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Tokyo Disney Resort, located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, opened April 15, 1983. On September 4, 2001, the resort expanded with Tokyo DisneySea. There are several resort hotels on site, but only three are actually owned by the resort, which boasts the largest parking structure in the world. Tokyo Disney Resort is fully owned and operated by The Oriental Land Company and is licensed by The Walt Disney Company. The resort was built by Walt Disney Imagineering, and Disney maintains a degree of control; Nick Franklin leads the Walt Disney Attractions Japan team at The Walt Disney Company, which communicates with the Oriental Land Company over all aspects of the Resort, and assigns Imagineers to the Resort. Its properties, listed below, are divided into parks, shopping centers, and lodging.
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel
1-9 Maihama, Urayasu, Japan
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel from www.hotelscombined.com
Boasting a Jacuzzi, a spa & wellness centre and an indoor pool, Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel provides themed accommodation in Urayasu and showcases views of Tokyo Bay. The hotel is also ideally situated minutes on foot from Bayside Monorail Station.
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel is a 5-star hotel offering a range of modern luxuries including a kids club, a fitness centre and a kids pool. Family amenities include a playground.
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Urayasu has 802 themed rooms. Each is equipped with wireless internet access, a seating area and a bathtub.
Every morning, travellers are invited to enjoy breakfast at Tokyo Bay's on-site restaurants, then later experience Japanese meals at Asuka or regional cuisines at Maihama. The in-house bar provides a relaxing setting for an evening drink.
Sheraton is within a five-minute walk of Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull. Travellers are able to tour the region with the hotel's rental bicycles.
Hilton Tokyo Bay
1-8 Maihama, Urayasu, Japan
Hilton Tokyo Bay from www.hotelscombined.com
As the official hotel of Tokyo Disney Resort, Hilton Tokyo Bay is adjacent to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, and offers spacious rooms with ocean views. Popular facilities, such as an indoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a Jacuzzi, ensure a satisfying stay in Urayasu.
This modern hotel offers a range of amenities, including a coffee bar, a kids pool and squash courts. Welcoming and professional staff are available 24-hours a day. Additionally, the multilingual staff are available to provide assistance as well as local tips, promising a comfortable stay in Urayasu.
Every modern room at Hilton Tokyo Bay includes a refrigerator and a mini bar, and the bathrooms offer showers and bathrobes. Hot drinks can be brewed in the rooms with the provided tea and coffee supplies.
Each morning, travellers are able to have breakfast at Hilton Tokyo Bay Hotel's on-site eateries, then later sit down to Chinese meals at Dynasty or Mediterranean cuisines at The Square: Accendo. Guests looking to socialise can do so in Silva, situated in-house.
Urayasu's attractions, such as Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull and Pinocchio's Daring Journey, are within easy walking distance of Hilton Tokyo Bay Hotel Urayasu. The hotel also provides parking for guests travelling by car.
Sunroute Plaza Tokyo
1-6 Maihama, Urayasu, Japan
Sunroute Plaza Tokyo from www.hotelscombined.com
The Sunroute Plaza Tokyo is located in Urayasu and offers a free shuttle service.
The Sunroute Plaza features a coffee bar, an executive floor and massage services. It also has meeting rooms, a currency exchange and a 24 hour reception.
Recently refurbished, the Sunroute Plaza Hotel Tokyo Urayasu has 696 comfortably furnished rooms.
The hotel's restaurant serves Californian specialties.
The hotel is surrounded by the area's popular sightseeing attractions, and the Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull and the Pinocchio's Daring Journey are a 20-minute stroll away. Urayasu city centre is within a 10-minute car ride away.
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