Hotel Sky Court Narita2.5 out of 5.0
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I had no idea - when the Airport bus picked me up, and there we were out in the countryside, the hotel totally isolated. Is there a restaurant? Breakfast only. Nearby? No 20 minutes back to the airport? Shops - 15 minutes walk to the gas station, and that's all there is. Non-smoking rooms - what are they? It took me a week to get the stench of cigarettes out of my system. Three nights I stayed there, waiting for my daughter to arrive so I could stay with her in Tokyo. The hotel bus service leaves about once an hour, so you take that to the airport (20 minutes), then a 90 minute slow train journey to Tokyo, or maybe a shorter trip to Narita township. Give this a miss unless you are just overnighting, and are a smoking fiend.
Booked this hotel as its near to airport to catch my flight early in the morning. Room is small, but no complains as almost hotels in Japan is kinda small, really. Free airport shuttle to this hotel is provided. Same bus stop no 16 and Terminal 1 Narita Airport, runs on a timely schedule. However as I have to got to the airport at 5am, an arranged shuttle is chargeable at 500¥ per pax and will only stop at Terminal 2. From there I gotta find the shuttle to another terminal which is convenient as well. So guys if you really need to stay for just a night/transit, this hotel is good as its really near the airport.
I stayed here due to a cancled flight. Room was clean but hotel was far from anything. The restaurant wasn't opened and they have vending machines to buy food and drink from. A courtesy bus takes you to and from the airport.
Its far from NRT.u can go by pick up bus service.maybe 10min from airport.around hotel is farm.u can eat by hotel.but, if u need something, u should buy before.price is valuable.room is normal.good hotel, but, around nothing. 成田空港から送迎バスあります。10分くらいです。駐車場は、基本無料です。ただ、ホテル周辺は田んぼなので、事前に必要なものは購入をオススメします。料金は良心的で部屋は普通のビジネスホテルです。回りは何もないので、海外旅行の前泊、後泊に便利ですよー！
I stayed for the long-term parking, but didn't realize how far the hotel was from anything. In fact, I might never have found the place in darkness. Glad I went out in the afternoon. Tiny, even by Japanese standards, rooms that will be unbelievably cramped to anyone but a Japanese university student. A rather dirty and unpleasant room all around. Couldn't leave fast enough the next morning. I used the room on my return to Japan from abroad. The other people on the shuttle from the airport were also about to stay their first night there. We arrived shortly after the restaurant closed, and this family (mother and 2 children) were at a loss, not having eaten in many hours. I offered them a ride to a convenience store a couple kilometers away (since I had my car parked there). Otherwise, they would have gone hungry. Pay a bit extra, if you can, and stay at other reasonably-priced and better-located hotels much nearer the airport (with more frequent shuttle service back and forth).
The airport hotel has the advantage of a free mini bus – but be careful as the online published timetable is not the same as the actual timetable when you get to the correct stance at the airport. The driver didn't speak much English, but was friendly enough and helped with bags. The hotel is 10 mins ride away and is fairly standard for Japan. It is a bit dated and not as techological as you might expect when you first arrive in Tokyo. Equipment looks like it came straight out of the 1960's by Western Standards. only stay if you're going to narita as it is nowhere near tokyo or an actual town! it did, however, suit our one night stay and was cheap for Japan! There's also free wifi to let everyone know you've arrived! Reception staff are friendly enough but speak very little English. There is a pot noodle machine on the downstairs floor and a microwave too. There are also machines of various types (for snacks and drinks) on each floor. There is even a list telling you what machine is on what floor. Breakfast is a Japanese buffet and again, breakfast staff don't speak much English but are very friendly and glad to help if you are not sure how something works. Would I stay here again? Yes if it was on special offer and I needed to spend a night near to Narita airport if I was transferring flights etc here.
We headed here after our last day in Tokyo to catch our flight the next day. I'm glad we arrived late in the evening because there's not a lot to do around here. The hotel is virtually in the middle of nowhere with nothing closeby. That being said, there's a few things you should be prepared for if you'll be staying here. First of all, don't be hungry if you arrive, especially late in the evening. I don't know if there's a restaurant in the hotel other than for breakfast but if there is, it wasn't open and the nearest convenience store is, well, not very near. On some floors, there's "light meals" in a vending machine so we ended up eating one of those. What a weird experience that was! What you get is a box of curryrice that heats up by itself through a chemical reaction when you pull a string. Didn't taste like much but it was pretty cool. We also didn't get a very good sleep because the doors to the hallway are poor and don't really isolate any sound. The rooms are very dated but OK for the price. Bathroom wasn't very pleasant. We opted to have breakfast and it was standard deal, nothing fancy but keeps the hunger away for awhile. Selection included warm food like tofu sauce and noodles. A plus is free shuttle bus to the airport and back. We just missed the bus when we arrived but got a free ride to the airport in the morning which was really nice. Didn't have to stress about anything. There was LAN cable in the room but wifi also worked. Good connection. I wouldn't stay here again unless I had to. The price is low but the quality of the stay isn't much either. If I at least got a good night's sleep out of it I would be fine. Don't be tempted to arrive here early to see Narita city if you're leaving Japan, this place is really far away from everything. Stay here if you don't really care where you're sleeping as long as it's cheap and don't mind eating weird Emergency Foods Lab curryrice (yes, that's a thing).
Well, bottom line, I won't stay here again. Yes, it's cheap. But I stayed at another hotel near the airport for about the same price during another trip and it was great. No real pros about this hotel to speak of other than price. Look elsewhere.
Stayed for a Night as need to catch plane early morning and did not want to run early morning from Tokyo. Good points: Stay was cheap Free shuttle from Narita Bad point Rooms are too small Super Small bed in double room Located in jungle and no convient store near by Restaurant was closed at night Breakfast was available but cramped restaurant and not well managed We reached late evening with 5 year old daughter and pregnant wife and found restaurant was not open. Since its far from airport and nothing near by except dark streets. No food option was available so walked around a kilometer in dark at 10:00 PM to small mini stop. Bought some cup noodles and fried chicken. Double bed was so small that could not even turn on other shoulder. Got up at 3 o clock and sat on chair rest of the night. I will-pay more for hilton or other hotel.
I chose this hotel because they provide free shuttle bus srevice from Narita Airport probably with the cheapest price. I cannot say the hotel is good because the room is old and dark, but it is ok for staying one night. The service is just according to the price. I may stay there again if I need.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Free airport shuttle
- Laundry facilities
Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Athletic Forest Nature Park Narita Airport Course, Hotel Sky Court Narita places you within a few miles (5 km) of Daijion Temple. This hotel has 100 rooms and welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a free airport shuttle. Sakura-no-Yama Hill is also nearby.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at SKYROAD, the hotel's onsite restaurant. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.
All 100 rooms feature refrigerators, coffee makers, and ironing boards. TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also included.
Hotel Sky Court Narita features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and free newspapers. If you drive, self parking is JPY 500 per day, or you can take advantage of the free airport shuttle at scheduled times. Helpful staff can provide dry cleaning/laundry services and luggage storage. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
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39% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 171 reviews