International Garden Hotel Narita

Address: 241-1 Yoshikura, Narita, Chiba, Kanto, 286-0133, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 241-1 Yoshikura, Narita.
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      Reviewed by chrisandjan

      Great hotel to stay at in Narita..

      Reviewed Aug 12, 2010
      by (4 reviews) Gold Coast , Australia Flag of Australia

      My wife and I stayed at this hotel in Narita and found the hotel easy to get to by the shuttle bus service from Narita airport, only about 20 minutes to hotel. The interior of the hotel is beautiful and has a lovely gift shop. The room was good, small LCD television, many toiletries complimentary, on the ninth floor with a great view of the temple in Narita. The shuttle service takes you to Aeon Shopping Mall and has return shuttle services to hotel. The hotel restaurant provides western and Japanese menu for evening dinner and a western style breakfast with fruit and selection of drinks. An Italian style lunch is served. No complaints. Out front of the hotel in a convenience store open 24 hours which is handy too. The staff are very friendly and do well with english and are very helpful. Looking forward to staying here again on our next trip.

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      Reviewed by andrewjerome

      Served its purpose

      Reviewed Jul 2, 2010
      by (17 reviews) Sydney, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      This is not the best hotel, but it is certainly fine for a stopover near Narita airport. The price is reasonable enough and is clean, but nothing exceptional. If you don't expect first class luxury, this hotel is fine.

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      Reviewed by rawrepoof

      One of the best

      Reviewed Apr 5, 2010
      by (2 reviews) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

      When we checked in, the first thing we saw was yukata laid nicely on each of our beds. For three people, the room was spacious and enough for us. As mentioned on their websites, they have shoji screen on their windows which gave a nostalgic feeling when comes morning.

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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Narita

      Fire Down Below

      A travel blog entry by gadelle on Aug 12, 2012

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      ... up above Tokyo at night is pretty amazing in and of itself. We were on level with Tokyo Sky Tree and pretty much above everything else. The only impediment to the view, in fact, was when the wind turned and started blowing the smoke from the southern launching point (there are two) toward us, obscuring those fireworks for a while.

      The Imperial Palace & Ginza

      A travel blog entry by discovereatplay on Jun 23, 2011

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      ... especially loved Gucci, with four floors of shopping and a cafe! We enjoyed a Gucci Italian hot chocolate and a lovely almond cake while we waited for sunset.

      Sadly the lights were not as my partner remembered them - we think they might have been saving power after the earthquake (the city is having major power supply problems). It was still good to see. The people watching was great and there was definitely a different feel from the other areas of Tokyo we'd ...

      Currency and Kites

      A travel blog entry by eundel on Jun 10, 2011

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      ... and merchant groups issued their own paper money.

      I thought it was interesting that the Asian currency just had writing, whereas the ancient European coins I've seen always bore the portrait of some ruler. Also, the Japanese used rectangular and oval-shaped plates of silver and gold in addition to rounded coins. One of the very old Chinese "coins" on display was in the shape of a tiny sword.

      Historical Japanese mints seemed to operate basically the same as ...

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