Narita International Airport (NRT) is a major gateway into Japan. If you are considering staying in that area before or after a flight, there are two main areas.
The first is the area around Narita Airport. Access is of course excellent and the view of the airport adds to the pleasure of your trip. There are many hotels where the air crews of each airline stay, and another feature of the area is the large facilities with luxurious dining and swimming pools.
The other is the area around the JR Narita Station and Keisei Narita.
Nearby, too, is Naritasan Shinshoji Temple that has a very old history, and is a good spot for sightseeing during your stay. There are many types of shops lining the approach to the temple selling souvenirs, food, liquor, and gourmet eel dishes. There is a rich selection of various types of hotels making it easy to look for one their attractive rates.
In this article we will introduce four hotels with excellent access to Narita Airport via Narita Station and Keisei Narita Station and 12 other lodging accommodations in the area!
Hotels Close to Narita Station
1. Meet Inn Narita: Hotel with a new sensation located above Niku Yokocho
Meet Inn Narita is conveniently located only a 1-minute walk from Keisei Narita Station. This is a new hotel that opened in April 2019.
The guest rooms are decorated in soft colors inspired by the four seasons of Naritasan Temple, creating a relaxed atmosphere.
This is a new era hotel where much thought has been given to making the facilities user-friendly, from the guest rooms that can be accessed via smartphones to making them barrier free so as to be easily accessible by wheelchairs as well.
Each guest room is equipped with a “handy” smartphone which overseas visitors will find useful. These enable free use of the internet, can be used for domestic and international (11 countries) telephone calls, and can be used outside of the guest rooms. They enable users to immediately connect with the hotel even when they are out.
Perhaps the most unique feature of Meet Inn Narita is the Narita Niku Yokocho located on the first floor of the hotel.
There are places to eat and drink lined up along the corridor that convey the experience of Yokocho Culture.
Yokocho are narrow streets in parts of towns lined with places to eat and drink. At “Niku [meat] Yokocho” you can taste exquisite meat dishes such as grilled meat, yakitori and pork skewers to your heart's content.
After enjoying a meat dish at Yokocho, you can take the elevator directly back to your guest room which is very convenient. This is a great value hotel where you can enjoy the latest facilities and a unique sense of fun!
Meet Inn Naritaミートイン成田
- Address 904 Hanazaki-cho, Narita City, Chiba Prefecture 286-0033
Access: 1-minute walk from Keisei Narita Station; 6-minute walk from JR Narita Station
When coming by car it is 10 minutes from the Narita IC on the Higashi-Kantō Expressway; Affiliated free parking available
- Phone Number 0476-23-1113
2. Hotel Welco Narita: Japanese-style rooms are recommended for groups!
Hotel Welco Narita is also very conveniently located only a 1-minute walk from the Keisei Narita Station and a 2-minute walk from JR Narita Station. You can enter the train platform going in the direction of the airport on the Keisei Line directly after leaving the hotel.
It has an attractive bright and elegant interior that symbolizes the brand concept of “Welcome, Warm, Wellness”.
The elegant Ladies Room, with its special amenities, and the Japanese-style room, perfect for staying with friends and family, are also attractive options.
The Japanese-style room is recommended for foreign visitors wishing to experience the pleasures of sleeping in a futon on tatami in a room with sliding paper doors and a small rock garden.
The facilities include a fitness club that can be used for 1,000 yen at a time during your stay, and an all-day dining room where a buffet is served each morning, lunch, and dinner.
HOTEL WELCO NARITAホテルウェルコ成田
- Address 818-1 Hanazaki-cho, Narita City, Chiba Prefecture 286-0033, Japan
Access: 1-minute walk from Keisei Narita Station; 3-minute walk from JR Narita Station
- Phone Number 0476-23-7000
Hotels close to Narita Airport
3. Narita View Hotel: Enjoy their natural hot springs - located near Narita Airport
You don’t have to just spend the night in a hotel near the airport; you can actually enjoy the stay as though you were at a resort.
The Narita View Hotel is a large hotel overlooking the airport and in addition to a French restaurant and bar lounge, also includes restaurants serving natural dishes, Japanese and Chinese cuisine as well as an authentic bar.
Another special feature about this hotel is its Narita Onsen Biyu. This is a sodium-chloride strong salt hot spring facility, the source of which is 1,000 meters underground, that offers various types of baths such as an open-air bath, a sauna, and a herb bath (for women only).
(* There are accommodation plans that include bathing fees and accommodation plans that do not.)
The guest rooms have chic, subdued interiors which are quite impressive. Guest rooms with unique features are also available, such as garden view rooms in Japanese-style designs and family rooms with 4 beds.
The hotel also has a free shuttle bus that goes to and from the airport every 30 minutes. We recommend this hotel for those wishing to leisurely stay and enjoy a luxurious dinner while enjoying the night view of the airport.
Narita View Hotel成田ビューホテル
- Address 千葉県成田市小菅700
Access: Free hotel shuttle bus running between Narita Airport, JR Narita Station, and the hotel
When coming by car it is 3 minutes from the Narita IC on the Higashi-Kantō Expressway
- Phone Number 0476-32-1111
4. Nine Hours Narita: Convenient facility directly connected to the airport
1 hour (shower) + 7 hours (sleep) + 1 hour (dressing). The facility takes its name from the time it takes to perform those three simple actions - Nine Hours. This is a simple yet stylish brand that primarily operates facilities in Tokyo, Osaka, and other major urban areas.
One of these, Nine Hours Narita, is connected to Terminal No. 2 at Narita Airport. This is especially good for those who want to freshen up and rest after a long flight, get over jet lag, or spend the night before catching an early morning flight.
It is very easy to use: when you check in you are given a locker that contains a bath towel, face towel, garment to wear in the facility, toothbrush and other amenities; you can also keep your luggage here.
You can shower and sleep in stylish capsule units that look very futuristic.
They also have an attractive “Nap Plan” offered between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 1,500 yen is charged for the first hour and then 500 yen for every hour after that and it is possible to use both a bed and shower. Being able to use it only for a limited time is also an attractive feature.
If you only want to use the showers, they are available 24 hours a day. For less than one hour the charge is 1,000 yen which is ideal for freshening up after a flight or after jogging.
Nine Hours Narita is clean, modern and well-equipped with everything you need. It is recommended for travelers and business people who want to save time. As an aside, if you want to sleep on a long flight, take a shower before boarding and change into comfortable clothes to make it easier to fall asleep once you are on the plane!
nine hours Narita Airportナインアワーズ成田
- Address B1F of the No. 2 Bldg. multi-storey car park adjoining the No. 2 Passenger Terminal of Narita Airport, 1-1 Furugome, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture
Access: Directly connected to Narita Airport Second Building; 1-minute walk from Narita Airport Second Building Station
- Phone Number 0476-33-5109
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Written by: Hiroko Kuboki
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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