Marroad International Hotel Narita Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarroad International Hotel Narita Airport
Short layover, but the rooms were comfortable and clean. The lobby was beautiful and the people were extremely friendly. I would recommend this hotel to anyone for either a short layover to catch some shut eye or for business travelers.
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