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Marroad International Hotel Narita

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Great staff and clean room. Excellent shuttle bus service.

Inexpensive airport hotel good for one night stay. Good for one night. Would not stay too long.

Great free airport, city and train station shuttle service. I had stayed at this hotel twice in last 11 months. It took less than 15 minutes shuttle, you arrived at terminal 2.

The hotel was good for an overnight layover. The bed was overall comfortable. The view was also nice.

The hotel was good. The staff friendly. However I asked for a late checkout and they wanted to charge me $75 for it. So i turned it down. The sink had flowing issues. Other than that the hotel was clean and comfortable. The food in the restaurants was good. The location is not that great, but I just needed an overnight stay, and it worked.

Enormously large but old airport hotel overrun with huge, noisy tour groups. The decor dates from the early 1930's and badly needs an upgrade. The hotel is right by Narita Airport, its main virtue, and runs frequent shuttle buses to the airport, railroad station, and nearest shopping mall. However, there's nowhere nearby to eat and the hotel restaurants are mediocre and expensive, canceling out the advantage of cheap room prices.

The Marroad International Hotel in Narita is in a good location and it provides good value. The room was clean and large enough. One big negative is the restaurant/cafeteria. It is very expensive and it provides food that you could get at a fast food place in Japan.

Very convenient to transport between the airport and the hotel. Free shuttles to Aeon mall and the airport are provided. The room is in fair conditions, comfy enough for two. Free WiFi is only at lobby. Staffs are very helpful.

The Marroad International Hotel is close to the airport and has a free shuttle to the adjacent town and mall. The hotel is clean, the staff friendly, and the kimonos laid out on the bed incredibly comfortable.

This was at the airport near the lovely village of Narita in Japan. Terrible visit; Hotel staff spoke no English and made attempt for find someone who did. I was put into a smokers room with awfull smell of cigarettes. I took over 1 hour with the hotel staff to get changed to a non smoking room. Very expensive glass of undrinkable wine in the bar on the roof (nice view of the runway) - 800 yen for a small glass of horrible vins de pays. I recommend any travellers to stay in a small hotel in the nearby town of Narita where there are lots of restaurants and bars with great food and cheap prices.

The hotel reminded me of a las vegas hotel in a lot of ways but on a much smaller scale. The entry was bright, clean, lots of marble, and ambiance to make it feel big and luxurious. The difference was that it pretty much shut down after about 10pm. Even the AM/PM mini mart in the lobby closed early and didn't open until 7 am. The room was somewhat small but I didn't need a large room for just one person. It had a cool feature I have never seen before, the dual pane window not only had a curtain, but it also had something that looked like closet doors where you could seal out all the light. It was nice for someone like me who needs it dark to sleep. You can control all the lights and AC/heat for the room right from your night stand, so that was pretty cool too. I liked it and would stay there again. Its within walking distance from the exit gate of the Narita airport, so its perfect for long layovers. For those who have not been to Japan, the public restrooms are something interesting to see. There was one facility that I still haven't figured out exactly what it was for. Good luck and enjoy your travels!

763-1 Komaino Narita Chiba-ken

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Free airport shuttle
  • Indoor pool

Located within a mile (2 km) of Sakura-no-Yama Hill, Marroad International Hotel Narita is within 3 miles (5 km) of Taiheiyo Club Narita Course. This 3-star hotel has 801 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's near the airport and also close to Sanrizuka Goryo Ranch Memorial Hall and Naritasan Calligraphy Museum.


Dining

Enjoy dining at Marroad, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

The 801 rooms are air-conditioned and have refrigerators and desks. LCD TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with wired Internet and free WiFi. Free toiletries are also available.


Property features

At Marroad International Hotel Narita, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. If you drive, self parking is JPY 300 per day, or you can take advantage of the free airport shuttle at scheduled times. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and wedding services.

Guest reviews for Marroad International Hotel Narita

Everyone (4) Couples (2) Business (4) Other (1)
4

nice hotel close to narita airport

Everyone

Great staff and clean room. Excellent shuttle bus service.

By , from New York on Apr 12, 2018

3

inexpensive airport hotel good for one night stay

Everyone

Inexpensive airport hotel good for one night stay. Good for one night. Would not stay too long.

By on Feb 19, 2018

4

airport hotel with great offer

Everyone

Great free airport, city and train station shuttle service. I had stayed at this hotel twice in last 11 months. It took less than 15 minutes shuttle, you arrived at terminal 2.

By on Nov 27, 2016

4

marroad hotel

Everyone

The hotel was good for an overnight layover. The bed was overall comfortable. The view was also nice.

By on Aug 7, 2016

5

one night stay in nairobi - ok

Singles

The hotel was good. The staff friendly. However I asked for a late checkout and they wanted to charge me $75 for it. So i turned it down. The sink had flowing issues. Other than that the hotel was clean and comfortable. The food in the restaurants was good. The location is not that great, but I just needed an overnight stay, and it worked.

By on Mar 24, 2015

3

a huge hotel with 1930's decor

Couples

Enormously large but old airport hotel overrun with huge, noisy tour groups. The decor dates from the early 1930's and badly needs an upgrade. The hotel is right by Narita Airport, its main virtue, and runs frequent shuttle buses to the airport, railroad station, and nearest shopping mall. However, there's nowhere nearby to eat and the hotel restaurants are mediocre and expensive, canceling out the advantage of cheap room prices.

By on Nov 24, 2014

3

good value in good location

BusinessTravelers

The Marroad International Hotel in Narita is in a good location and it provides good value. The room was clean and large enough. One big negative is the restaurant/cafeteria. It is very expensive and it provides food that you could get at a fast food place in Japan.

By on Aug 4, 2014

3

good value airport hotel in narita area

Couples

Very convenient to transport between the airport and the hotel. Free shuttles to Aeon mall and the airport are provided. The room is in fair conditions, comfy enough for two. Free WiFi is only at lobby. Staffs are very helpful.

By on Oct 16, 2013

5

close to the airport

BusinessTravelers

The Marroad International Hotel is close to the airport and has a free shuttle to the adjacent town and mall. The hotel is clean, the staff friendly, and the kimonos laid out on the bed incredibly comfortable.

By on Oct 20, 2008

1

dreadfull hotel never stay there

BusinessTravelers

This was at the airport near the lovely village of Narita in Japan. Terrible visit; Hotel staff spoke no English and made attempt for find someone who did. I was put into a smokers room with awfull smell of cigarettes. I took over 1 hour with the hotel staff to get changed to a non smoking room. Very expensive glass of undrinkable wine in the bar on the roof (nice view of the runway) - 800 yen for a small glass of horrible vins de pays. I recommend any travellers to stay in a small hotel in the nearby town of Narita where there are lots of restaurants and bars with great food and cheap prices.

By on Aug 21, 2008