For your next batch of annual leave, holiday in style in one of our private villas in Narashino. All you need, friend, is a reason to go and Wotif to help you get there.
Narashino villa holidays are especially popular with families, large groups, couples…wait, that’s just about everyone. It’s easy to see why: Villas allow you plenty of space to spread out and do your thing, whether you’ve got ten people or two. Planning for a wedding, and need to make sure Grandma, Aunt Liz, and your second cousin aren’t all on top of each other? A villa has you covered. Going on a romantic couple’s getaway, and just want to feel like you have a whole, secluded paradise to yourselves? Narashino villas were basically made for that.
The phrase “luxury villa” may seem redundant, because pretty much all Narashino villas are luxurious. But when you add that extra word, a whole new world opens up to you. Incomparable service, extra amenities, and features like pools, steam rooms, gyms, and even in-room massage are all on the menu when you step up the star rating. But no matter your price range, you’ll find what you need right here on Wotif. We have to warn you, though, you may not want to browse while you’re at work. You’re liable to start daydreaming so hard, you’ll miss your next meeting.
Located in Tsudanuma, this hotel is Tokyo Bay and 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from LaLaport. Shinobazu Pond and Yatsuhigata Nature Observation Center are also within 2 miles (3 km). Narashino Keisei Tsudanuma Station is only a 2-minute walk and Narashino Tsudanuma Station is 15 minutes.
Located in Tsudanuma, this hotel is Tokyo Bay and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from LaLaport. Funabashi Racecourse and Funabashi Shrine are also within 2 miles (3 km). Narashino Tsudanuma Station is 7 minutes by foot and Narashino Shin-Tsudanuma Station is 7 minutes.
Situated in Narashino, this hotel is steps away from Chiba International Swimming Pool and Tokyo Bay. Makuhari Messe and LaLaport are also within 3 miles (5 km). Shin-Narashino Station is 7 minutes by foot.
It was a wonderfully reassuring port in the storm of Typhoon Hagibis. Staff were helpful under lots of pressure.