"Great location for both Disneyland and Disney Sea."
Very nice hotel and great room for a family of four, two adults, a 6 year old and 2 year old. Facilities very nice and shuttle service to the JR Station very useful.
Two minor issues to note, the ATM is not international and thus when trying to purchase park tickets, they will only accept cash, thus we needed to queue for quite sometime at the park. Also we believed breakfast was included in the price, though this was only for the adults and not for my 6 year old daughter, so we had to pay each day for her, though worth the price to ensure she was full of energy for the days in the parks.
Our room was cleaned extremely well each day and the free soft drinks mini bar was a bonus.
We stayed for 4 nights at this hotel and its just wonderful, its location couldnt be any better, is located right in front of the railway station from the disney line and it takes about 4 to 6 minutes to reach the next stop at the parks...
The hotel is amazing, clean and spacious, we even got an upgrade to Junior Suite, WiFi is not included but the cost is quite cheap per day!... also, they wont tell anything if you take your food with you to the room.. we just love it!...
AAAAAnd.. theres an official Disney Store right there at the lobby!... so if you missed some stuff from the shops at the parks, you can always find more there.
Hotel Okura is one of the Disney official hotels, that means you can take a break from all the 'Disney'.
Rooms were spacious and clean.
Monorail and Hotel bus take you to and from Disney Sea/Disney Land.
Hotel Okura provided an environment that allowed down time from the crowds.
Bernie from NZ
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"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.
The room was spacious. Toilet is separate from bathroom. If you don't feel like eating in any one of their restaurants, there's a small convenience shop at the ground floor close to Reception where you can get light snacks, but I think they're not open 24/7. Or you can go to Ikspiari. They have a variety if restaurants there. There was no internet inside the room though. I didnt ask why since I already have a working pocket wifi, so it wasn't a big issue to me. You can also leave your suitcase with them and go to Disney even before check in time starts.
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.
10 min easy walk from Shin Urayasu station. Staff speak very little, if any English, but try their best to understand and help.
Our room was for 3 adults which consisted of 2 double beds and a sofa bed, which was already made up. We elected not to have our room cleaned for the two days and were given two 500 yen vouchers to use in the hotel. Couldn't control room temp.- set at 25 degrees!
The room was spotless and had a kettle, small fridge, a deep bath with a shower beside it, (what you would call a Japanese style bathroom), heated toilet seat with bidet. Toilet, basin and shower were all separate from each other which was convenient when getting ready. PJs supplied.
A slight downside to the internet access was that you were only permitted 5 lots of one hour in 24 hours. Down in the lobby, you could use the internet freely.
On the first floor, there was a Family Mart which sold sandwiches, sushi and other Japanese food that could be heated up in the microwave on the second floor. Another larger Family Mart was located on the corner opposite the hotel.
A coin operated laundry with 4 washing machines (200 yen) and 4 dryers (100 yen for 30 min dry).
Japanese style spa, which was very popular with guests, for a fee.
Hotel shuttle to Disneyland was great and left every 10 or 20 mins depending on the time of day. Small Disney store in hotel plus Disney tickets maybe purchased at front desk.
Hotel Emion- highly recommended
15min walk to train station and shopping mall. A few restaurants very nearby. One fault with this hotel if that the free wifi is only available in the lobby (1st floor). Other then that it's great value for money. 1 train stop away from Disneyland or 35min walk.
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.
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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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