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Guide to the Tokyo Disneyland Resort Hotels

Guide to the Tokyo Disneyland Resort Hotels

Tokyo Disneyland has several resort hotels for Guests to stay at to feel like they are inside the “Disney Bubble.” Read on to learn more about the hotels that are available to book near and around the Tokyo Disneyland Resort.

Tokyo Disneyland Official Hotels

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Ten hotels are located within the Tokyo Disney Resort. Five of them are Disney Hotels, and six are Official Hotels. Additionally, a few Partner Hotels are near the Disney theme parks. Each of them offers different amenities to guests.

The six Official Hotels include: Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel First Resort, Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel, Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama, Hilton Tokyo Bay, and Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay. Each hotel is near the monorail line’s Bayside Station, which leads into the Disneyland Resort.

Each hotel offers a complimentary shuttle bus service between their hotel and the Bayside Station. If a guest travels into the Disneyland Resort via the JR Maihama Station, all listed hotels offer complimentary baggage delivery to their hotel.

These hotel options are great for guests who want to stay on the Tokyo Disneyland Resort property without paying the Disney hotel prices. For example, Hilton Tokyo Bay begins at around $180 per night. Each of them include different amenities in the rooms.

Tokyo Disneyland Partner Hotels

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There are four Partner Hotels that are located close in proximity to the Tokyo Disneyland Resort. These include: Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay, Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay, Urayasu Brighton Tokyo Bay, Urayasu Brighton Hotel Tokyo Bay, and Mitsui Garden Hotel Prana Tokyo Bay.

Guests staying at these hotels offer complimentary shuttle bus service to and from the resort. Additionally, they can have their luggage delivered to the hotel from the JR Maihama Station for an additional fee.

Partner Hotels are great for guests on a budget, as rooms are often under $100 a night during different times of the year! Great pricing, even if it is a bit further away from the Tokyo Disneyland Resort! I (Marisol) wish we had these prices near Disney World and Disneyland!

Tokyo Disneyland Official Resorts

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For guests who want to fully immerse themselves in Disney’s magical world and décor, there are five different resorts to select from. These include: Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel, and The Toy Story Hotel.

There are three different types of hotel classes at the Tokyo Disneyland Resort. These include three Deluxe, which consists of the Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, the Disney Ambassador Hotel, the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, The Toy Story Hotel, which is a Moderate Hotel, and one Value Hotel, which is the Disney Celebration Hotel.

The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is located directly in front of Tokyo Disneyland Park. The convenience of guests staying at this hotel is that when they walk out of the lobby, they find themselves at the park gates! You can’t get any closer than that! Guest rooms are themed to Disney films such as Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella. Prices for this hotel start at $350 a night and vary during the year.

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The Disney Ambassador Hotel begins at about $270 a night and is located in Ikspiari, Tokyo’s version of Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs and Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort. Guest rooms feature Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, and Donald.

The hotel theme is a nod to the golden age of Hollywood in the 1930s. Art Deco designs adorn both the inside and outside of the hotel. Guests will need to take the free shuttle to both Disney parks.

The last Disney Deluxe Hotel is Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta. This gorgeous Italian-inspired hotel is located inside Tokyo DisneySea. Rooms start at $300 a night and skyrockets to $5000 a night! The convenience of this hotel is the proximity to walking directly into the park rather than taking transportation, except for Tokyo Disneyland.

There are two restaurants located inside the hotel that are not Disney-themed. When looking at prices at the Grand Floridian at WDW and the Grand Californian at Disneyland, staying at one of the most luxurious hotels at Tokyo Disneyland is a good price point!

Toy Story Hotel- Moderate

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The Toy Story Hotel is the newest of all the Tokyo Disneyland Resort Hotels. It opened on April 5, 2022. Themed to the Toy Story animated films, guests are fully immersed on the outside and interior of the hotel. They feel as if they have shrunk to the size of a toy as they walk by life-sized figures of Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, Slinky Dog, and many other characters!

The hotel is three minutes from the Bayside Monorail Station and less than two miles from Tokyo Disneyland. It offers 595 guest rooms. Standard rooms begin at $250 a night. As this hotel is still very new, bookings fill up rapidly. Therefore, when date openings are available, immediately log into the Tokyo Disneyland website to book!

One last thing to note is that only guests staying at the Toy Story Hotel can be on the property. No outside guests are allowed to even step inside the lobby! Talk about exclusivity!

Celebration Hotel- Value Resort

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Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel is a Value Disney hotel.  It consists of two different themed hotels: Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel: Wish which is themed on “Dream” and “Fantasy,” while Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel: Discover is themed on “Adventure” and “Discovery.”

The lobby and courtyard are both decorated with their theming and motifs. This particular hotel is the farthest from both Disney Parks. My (Marisol’s) family booked this hotel during our visit to Tokyo Disneyland.  At the time of booking, this was the only hotel available, which is not surprising as I only booked it three days before arrival.

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Long story short, we were booked at the Disney Official Hotel, Hilton Tokyo Bay. There was confusion with our travel agent, and luckily, I was able to secure a reservation at the Celebration Hotel. Our stay for three nights cost $453.00 in total! What a bargain compared to some of the Disney Resorts in the United States!

In a future article, I will focus more on the hotel itself and the different amenities included in our room during our stay at the Celebration Hotel.

I hope you have found this guide helpful when booking room accommodation while visiting the Tokyo Disneyland Resort. Please share with a friend who will soon be traveling to this magical resort.

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