9 Hotels Near Tokyo Disneyland for Every Travel Style
Tokyo Disney Resort, which comprises Tokyo Disney Land and Tokyo DisneySea, does live up to its tagline of being the "Happiest Place on Earth". Given the sheer size of the facilities and the seemingly endless attractions, most die-hard Disney fans put aside a few days to explore each resort in detail, which is worth the time.
With so much to see and do, you'll not want to leave, but luckily there is a cluster of hotels located right by and around the resort. From official Tokyo Disney Resort Hotel partners to individual establishments, there's a hotel for all traveling groups, tastes, and budgets, from luxury to family-friendly to the more pared-back. To help you find the right hotel, we've compiled a list of some of the best.
1. Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel First Resort
The Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel First Resort is an easy choice for those who want comfort, service, and style. The hotel offers a variety of rooms, with something for all types. On the west side of the hotel are rooms with city views, while the south side boasts Disney Resort views. But it's the Annex that's the most exciting.
The Annex's guest rooms, designed to look like a large cruise ship, are stylish cabin-style spaces for something a little different. Being an official Disney hotel partner, Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel First Resort also offers Disney Resort guest perks like park tickets available to purchase at the hotel, admission guarantees, shuttle buses to and from the resort, and on-site Disney-branded shopping.
2. Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama
Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama is a wonderland of architectural exploration and adventure. The Disney-inspired destination is home to an impressive atrium interior, which features Le Jardin, a 400+ capacity restaurant designed to look and feel like you're sitting in a pretty south European-style townscape.
The hotel's spacious guest rooms are playfully designed with different themed floors, like the Rainbow Floor, and the Garden Floor, with layouts to suit all traveling groups. Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama also offers special guest benefits for those visiting Tokyo Disney Resort, including guaranteed park admission, complimentary shuttle buses to the Disney Resort Line, ticket purchasing in the hotel, and Disney-branded stores on-site.
3. Hilton Tokyo Bay
Hilton Tokyo Bay features spacious guest rooms that can fit up to six guests, easy access to Tokyo Disney Resort and central Tokyo, and the comfort and brand familiarity of a Hilton Hotel stay. The facility boasts a 24-hour shop for snacks and refreshments, indoor and outdoor pools, a spa, and fitness center, and a Disney Store. It's also an official Tokyo Disney Resort hotel and features fairytale suite rooms with ocean and city views. The hotel is located on the Disney Resort Line, making it super easy to access both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.
4. Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel
Measuring 50,000 square meters, Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel is one of the most impressive resorts in Tokyo. The fact that it's also an official Tokyo Disney Resort is an added bonus. Combining urban living with resort charm and style, the hotel features sports and recreation facilities, spacious gardens, and rooms to suit all traveling types, including dog lovers, couples, and families.
One of the hotel's more unique features is its "Side by Side Family Program", which offers a range of activities for guests to enjoy with their families, like tours, workshops, and curated moments. As a Disney partner hotel, guests can also benefit from free shuttle bus services and avoid crowds by shopping for Disney merch at the hotel shop Disney Fantasy on the second floor.
5. Mitsui Garden Hotel Prana Tokyo Bay
At just a 15-minute direct bus ride from Tokyo Disney Resort, the Mitsui Garden Hotel Prana Tokyo Bay is a resort hotel that likes to do things a little differently. The family-centric facility was built on the concept of "a resort hotel designed to make you smile". Its bright and airy rooms are designed for families to enjoy together. The layouts of the rooms are all rather unique, with brightly colored furnishings, to more cozy, almost cabin-style interior designs. The on-site restaurant also offers family-friendly buffets to more adult options like teppanyaki to suit diverse tastebuds.
6. Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay
A quick three minutes from Tokyo Disney Resort, Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay is an official Tokyo Disney Resort Partner Hotel that mixes family-friendly fun with a little upmarket style. The hotel offers special perks for those visiting the Disney Resorts, including free shuttle buses and baggage delivery services from the park to the hotel.
One of the key strong points of the Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay is the variety of guest rooms and suites, catering to guests of all types, like couples, friend groups, and families. On the 11th and 12th floors are rooms specifically designed by mothers of young children. It's an ideal hotel for unwinding after a long day exploring the magic of Disney, and when you're ready to explore Tokyo, it's just a 17-minute train to Tokyo Station.
7. Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay
Just 15 minutes by free shuttle bus from Tokyo Disney Resort, Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay is a more casual hotel with all the comforts you'd want without the additional flourishes. Their stylish rooms are both western and Japanese styles, with family options big enough to fit up to six people.
On-site, there's also a 24-hour convenience store, a massage room (bookings required), and a breakfast buffet serving Japanese and international cuisine. One of the highlights of this hotel has to be the "Kids Pleasure Room" which comes complete with toys, a slide, miniature furniture, and child-safe designs throughout.
8. Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay
Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay is a hotel that offers upmarket style and comfort at an affordable and accessible price. With modern and warm interior design, impressive cityscape views, and views of the Maihama Bay area, it sits between the resort-style living and inner-city convenience. The hotel is just 15 minutes by car or taxi to Tokyo Disney Resorts and only 30 minutes by public transport, making it a worthy choice for those wanting to explore the resorts while still staying independent from the facilities.
In terms of dining, the hotel offers a few choices, including The Garden Brasserie & Bar, a European-style all-day dining restaurant; Sushi Ema is an edomae-sushi restaurant, and Teppanyaki Fukitei, a culinary experience to stimulate your senses. For something a little special, head to the Rooftop Bar overlooking Tokyo Bay for a drink and an unforgettable view of the city.
9. Tokyo Bay Tokyu Hotel
Tokyo Bay Tokyu Hotel is a stylish hotel-resort hybrid located just 30 minutes from Tokyo Disney Resort by public transport or just 20 minutes by car. Situated on the tranquil water of Tokyo Bay, it's far enough away from the city's business to feel like a resort but well-connected enough to get you in the center of the action if you so desire.
The hotel features a variety of rooms for travelers of all tastes, including tatami mat twin rooms, a princess-themed room, and an underwater-themed "Submarine" room. Great for families, it's sure to set the scene for a unique family experience that blends luxury, comfort, and fun in equal style.