Staying at International Garden Hotel Narita will make it easy for you to go around Japan. Narita is only one beautiful half of Tokyo, a city on the outskirts of the east side of Tokyo. The central part of Narita is an area in between Narita Station, Keisei Narita Station, and The Narita-san Temple. Rich with history, you can visit Naritasan Shinsoji temple from this hotel. Also a place for business meetings, the International Garden Hotel Narita offers premium accommodation.
International Garden Hotel Narita boasts the largest rooms in the city, offering 463 guest rooms with three room types: Superior Double, featuring a comfortable queen-sized bed with a scenic view of the city. Superior Twin offers a work desk and a coffee table by the window. Finally, the flagship suite of the International Garden Hotel Narita is the Deluxe Double on the 9th floor, with much more space and an even more panoramic view of the city.
All room amenities include shampoo, body soap, towels (for face and body), sponge, nightwear, slippers, toothbrush, hairbrush, cotton, and cotton brush. Other room facilities include TV, air-conditioners, desk, fridge, pot, iron and ironing board, and tea facilities.
The restaurant at International Garden Hotel Narita is called Restaurant AVANTI. Guests can have their breakfast here. The menus include Japanese and Western foods. The buffet also changes every month, with dishes of seasonal ingredients.
The facilities of this hotel offer the right holiday ambience. The lobby is an open and airy affair with sunlight streaming in with natural greenery surrounding the hotel's exterior, and you realise where the International Garden Hotel Narita got its name. International Garden Hotel Narita. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel grounds: from the guest rooms to meeting rooms, to the sports centre for guests and a fitness gym complete with a whirlpool for exercise or relaxation.
Just a short 5-minute drive away from the hotel, is the Higashi-Kawaguchi district. One of these destinations is the Naritasan Temple and Park; an ancient place of worship located in the heart of Narita and founded Kancho Daisojo in 940. The temple park possesses a unique mix of local traditional and European influences. Additionally, Omotesando boasts an impressive shopping district that sells anything from traditional crafts to souvenirs.
Another area worth visiting is Sawara Town within the historic canal district. The town's famous place of worship; Katori Shrine, is a popular nationwide destination for Shinto worshippers and curious tourists alike, with a line of shops and restaurants adorning the parking lot.
Utilise the hotel's shuttle service to get from the airport to International Garden Hotel Narita or vice versa, or reach Downtown and nearby shopping districts. However, if you are coming from Narita Airport, one can find the shuttle bus at Terminal 2, which will take a short 20-minute drive to the hotel itself.