Narita’s small downtown can easily be explored on foot. A stay at Narita Sando Guesthouse, for instance, will place you about 5min walking distance from Narita's main street and shopping district, Naritasan Omotesando. Great for solo travellers or couples, the property is also near Narita Railway Station.
A visit to Narita is not complete without seeing the Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, which has over 1.000 years of history. Choose the Wakamatsu Honten, a 3-star property about a 5min walk from the temple and good for sightseeing. Featured amenities include a restaurant, free parking and laundry service.
Relax and rejuvenate your mind and body by looking for accommodation near Yamato no Yu, an onsen facility with eight large and small outdoor baths. With a stay at the Narita U-City Hotel, you can reach the onsen in about 15min by car or 30min by train. The 3-star hotel also features a restaurant, bar, free airport shuttle and on-site parking.
Travelling with kids? The International Garden Hotel in Narita is an excellent 3-star hotel which caters to families by providing larger family-size rooms. Located between the airport and centre of Narita, the hotel is well connected to shopping, dining and recreational areas. Amenities include a fitness centre, spa, restaurant, laundry service and conference room.
Reconnect with nature by taking a stroll through Naritasan Park, a peaceful space filled with cherry trees, statues and koi-filled ponds. Consider a stay at either the Wakamatsu Honten, which is about 5min walking distance, or the Hedistar Hotel, about 10min walking distance from the park. Both properties are rated 3-star and also offer a restaurant and free on-site parking.
Visitors wanting to stay near Narita International Airport (NRT) should look at Narita Airport Rest House, about 15min walking distance from the terminal buildings. The 3-star accommodation features complimentary parking and airport shuttle as well as an in-house restaurant and bar. Travel between the property and downtown Narita by using the local railway service.
What are some of the best luxury hotels in Narita?
Some of the best luxury hotels in Narita include the Ana Crowne Plaza, the Hilton, and the Radisson Hotel. All these properties are rated 4-star, have divine interiors and feature a pool, fitness centre, free parking and free airport shuttle. The Radisson is further from the city centre, while the Hilton and Ana Crowne Plaza are near Sakuranoyama Park. If you also want a spa service, choose the Ana Crowne Plaza.
Where is good to stay in Narita for budget travellers?
The best budget hotels in Narita are the U-City Hotel and Center Hotel Narita 1, with on-site restaurants, bars and free parking. These 2-star properties both offer excellent locations, within walking distance of Narita Railway Station as well as shopping and dining areas. If you prefer to be closer to the airport, the Narita View Hotel is another budget-friendly 3-star hotel featuring a spa, restaurant and free airport shuttle.
Where is best to stay in Narita for business travellers?
Business travellers visiting Narita should consider a stay at either the Narita Tobu Hotel or the Hedistar Hotel. The Narita Tobu Hotel is about a 15min walk from the international airport and features a business centre, fitness centre, pool, restaurant and free airport shuttle. The Hedistar Hotel is closer to the city centre, about 15min walk from the railway station, with an in-house restaurant, on-site parking, business centre, laundry service and complimentary airport shuttle.