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Comfort Hotel Narita
4.3/597 Reviews

Comfort Hotel Narita

Narita|0.09km from downtown

Latest booking 21 hrs ago

You don't need to take a bus to the hotel. You can take the Keisei Electric Railway from Narita Airport to Narita City. Two stops. It is very convenient for tourists like me who only stay for a day. The railway system is very convenient, but Narita Station does not seem to be designed for tourists. So if you have only one piece of luggage, you can barely cope at Narita Station. It is quite tiring to walk the ladders of the station with your luggage. Telling the exact location of the airport requires you to do your homework in advance and study the map. Walking to the pedestrian channel of the elevated railway can see the hotel. As for the hospitality, I would like to say that this is a Japanese-style hotel rather than a Western-style hotel. The check-in staff was very service-conscious and thoughtfully led me to the hotel on the third floor. The lobby did not belong to the hotel. As with all other government policies, passports or Japanese identity certificates are required at check-in. I found that their English skills are still no problem in communication, but don't expect all your questions to be answered. The hotel room is quiet, clean and comfortable. The size of the Japanese-style hotel room is dwarfed by the nature of the Western-style hotel. However, the basic needs of staying can still be met: tables, bathrooms, beds. The view of the room is very boring, facing the wall of another building. There was no smell in the room and it was super clean. Breakfast is served in the morning. The supply time is the same every day. This is the style of Japanese work. It is not possible to advance or push for a minute. The food is not Western, so there is no need to be hopeful. What impressed me most here was its cleanliness and service quality, although the name of the hotel looked a little cheaper than other hotels. Much more comfortable than the so-called comfortable hotels I have stayed in North America. Only stayed for one night and left early in the morning, so I didn't know the check-out time. After I checked in, I took the train to Akihabara and Tokyo. The hotel is located in Narita City. From the hotel, you can go to the other side of the city. You can find these attractions of the Buddha Temple in half an hour. Along the way you will find a true Japanese life, feeling different from the rhythms of life in western Tokyo.

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Wakamatsu Honten
4.4/515 Reviews

Wakamatsu Honten

Narita|0.87km from downtown
- Musty smelling toilet - Very old fittings and room doors that don't close fully - Friendly staff but poor English overall and unobservant - Old-fashioned owner with very poor customer skills, cannot problem-solve - Bath and water mixer very hard to use as they are very old fashioned - Fridge full of cold drinks, but with no space to put anything except tiny bottles and some small items I was very surprised and unhappy with what the ryokan owner told us today - the last night of our 10-night trip across the wider Tokyo region. Some context first: my flight departs at 6.20pm tomorrow and we have to check out of our room at 10am, as planned. What was unplanned, was that I was only told at 7pm today that they would have maintenance coming so there are 'no staff' and 'the whole ryokan will be closed', so my elderly parents (78YO and 70YO) and I would have to take our 3 large luggage bags with us by 2pm. They will not be able to hold our luggage for even 2 hours until 4pm, nor will they be able to call us a taxi; we will have to walk to the taxi stand ourselves. What is funny, is that as I was negotiating with the owner in the lobby, 4 new guests arrived to check-in. Now, there is a whole hotel with numerous rooms and new guests, but he cannot (will not) hold our luggage for 2 hours more? He proceeded to tell us they 'are not responsible to us for anything once we check out' and that 'there is nothing he can do' and when I said hotels in other countries hold the luggage for their guests after they check out for the same day until the flight time, he said 'this is Japan, not other countries'. Wow. I get it that he's used to running things his way, but this makes for a horrible customer experience. We had booked this ryokan over 6 weeks ago online, so there were many opportunities to tell us in advance of this scheduled maintenance. One great opportunity was yesterday at 5.30pm, when we checked in. Side points are: - Staff are not trained on the safety equipment in the rooms. I had taken the emergency torchlight off the charging mount and instead of the staff reinserting it, I had to figure out how and tell the staff (to his credit he really tried) - Housekeeping were unaware they took my mother's personal spoon by mistake and phew! the translation issues... we got it back though - Housekeeping replaced the tolietries we clearly had no need of, but not the items we used up! Basically they gave us 3 more toothbrushes in addition to the 3 unused, but did not top up the cotton pads. It was all very clearly placed in the bathroom for them to observe. - Creepy horror movie vibes

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Naritasan Omotesando

Wakamatsu Honten
4.4/515 Reviews

Wakamatsu Honten

Narita|0.02km from Naritasan Omotesando
- Musty smelling toilet - Very old fittings and room doors that don't close fully - Friendly staff but poor English overall and unobservant - Old-fashioned owner with very poor customer skills, cannot problem-solve - Bath and water mixer very hard to use as they are very old fashioned - Fridge full of cold drinks, but with no space to put anything except tiny bottles and some small items I was very surprised and unhappy with what the ryokan owner told us today - the last night of our 10-night trip across the wider Tokyo region. Some context first: my flight departs at 6.20pm tomorrow and we have to check out of our room at 10am, as planned. What was unplanned, was that I was only told at 7pm today that they would have maintenance coming so there are 'no staff' and 'the whole ryokan will be closed', so my elderly parents (78YO and 70YO) and I would have to take our 3 large luggage bags with us by 2pm. They will not be able to hold our luggage for even 2 hours until 4pm, nor will they be able to call us a taxi; we will have to walk to the taxi stand ourselves. What is funny, is that as I was negotiating with the owner in the lobby, 4 new guests arrived to check-in. Now, there is a whole hotel with numerous rooms and new guests, but he cannot (will not) hold our luggage for 2 hours more? He proceeded to tell us they 'are not responsible to us for anything once we check out' and that 'there is nothing he can do' and when I said hotels in other countries hold the luggage for their guests after they check out for the same day until the flight time, he said 'this is Japan, not other countries'. Wow. I get it that he's used to running things his way, but this makes for a horrible customer experience. We had booked this ryokan over 6 weeks ago online, so there were many opportunities to tell us in advance of this scheduled maintenance. One great opportunity was yesterday at 5.30pm, when we checked in. Side points are: - Staff are not trained on the safety equipment in the rooms. I had taken the emergency torchlight off the charging mount and instead of the staff reinserting it, I had to figure out how and tell the staff (to his credit he really tried) - Housekeeping were unaware they took my mother's personal spoon by mistake and phew! the translation issues... we got it back though - Housekeeping replaced the tolietries we clearly had no need of, but not the items we used up! Basically they gave us 3 more toothbrushes in addition to the 3 unused, but did not top up the cotton pads. It was all very clearly placed in the bathroom for them to observe. - Creepy horror movie vibes

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Naritasan Shinsho-ji

Wakamatsu Honten
4.4/515 Reviews

Wakamatsu Honten

Narita|0.19km from Naritasan Shinsho-ji
- Musty smelling toilet - Very old fittings and room doors that don't close fully - Friendly staff but poor English overall and unobservant - Old-fashioned owner with very poor customer skills, cannot problem-solve - Bath and water mixer very hard to use as they are very old fashioned - Fridge full of cold drinks, but with no space to put anything except tiny bottles and some small items I was very surprised and unhappy with what the ryokan owner told us today - the last night of our 10-night trip across the wider Tokyo region. Some context first: my flight departs at 6.20pm tomorrow and we have to check out of our room at 10am, as planned. What was unplanned, was that I was only told at 7pm today that they would have maintenance coming so there are 'no staff' and 'the whole ryokan will be closed', so my elderly parents (78YO and 70YO) and I would have to take our 3 large luggage bags with us by 2pm. They will not be able to hold our luggage for even 2 hours until 4pm, nor will they be able to call us a taxi; we will have to walk to the taxi stand ourselves. What is funny, is that as I was negotiating with the owner in the lobby, 4 new guests arrived to check-in. Now, there is a whole hotel with numerous rooms and new guests, but he cannot (will not) hold our luggage for 2 hours more? He proceeded to tell us they 'are not responsible to us for anything once we check out' and that 'there is nothing he can do' and when I said hotels in other countries hold the luggage for their guests after they check out for the same day until the flight time, he said 'this is Japan, not other countries'. Wow. I get it that he's used to running things his way, but this makes for a horrible customer experience. We had booked this ryokan over 6 weeks ago online, so there were many opportunities to tell us in advance of this scheduled maintenance. One great opportunity was yesterday at 5.30pm, when we checked in. Side points are: - Staff are not trained on the safety equipment in the rooms. I had taken the emergency torchlight off the charging mount and instead of the staff reinserting it, I had to figure out how and tell the staff (to his credit he really tried) - Housekeeping were unaware they took my mother's personal spoon by mistake and phew! the translation issues... we got it back though - Housekeeping replaced the tolietries we clearly had no need of, but not the items we used up! Basically they gave us 3 more toothbrushes in addition to the 3 unused, but did not top up the cotton pads. It was all very clearly placed in the bathroom for them to observe. - Creepy horror movie vibes

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Reviews for Narita Hotels

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Richmond Hotel Narita
4.5/5147 Reviews
There is some issues with bed. I felt itching whenever I lay down on bed . I guess not sure though can be due to very old mattress and not properly cleaned bed sheet . Hotel employee were nice . Narita San temple is waking distance about 15-20 minutes on foot from hotel .
ART HOTEL Narita
4.1/5933 Reviews
Good escape for you especially if you transit for long time or just lost your flight like me hahaha. They provide free shuttle bus to airport vice versa
International Garden Hotel Narita
4.4/5380 Reviews
It was a one night stay before my flight, as I suspect many are. The hotel is positioned for the airport, so it is not near anything interesting to do. The restaurant was nice but I only are breakfast there. Wide range of Japanese and Western foods to choose from. Adequate for a hotel that size. I very much appreciated the free shuttle to/from the airport. This hotel is not a destination, but it is serving a need for travellers wanting an inexpensive place to rest with convenient access to the airport before or after a flight. The lobby, hallways and room were spacious but definitely tired-looking and overall in need of refurbishment. Room was clean and bed was fine. I could not find a light switch to turn off my room lights, which was odd. Service was wonderful - courteous, helpful and friendly, as is typical of Japan.
Narita Sando Guesthouse
4.2/529 Reviews
You can walk from Narita Station. I felt as satisfied as I could expect from the guesthouse. Clean and clean and well organized! You should be careful of your email address because it is self check-in. The lounge-like space was toxic. Japanese style! Check-out time is a must, but I said I was a little late and was caring to finish the preparation. I think that I'm warming up at this moment. I will leave a review on purpose! The photo is a shopping street near the guesthouse. There was no photo of the hostel...
Marroad International Hotel Narita
4.2/563 Reviews
I went there in the summer, so I searched for an ice machine. The ice machine on the floor of the guided room is stopped. The ice machine on the upper and lower floors is also stopped. After all, I ended up going to the front desk. Meanwhile, someone entered the room and the cash was stolen. There is no surveillance camera. The record of entering the room is not left with a card key. I thought security for crime prevention was insufficient. There is no safe in the room. It is the room attendant who can enter the room. I ended up suspicious of the room attendant. Of course, the criminal knows that it is in an environment where lies are not left. An environment where no evidence is left. I think I'm doing as much as I want. We don't trust him at all. I'm sorry, but I'll never go again. Of course, if you guide me that the ice machine on each floor is stopped at check-in, I will not be able to see this, so I will ask the hotel for responsibility.
Narita Airport Rest House
4.3/5282 Reviews
Very near the airport even walkable if you want to. But there’s shuttle service as well. Room is very big for Japan standard but definitely on the older side

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