The gateway to Tokyo, Narita is the first step into the land where unique culture meets advanced technology, Japan. The home of Narita International Airport, Narita welcomes travellers from around the world to experience the charming city of Tokyo daily. Many people frequently use Narita as a passageway to Tokyo, but what most people don’t know is quite how amazing this city is. As the hub of domestic and international air service, Narita is a blend of traditional, cultural and local tourism. Start with a must-see visit to the famous Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, which will leave you spellbound by the tranquillity that seeps from every corner of this sacred place. Museum lovers will be captivated by the Museum of History, the national museum of Japanese history, Boso no Mura, the alfresco museum of Narita local history, and the Aeronautical Museum outside Narita International airport. Don’t forget to end your trip to Narita by visiting Sawara Town and sightseeing the preserved historical canal along this district. Accor Hotels welcome business and leisure travellers to explore the lovely city of Narita. Our hotel is easily accessible from Narita International Airport and just a few minutes’ walk from the train station, allowing guests to pamper themselves in 4-star accommodation with world-class service.

Our hotels in Narita

3-4 star hotels

0.36 k.m from the city centre

The Mercure Narita Airport is located at Tokyo's Narita Airport, a few minutes' walk from the train station on the Keisei line. The hotel features 248...

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