Tokyo Disneyland Hotel

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Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
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Location Tokyo Disney Resort
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OpenedJuly 8, 2008;15 years ago (2008-07-08)
Theme Victorian
Operator The Oriental Land Company

The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is the third of the hotels at Tokyo Disney Resort, and the fourth Disneyland-related hotel. It is located directly in front of the Tokyo Disneyland park, with the Tokyo Disneyland station of the Disney Resort Line monorail system in between. Like Disneyland Paris Hotel, the hotel was designed to reflect early 20th century Victorian architectural style, and to blend with the World Bazaar area of Tokyo Disneyland, the monorail station and the main entrance area.



The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel offers a magical stay for visitors to the Tokyo Disney Resort. This Victorian-style hotel is filled with fantasy and is conveniently located just steps away from Tokyo Disneyland Park. With the Disney Resort Line Station Building situated between the hotel and the park, guests can easily access all the fun and excitement of Disney.

Guests at the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel can enjoy a variety of benefits, including early park entry, which allows them to experience the attractions before the general public. The hotel’s interior is adorned with Disney motifs, adding to the enchanting atmosphere that continues even after leaving the park.

The guest rooms at the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel are designed to immerse visitors in a world of Disney films, with each room brimming with fantasy elements. The hotel also offers a range of facilities and services, including dining options, banquet and party venues, and a gallery showcasing Disney art and memorabilia.

The hotel offers 701 guest rooms including themed character rooms, [1] along with dining and shopping facilities.


The following are restaurants located inside of the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel:

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  2. "Restaurants and Lounge". Disney. Retrieved 27 December 2012.

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See also

  1. Disneyland Paris Hotel, a similar hotel designed in the Victorian period.