Apa Hotel Keisei Narita Ekimae
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApa Hotel Keisei Narita Ekimae
I stayed at this hotel because they had an airport shuttle but when I wanted to take the shuttle to the airport I found out it had stopped running for the day. It cost me over 3,200 yen ot get to the hotel. Then the next morning it wasn't running yet when I needed to go to the airport, costing me another 3,200 yen.
Also, the room is really tiny.
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