Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Rarely do global cities offer such a diverse array of accommodation as that available in Tokyo. Lodging in this captivating Japanese city includes capsule hotels, high-rise lodging and traditional inns, known locally as 'ryokan' and 'minshuku'. Budget accommodation in Tokyo is a little more pricey than other parts of Japan, with an additional 'metropolitan area' tax automatically being included within the price.
Full of architectural delights and oriental sights, accommodation within Tokyo may be expensive, but some very reasonably priced business hotels can be found both in the city and close to Narita International Airport (NRT), in the Kosuge, Oyama and Tokko areas of Narita.
Tokyo: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Several noteworthy hotels lie within a 3-mile / 2-km radius of Narita Airport and offer a range of different amenities. Amongst the most popular, the Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport is located close to the famous Naritasan Shinshoji Temple and includes an indoor swimming pool, 19 function rooms, several restaurants and almost 550 guest rooms.
HOTELS CLOSE TO TOKYO NARITA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NRT)|
|| Km |
|Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport||456 Kosuge, Narita, 286-0127, Japan||2||3.2|
|Holiday Inn Tobu Narita||320-1 Tokk, Narita, 2860106, Japan||2.5||4|
|Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu||31, Ohyama, Narita City, 28601, Japan||2.5||4|
|ANA Hotel Narita||68 Horinouchi, Narita, 286-0107, Japan||4||6.4|
|Hotel Nikko Narita||500 Tokko, Narita, 286-01, Japan||4||6.4|
Tokyo: City Hotels and Accommodation
Those wishing to stay amongst the hustle and bustle of central Tokyo will find an almost bewildering selection of hotels, around 65 km / 40 miles west of Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT), connected by the Limousine Bus Service. Whilst accommodation in Tokyo is known for being on the pricey side, hotel rates are comparable with equivalent lodging in similar major cities around the world.
Most hotels in Tokyo boast an excellent standard of service, with good facilities and exceptionally clean rooms, almost making them good value for money. However, a number of cheap hotels are often easy to find and although the facilities and not so comprehensive, they are more than adequate for most visitors. A small selection of hostels are also worth considering.
Much of the accommodation in Tokyo is within easy walking distance of the city's main commercial areas and generally feature English-speaking staff. Popular alternatives to more mainstream hotels include traditional Japanese 'ryokan' inns, where mattresses are placed directly on the floor. Also worth experiencing, Tokyo's famous and extremely cheap 'capsule hotels' are simply a series of stacked boxed beds, for men only.