My 5 yr old daughter and I stayed in a cabin-style room; we're Americans who were visiting from Korea. It's the smallest hotel room we've ever had, but Westerners must remember things in Japan (and other parts of Asia where space comes at a premium) may be small and simply embrace the experience. And when one is away from one's hotel room most of the day, size becomes less of a priority. The room was immaculate, the bathroom was pristine, the shower was great after a long day at the Disney parks, and the quality of our twin beds left us feeling well-rested each morning. The front desk staff, bellhops, and restaurant employees were professional and friendly; some spoke English, and for those who didn't, hand gestures are sufficient. It's easy to catch a free Disney Resort Cruiser bus from the front entrance to the Disney monorail station, which one transfers to (w/cost, unlike US Disney parks) to reach Disneyland, Disney Sea, or Japan Rail (JR) Maihama Station (there are also free buses to Tokyo Station). I primarily booked this hotel because it was the cheapest hotel adjacent to Disney available on Expedia, and its themed rooms looked like fun. I don't regret the decision. We'd stay here again.
Heather from South Korea
This hotel is located in Urayasu (Maihama), close to Tokyo DisneySea®, Disneyland® Tokyo, and Tokyo Sea Life Park. Nearby …More
This is a very nice hotel. We had a mix up with the rooms, which was settled quickly and efficiently and took only minutes. The staff is friendly and speaks English, which I have found in Japan, is not always the case. Bed was a bit lumpy but nor bad. Very close to shopping and train station.
Marina from Anchorage, AK, USA
Situated in Kashiwa, this hotel is in the same region as Mizumoto Park, Nakayama Racecourse, and Chiba Museum of Science and …More
"Well priced and walking distance to the tram to Disneyland/DisneySea"
Great price for staying near Disneyland/DisneySea. The rooms are well kept, service is great, and staff understands English (if not, then they will try hard). Walking distance (~5 min) to the tram station (even for young children) or take the free bus to the tram station. Seems like the locals stay here because it's more cost effective and it's lacks the frills that most Disneyland travellers don't need. Internet access is limited to the lobby, restricted dining hours, etc.; however, these aren't that important for people who spend most of their time in Disneyland from morning to evening.
Kelly from San Francisco, CA
This family-friendly hotel is located in Urayasu (Maihama), close to Tokyo DisneySea®, Disneyland® Tokyo, and Tokyo Sea Life …More
I once stayed here for two nights before and the room is quite comfortable and clean.
I made a reservation for a night's stay but did not make it because my flight was cancelled. When I reached the hotel the next day to pay my cancellation fee, the staffer waived it without any hesitance. They also helped me keep a wifi-router mailed to the front desk until I went there and happily let me take their bus to get back to the airport. Strongly recommend this hotel. If I come to Japan next time, I would definitely still book this one!
Z from TX
Situated near the airport, in Narita, this hotel is close to Naritasan Park and Naritasan Shinshoji Temple.More
This was a very nice hotel in a great part of town. We stayed here on a recent trip to Disney and it was perfect for our needs. It's a quick 2 block walk to the train station, and the hotel offers free transportation to the Disney parks. Their bus ran every 10 minutes, so we never had to wait. The only drawbacks were the room/bed size and the lack of English speaking employees. The rooms/beds weren't bad, but compared to U.S. standards they were a little small. And honestly, it's a hotel in Japan, why should I expect them to speak English? We were able to get our needs met with hand guestures and pointing, so all was good.
Amy from Texas
Situated in the entertainment district, this hotel is close to Disneyland® Tokyo and Tokyo DisneySea®. Area attractions also …More
My husband and I stayed at the Narita U-City for a night for a flight layover. It was close to the airport (30 minutes, but about 40 if there is traffic). It was easy to find, picking up right at bus platform 16 outside of Terminal 1 (33 at Terminal 2). The room was nice, and the location had conveniences like restaurants and mini-marts. There was a great sushi place near the metro station (just under the walkway). We were able to book the free shuttle back to the airport the next day to make our flight.
Manda from Baltimore
Situated in Narita, this hotel is close to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple and Naritasan Park.More
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