Narita Airport Hotel

Narita airport hotels host many international travelers, while the Haneda airport hotels are close to Tokyo's domestic airport. No matter where home is or which airport you're traveling through, it's nice to have a place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of travel. When you stay close to either of the airports, you can relieve a lot of pressure during your experience.

If you're just arriving into Tokyo, you can find a place to relax within in minutes of leaving in the airport. In the reverse situation, it can take a lot of pressure off to stay close to airport when you have an outbound flight. There's little worry about traffic, getting lost, or making a long drive early in the morning. Location is one of the great benefits of choosing Tokyo airport accommodation.

The former Tokyo International Airport is located in Narita, less than hour outside Tokyo and easily accessible by the subway and trains. The new name was adopted in 2004. Many lodging providers are located close to Japan's busiest airport, providing a place to stay for many travelers who are coming to Tokyo to the first time. At the Narita airport hotels, friendly staff members are usually conversant is English and other languages, knowledgeable and ready to answer the questions you may have. You'll find a mix of luxury hotels, budget choices, and everything in between with Tokyo airport accommodation.

A Western-style hotel tower, the Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport (pictured), offers spacious surroundings and a convenient location just ten minutes from the transportation hub and close to Tokyo Bay. Whether you're just staying for one night or planning to spend your whole vacation here, you'll find comfortable and elegant surroundings at this choice for Narita airport hotels.

The guestrooms at the Hilton range from singles to expansive suites, all decorated with cool colors and modern decor. You'll find LCD flat-screen TVs, slippers, and a cotton kimono in each room. Broadband access is available for a small charge to keep you connected. Guests also have access to the pool, fitness center, and several restaurants. Bicycles are available for rent, and a tennis court is open when the weather allows. Like many of the Narita hotels, the Hilton offers a complimentary airport shuttle.

Many choices for Tokyo airport accommodation are close by Tokyo's second airport. Haneda airport hotels also run the gamut from the cheap hotels to more luxurious properties. Location and warm hospitality are hallmarks of the Haneda Excel Hotel. It's right next to one of the terminals and close to all the action in the heart of Tokyo. Pulling back the curtains on the window in one of the 387 guestrooms will afford beautiful views of Mount Fuji, the airport, or the expansive Tokyo Bay. In the hotel lobby, many of the airlines have automated check-in kiosks, helping you avoid lines at the airport.

Another choice for Haneda airport hotels, the Dai Ichi Tokyo Seafort Hotel is connected to the terminals via a monorail. Guests also have access to sunset cruises of the Tokyo Harbor and excellent views of the Rainbow Bridge. The 123 Western-style guestrooms are decorated in warm colors, and come with mini-bars, refrigerators, and big windows for taking in the views. The fitness center, on the 24th to 26th floors, offers a swimming pool and exercise equipment. After you flight arrives, you'll have the chance to stop for a meal at Dai Ichi hotel. Choices include fresh seafood and a Japanese grill. The Nartia airport is about 75 minutes away by rail, and limousine service is available to either airport.

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