I chose this hotel for a one night stay before a morning flight as it is part of a well-known chain and seemed particularly close to the train station, which I used both to get there and then to travel to the airport (10 mins). The hotel was indeed very easy to find and there were some options to have a meal next to the station (the hotel also had several options for food, which I didn't try). I chose the most basic single room option, which was incredibly good value for money. It was quite large by Japanese standards and had a wide bed that was almost a double. It was clean and felt very safe. Apart from that, the room was fairly basic and the cabin style bathroom was very small so it felt more like staying at an Ibis budget hotel than a Mercure one (but the price did reflect this). The only complaint I had was that the room was quite cold, which was a surprise after staying at several almost over-heated hotels in Japan. They did provide a spare blanket so it wasn't an issue when sleeping.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mercure Hotel Narita is located at Tokyos Narita Airport, a few minutes walk from Kesei rail station. The hotel features 248 rooms, a restaurant, bar, gymnasium, squash court and complimentary airport shuttle service. Narita San-Shinshoji Temple, one of the largest temples in Japan, is also nearby. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Accor Hotel Narita
- Mercure Narita