Narita Airport Rest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Free parking
Photos of Narita Airport Rest House
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsNarita Airport Rest House
Nothing fancy, but convenient to the airport, just minutes away by free hotel shuttle. Perfect for those with an early flight out of Narita.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Narita Airport Rest House
Travel Blogs from Narita
As awesome as Tokyo has been, this pulsating metropolis can wear you out after awhile, with all its sights and sounds inevitably overwhelming your senses. Luckily for us, there are also a number of quieter, more traditional neighbourhoods to visit, including Ueno, Asakusa, and Yanaka. Parts of these neighbourhoods would be completely out of place …
... everywhere. I had a little flutter and ended up winning $80, which is a lot better than I went in the big casinos. Flew to LA then to Narita, Japan. We had seats right at the front so we could stand up and had heaps of leg room. Too bad it was with American Airlines. They have the worst service and the crappiest entertainment screens. D'Lene and Fletchers screens were stuffed so we had to keep swapping seats. Got to ...
... The drive was pretty smooth. I just read the book Paper Towns and floated in and out of the conversation. After the 2 hour ride throughout the countryside, we enjoyed the ride and ate our food.
Once we arrived at the train station in Niigata, we bought more rice balls. Lianie and I went to the bathroom with Paloma and Carlene and were forced to use toilets in the ground. The sinks had run out of soap so a lady gave a soap square to ...
... experiences complete with blood orange sorbet and almond custard.
Imagine having Yoshinoya beef bowl at 35000 feet.
Maybe it's because we haven't flown long distances on a foreign airline since our trip to Australia but we appreciated the gracious attention of all the flight attendants. And here's one for you frequent fliers. We did not hear anything from the flight deck until ...
... falling of your body and breath. Shichi being a smoker of many many years seemed to enjoy this sort of exercise immensely. I can't even say how long we were there, rising and falling in tandem with the passing of the Edogawa's waves. I wish you all could experience that moment. I wish I could share it with everyone. It's like standing on the pulse of the entire world for a brief moment! The back-and-forth motion of the waves, the trains, the birds, the ...