"Nice hotel close to Tokyo Disneyland & Disneysea "
I booked this hotel for the 4th of July weekend. The staff was friendly & helpful. We have a 4 yo so the convenience store in the lobby was fabulous and the gift store was perfect for any last minute souvenirs we needed. The hotel is close enough to walk to the park train, but the hotel shuttle is convenient too, especially on rainy days. The view from our room was great. Even though we were facing the parking lot, we could see both the volcano at Disneysea and Cinderella's castle at Disneland. The room had a mini fridge with complimentary drinks that they replenished everyday, along with coffee & tea. All toiletries were provided, so that was also a nice plus. Tickets to the park and for the airport shuttle are all available at the ticket counter. The airport shuttle also drops you off right in front of the hotel.
We weren't too impressed with the indoor pool and the outdoor pool wasn't open when we visited. However the spa/gym facility was excellent. We opted out of the breakfast buffet, but if you decide to get it, I'd book online as it is more expensive at the hotel. Overall we had a great experience and would like to see what the other surrounding hotels have to offer, however we would stay here again. also, the staff seemed to know an array of languages, we speak predominantly English, however we heard the staff speaking English, Chinese & Korean too.
Hotel is perfect if for a visit to Tokyo Disney Resort. The room wase larger than some I have experienced in Tokyo and included a double bed, which has not always been the same for me on solo trips. There is no space to hang clothes, except a side rail with four hangers but this did not bother me. There is space under the bed to store your luggage. The bed was VERY firm, which may bother some people. There is a safe and TV, hairdryer etc. The did not spend a great deal of time in the hotel room as the purpose of my visit was the Disney parks. The hotel is located about 15 minutes walk from Shin-urasayu Station, which is a 20 minutes train jounry from Tokyo Station and a 4 minute journey from Miahama Station (Disney). The hotel includes a free shuttle to Disney - there are 3 of these in the morning calling at Shin-Urasayu Station, Miahama Station, TDL parking lot and TDS parking lot, though if visiting TDL you may as well get off at Miahama. On the way back the bus leaves from back the back of Miahama Station only but also stops off at Mystays in Miahama so get very packed however this is nothing compares to trains at rush hour in Tokyo. The buses are naturally very prompt (this is Japan) and the drivers friendly providing almost constant commentary in the morning run. Having stayed in Tokyo itself on previous visits I found staying this close to TDR a huge advantage and will definately stay here again.
Overall I enjoyed my stay, but it would be a very good investment to have Internet connectivity available in the guestrooms. It's kind of inconvenient to have to rent a portable wifi hotspot device or to go to the lobby just to use the Internet.
The Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay, partner hotel of Tokyo Disney Resort , is located in the Urayasu area, at the border with …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.
"Nice hotel within walking distance to Disneyland"
No problems with my stay at all. The staff was very friendly and everything was kept clean. Within walking distance to both parks, but they also run a shuttle. Easy access to Narita airport from here as well. Would recommend for someone who wants to go to Disneyland.
Urayasu is located in the northwest of Chiba, on the border with Tokyo. The town was once a fishing village, bringing seafood such as seaweed and small clams forth from the water. Urayasu is now most famous for its Tokyo Disney Resort, an amusement draw made up of two theme parks and multiple hotels and shops. Accompanying the park is Tokyo DisneySea, which features a theme of sea romances.
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