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Hotels in Sakura start at $76 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
For those modern wanderers that are looking to experience the hustle and bustle of Sakura, Travelocity lists a small number of places in which to stay. Within 6 miles (10 kilometers) of the Sakura CBD, travelers will find 3 modern long and short-stay accommodation options.
A handy option amongst only a small number of rooms that are close to the attractions of downtown Sakura, is the Omotenashi LAB.
11 miles (17 kilometers) outside of the middle of Sakura, you can find the Hotel New Otani Makuhari. Alternatively, the Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport is located about 10 miles (15 kilometers) away. Another possibility is to book the Crowne Plaza ANA Narita or the Narita Tobu Hotel Airport.
If you have the time, why not spread your wings and discover the myriad attractions around Kanto during your stay in this area? Kanto is known for beaches, coastal plains and forests. Frequented traveler sights include ruins, castles and historic palaces. Energetic travelers might also get into snowboarding in the region.
Narita is 11 miles (17 kilometers) to the northeast of Sakura and is home to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple and Naritasan Park. A few Travelocity-recommended Narita places to base yourself include the Hotel Nikko Narita and Richmond Hotel Narita. Or, you could consider staying in Urayasu, 18 miles (29 kilometers) west of Sakura, where you can choose from the Hotel Dream Gate Maihama and Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay. If you visit Urayasu, make sure you venture to the Disneyland® Tokyo and Tokyo DisneySea®.
If you are always thinking about sport and enjoy attending games you should really get to Tokyo Dome, found 25 miles (41 kilometers) to the west of Sakura. If you like the thought of finding a hotel in the area, book in the The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo or Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi.