spend whatever free time you have exploring Narita city’s Buddhist Temple, park with ponds, and magnificent maple and cherry trees which are great during spring and Autumn. The small town of Narita has many restaurants, an up-scale shopping mall (Aeon Mall), and is moderately priced on all fronts.

Breakfast is 1,000 Yen extra and is really worth it, with a large selection of both Japanese and Western food.

The hotel provides a shuttle bus to/from the airport but this service ends at about 6 pm so you may have to take a cab or take the Keisei Train Line from the Airport.

Rates and Reviews: Richmond Hotel Narita
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Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu

Price: From $70

Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu is about 10 minutes from Narita Airport by the free shuttle van.

This Hotel has almost every amenity that you could think of – a beauty salon, spa, in-house shopping arcade, travel center, outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, and more. The rooms have free high-speed Internet access.

The bathroom is a good size, with toiletries and slippers, bathrobes, hairdryer provided. The beds are very comfortable and there are “black-out” drapes, which make the room pitch dark. The rooms in the south building are larger than the ones in the main building.

The service is typically Japanese – polite and flawless…

The hotel offers a shuttle bus to Narita city, which is a Great way to spend 2-3 hours.

Rates and Reviews: Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
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Narita View Hotel

Price: From $100

view Narita View Hotel is excellent value for money.The Hotel has 4 restaurants and an in-house convenience store.

The rooftop bar is a nice place to hang out and has some awesome views. The room is a decent size, with comfortable beds and CNN on the TV. Internet access is for an additional charge. Room amenities include yukata (Japanese bathrobes), slippers, toiletries, and tea/coffee making facilities.

Narita View Hotel offers a shuttle service both to the airport and to the town of Narita.

Rates and Reviews: Narita View Hotel


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